Let’s take a minute to mock the Romney campaign’s stance on mercury and other toxic power plant emissions.
The complaint, filed by residents of a predominantly African-American community, argues that the landfill is a discriminatory violation of the Civil Rights Act.
The Senate is set to vote on a new regulation from the EPA. What does it all mean? We answer your questions.
The market for coal is drying up nearly as rapidly as the seams in Appalachia.
Over 90 mayors from several dozen states politely ask the EPA to hurry up and get rid of power plant mercury. If only it were so easy.
Utility executives may finally be realizing that coal’s days are numbered, a new survey suggests. Already!
Vintage photos of Pittsburgh, from before it passed a smoke-control ordinance in 1941, are so hazy that some of them look like they’ve been hit with some kind of artsy-grunge Instagram filter.
West Virginia coal activist Maria Gunnoe testified before a congressional committee about her community’s ruined water supplies. Instead of action, her evidence triggered a conversation with the Capitol Police.