Tiny Bacteria Will Battle Big Pollution Plume In Central Casper
Dehalococcoides breaks down the carcinogenic PCE to harmless chemicals
EPA: Hydraulic Fracturing May Pose Risk To Drinking Water
Gaps in the data limited the EPA’s ability to fully assess the potential impacts or their severity on drinking water resources locally and nationally.
Wars Of Words On Coal, Climate; Industry, Environmentalists Comment On Leasing Moratorium
Tuesday marked the first of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management's series of public comment sessions known as scoping meetings. A report on the comments will be published later this year.
US Enters Settlement Talks Over Coal Mines in West
The judges' rulings give the U.S. Justice Department until April 1 to negotiate with New Mexico-based environmental group WildEarth Guardians.