With the Trump EPA’s Blessings, Missouri Waters Down Obama-Era Quality Requirements for the State’s Lakes
Administration Shuts Down ‘ToxMap’ That Shows Locations of Dangerous Chemicals
Agency Claims Environmental Impact on Alaska’s Giant Tongass Forest Will Be Temporary, Reversible
Conflicts of Interest Abound Among Members of the Advisory Board for the Controversial Bears Ears Monument
The Fort Detrick Laboratory Experiments with Ebola, Plague and Other Deadly Toxins; Anthrax Connection By Sarah Okeson Research at a secretive Army germ warfare lab about 50 miles from Washington, D.C. that works with tularemia, which spreads more easily than anthrax, has been partially restarted after a federal inspection found two failures in containing unnamed…
The Senate’s Most Famous Anti-Environmentalist Doesn’t Want His Vacation Home Left High and Dry
Forty-Seven U.S. Refineries, Many in Urban Areas, Use Deadly Hydrofluoric Acid. An Accidental Release Could Kill Thousands.
With FERC’s Support, Nation’s Largest Electricity Auction Seeks to Sabotage States that Want Clean Solar and Wind Power