Breathe easy and thank Justice Ginsburg.
A giant radioactive plume is headed towards the West Coast.
Totting up the carbon costs of an old ritual
The Elk River branch of the state’s largest water utility, West Virginia American Water, has gained up to 100,000 customers since the mid-2000s, according to the estimate of environmental consultant Rob Goodwin. That’s because mountain top removal and the disposal of coal mining waste (buried underground in a muddy form called slurry) have contaminated local water sources throughout the state’s southern and central regions, driving more and more West Virginians to board up their wells and lay pipe to the Elk River.
Canada is willing to do just about anything if President Obama approves the Keystone XL pipeline.
By Molly Redden
I’m just against the Scott Walker mentality: ‘Our doors [are] open to all business, no matter the cost to the environment.
The rule making process is unwieldy enough, said Heinzerling, and environmental regulations are so behemoth, that someone is bound to challenge the final rule on a technicality.