The political fallout continues from the Dan River coal-ash disaster in North Carolina.
The new bill proposes one of the strictest pro-fracking rules to date.
House Republicans are preparing a bill they say will strengthen the authority of the EPA. Spoiler alert: It won’t.
Under its Republican governor, cozy North Carolina regulators shielded the utility from environmental complaints.
Energy giants have lobbied police to treat environmental activists like potential terrorists. Looks like it’s working.
There isn’t much good news to report about the environment these days. But here are a few developments for which we can give thanks.
The growing fracking industry is “yielding gushers” of campaign donations for congressional candidates, according to a new report.
A year after Hurricane Sandy left a $65 billion price tag in its wake, we haven’t done much to avoid the next weather disaster.