By Gary D. Robertson | 12/04/13 11:04 AM
DURHAM, N.C. — North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory says the state is poised to carry out a more diverse energy production strategy with the advent of natural gas exploration and more renewable sources thanks to legislation.
12/01/13 12:11 PM
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management is urging Hoosiers to help the environment and the economy by buying Indiana-grown Christmas trees this year instead of artificial ones.
By Thomas Beaumont | 11/25/13 08:28 AM
ALTOONA, Iowa — For decades, presidential candidates' chances in Iowa were wounded if not doomed unless they backed federal support for ethanol, a boon to the state's corn-growing economy.
11/20/13 04:26 PM
The Environmental Protection Agency issued draft guidelines Wednesday in support of the federal government’s effort to go green with its purchasing policies. The initiative, dating back to 2011, is meant to guide buying decisions at federal agencies, which must ensure that 95 percent of...
By Zack Colman | 11/13/13 02:10 PM
The nation's nuclear regulator is scheduled to discuss a proposed rule Thursday that underscores the complexity and stalemate surrounding the long-simmering debate about how to store the nation's nuclear waste.
By Dina Cappiello | 11/12/13 08:22 AM
CORYDON, Iowa — The hills of southern Iowa bear the scars of America's push for green energy: The brown gashes where rain has washed away the soil. The polluted streams that dump fertilizer into the water supply.
By Ramit Plushnick-Masti | 11/11/13 10:43 AM
MIDLAND, Texas — When the rain stopped falling in Texas, the prairie grass yellowed, the soil cracked and oil drillers were confronted with a crisis. After years of easy access to cheap, plentiful water, the land they prized for its vast petroleum wealth was starting to dry up.
By Associated Press | 11/08/13 10:54 AM
West Virginia is speaking out against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's new rule on cross-state air pollution.
By Mari Yamaguchi | 11/01/13 09:53 AM
TOKYO — The utility operating Japan's crippled nuclear power plant said Friday that it would work with the U.S. Department of Energy in the decommissioning of the site and in dealing with contaminated water problems.
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