As House committees complete their work this week on the $3.5 trillion reconciliation package, environmentalists are already preparing themselves for the likelihood that many of their hard-fought climate victories won’t withstand negotiations with the Senate.
At least nine U.S. military sites along the Chesapeake Bay are leaking contaminated fluids known as "forever chemicals" into the estuary, according to a new report from the Environmental Working Group published on Aug. 11.
Just 25 cities globally are responsible for 52 percent of urban greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new study that highlights the role that cities must play in reaching the goals of the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement.
The state's proposed plan to address toxic, man-made "forever chemicals" found in the groundwater surrounding Minnesota's closed landfills could lead to further investigations in the area where Burnsville and Savage's drinking water is drawn.
EPA Administrator Michael Regan will dismiss outside experts appointed by President Trump from two key advisory panels, a move he says will reduce the heavy influence of industry over the agency’s environmental regulations.