The country is cracking down on polluters whose activities harm or kill others, and it's willing to impose the harshest possible penalty.
An estimated 25,000 bumblebees were killed in a Target parking lot after landscapers sprayed blooming trees with insecticide. Happy Pollinator Week!
As soon as next week, the president is expected to unveil new initiatives to tackle climate change -- including long-awaited rules on power plants.
The city aims to cut net greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050. But energy-sucking indoor marijuana operations could throw the effort off course.
The Army Corps of Engineers says it won't review the climate-changing impacts of plans to export coal from Northwest ports, a blow to enviros and many political leaders in the region.
Climate change "is the global threat of our time," Obama said in a big speech at the Brandenburg Gate. Fitting, as the weather in Berlin was an unseasonably hot 92 degrees.
Heavy farm runoff and heavy rainfall could lead to a New Jersey-sized dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico this year. The news for Chesapeake Bay is more upbeat.
China took its first step toward a national carbon-trading system on Tuesday, launching a pilot project in the city of Shenzhen.
TransCanada plans to stick with older spill-detection systems on the pipeline, ignoring EPA's recommendation that it upgrade to more advanced equipment.