After they tore down river wetlands, can the Army Corps be trusted to rebuild?
Former mine superintendent Gary May told a worker to deactivate an alarm shortly before the blast.
The world's most widely used insecticide is unacceptable for use around bees, says a new report from Europe's food safety agency.
A unanimous town board vote means that the namesake for the shale formation will never allow it to be fracked.
Petroleum coke, a byproduct of the tar-sands process, is worse for the climate than coal, says a report that's not likely to change anyone's mind.
We suspect that this factoid won't make it into tourism brochures.
Many of the nation's levees are in bad shape, says the Army Corps of Engineers. But Republicans don't like to fund disaster prevention.
Inslee's first act as governor was to write the head of a clean energy company and invite that company to move to Washington state.
The EPA had been investigating a case of water contamination that might have come from fracking -- until the fracking company complained.
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