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April 17th, 2009

By germanifa01 - April 17th, 2009, 16:12, Category: General



TopNews United States

Polluti! on estimates for refineries, plants revisited
Houston Chronicle, United States
“It will show the truth,” said Elena Marks, director of health and environmental policy for White. For years, the EPA's emissions estimates have assumed that equipment is operating as designed under normal conditions. Until a recent, unrelated US Court ...
Climate endangerment finding clears White House review New York Times
EPA Nears ‘Endangerment Finding’ on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Environmental Leader
$236M in stimulus funds to MI for water projects Water Technology Online
Oil & Gas Journal - Wall Street Journal
all 87 news articles
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Renewable Ene! rgy's Environmental Paradox
Washington Post, United States

Renewable-energy development, which the Obama administration has made a priority, is posing conflicts between economic interests and environmental concerns, not entirely unlike the way offshore oil and gas development pits economics against environment ...
Read More....


Boston Globe

US aids Superfund cleanups in region
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
Eight Superfund sites in New Jersey and two in Pennsylvania will receive as much as $170 million in funding to advance or complete their cleanups, the Environm! ental Protection Agency announced yesterday. The money is ! part of $600 million in federal ...
2 Wash. Superfund sites get stimulus money Seattle Times
Up to $15M in stimulus funds for two LI Superfund sites Newsday
Stimulus money trickling into state Deseret News
Bizjournals.com - Pensacola News Journal
all 355 news articles
Read More....


KFBB NewsChannel 5

Gov.! wants changes to environmental permit bill
Billings Gazette,  USA
By AP HELENA - Gov. Brian Schweitzer is offering a slew of amendments to a bill that aims to speed the permitting process for development projects. The governor vetoed the version of House Bill 483 that has cleared the Legislature, instead offering ...
Gov. wants changes to environmental permit bill | KXNet.com North ... KXMC
Senate ! rejects gov's horse amendments KPAX-TV
Governor Schweitzer to Weigh in Soon on HB 483 Controversy Public News Service
TheHorse.com
all 56 news articles
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EPA recognizes 3 in NV for environmental efforts
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
A Pyramid Lake Tribe water resource expert has been recognized by the US Environmental Protection Agency for his work in trying to protect the environment. Daniel Mosley has been working to improve water quality and habitat on the Pyramid Lake Paiute ...
EPA honors Pyramid Lake tribal worker for environmental work Reno Gazette Journal
all 17 news articles
Read More....


General Environmental Management Inc. cuts losses
Bizjournals.com, NC
General Environmental Management Inc., which owns a 4.5-acre hazardous waste transfer site in Rancho Cordova, has defaulted on one of its loan covenants and is seeking a waiver from its lender. The Pomona-based company (OTCBB: GEVI) said it continues ...
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stv.tv

EPA to Propose Regulating Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Washington Post, United States
By Juliet Eilperin The Environmental Protection Agency today plans to propose regulating greenhouse gas emissions on the grounds that these pollutants pose a danger! to the public's health and welfare, according to several sources who asked not to be ...
EPA poised to declare dangers of greenhouse gas Reuters
EPA to review system gauging air emissions USA Today
A promise that env! ironment al advocacy is back at the EPA Politics In Color
msnbc.com - Norfolk.VA.MyCityTalk.com
all 109 news articles
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Environmental-crime suspect who fled is indicted
MiamiHerald.com, FL
Officials in Miami have indicted a man once considered one of the country's most wanted environmental crime fugitives. According to a news release, Larkin Baggett was charged with assaulting law enforcement officers and illegally possessing eight ...
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New York Times

Government Fuel Goals Will Require Higher Ethanol Blends, Study ...
New York Times, United States
Currently many stations around the country provide a 10 percent ethanol blend, but the industry is pushing the Environmental Protection Agency to lift that “blend wall” by a few percentage points. Moving ethanol long distances is also a challenge. ...
Report suggests ending biofuel subsidies Bemidji Pioneer!
Audit Recommends Ending Ethanol Subsidies in Minn. KSFY
all 42 news articles
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Former Grace Environmental Engineer Testifies
Mesothelioma & Asbestos Awareness Center, NY
A former environmental engineer for WR Grace & Co. testified on Monday that he collected asbestos-tainted air samples at the high school track in Libby, Montana. The former engineer, Randy Geiger, collected the data by running laps at the track while ...
WR Grace jurors hear from sickened businessman Bellingham Herald
Government curtails witness list in Grace trial The Missoulian
all 15 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 17th, 2009, 15:12, Category: General



Environmental-crime suspect who fled is indicted
MiamiHerald.com, FL
Officials in Miami have indicted a man once considered one of the country's most wanted environmental crime fugitives. According to a news release, Larkin Baggett was charged with assaulting law enforcement officers and illegally possessing eight ...
Read More....


Renewable Energy's Environmental Paradox
Washington Post, United States
Renewable-energy development, which the Obama administration has made a priority, is posing conflicts between economic interests and environmental concerns, not entirely unlike the way offshore oil and gas development pits economics agains! t environment ...
! Read More....


Book Industry Environmental Council's Goal: Reduce Emissions by 20%
Publishers Weekly, NY
By Lynn Andriani -- Publishers Weekly, 4/16/2009 2:02:00 PM The Book Industry Environmental Council announced aggressive goals to reduce greenho! use gas emissions at a web conference Thursday afternoon. The council's target: to reduce the US book ...
Read More....


Environmental Leader
!

EPA to review system gauging air emissions
USA Today
By Blake Morrison and Brad Heath, USA TODAY In a move that could signal a fundamental shift in how industrial pollution is regulated, the US Environmental Protection Agency has pledged to reconsider how it estimates the amount of toxic chemicals that ...
EPA Moves Toward Testi! ng of Potentially Dangerous Pesticides Kitsap Sun
Enforcement just part of EPA mission Capital Press (subscription)
SC gets federal funds for pollution control The State
OMB Wa! tch - SmartBrief
all 38 news articles
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Boston Globe

US aids Superfund cleanups in region
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
Eight Superfund sites in New Jersey and two ! in Pennsylvania will receive as much as $170 million in fundin! g to adv ance or complete their cleanups, the Environmental Protection Agency announced yesterday. The money is part of $600 million in federal ...
2 Wash. Superfund sites get stimulus money Seattle Times
Up to $15M in stimulus funds for two LI Superfund sites Newsday
Stimulus money trickling into state Deseret News
Bizjournals.com - Pensacola News Journal
all 355 news articles

Ohio Farm Bureau (press release)

EPA to review Bush-era rule for Ala. soot emissions
New York Times, United States
The Bush administration's EPA revised the rule in October, a move that riled environmental groups claiming that the revision allowed industrial polluters to spew more soot into the air. Groups including the Alabama Environmental Council, ...
Pollution estimates for refineries, plants revisited Houston Chronicle
Ohio receives economic recovery funding from USEPA to reduce ... Ohio Farm Bureau (press release)
EPA edges closer to carbon endangerment finding Business Green
Environmental Leader - Water Technology Online
all 100 news articles
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KFBB NewsChannel 5

Gov. wants changes to environmental permit bill
Billings Gazette,  USA
By AP HELENA - Gov. Brian Schweitzer is offering a slew of amendments to a bill that aims to speed the permitting process for development projects. The governor vetoed the version of House Bill 483 that has cleared the Legislature, instead offering ...
Gov. wants changes to environmental permit bill | KXNet.com North ... KXMC
Senate rejects gov's horse amendments KPAX-TV
Governor Schweitzer to Weigh in Soon on HB 483 Controversy Public N! ews Service
TheHorse.com
all 53 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 17th, 2009, 14:13, Category: General



Environmental Leader

EPA to review system gauging air emissions
USA Today
By Blake Morrison and Brad Heath, USA TODAY In a move that could signal a fundamental shift in how industrial pollution is regulated, the US Environmental Protection Agency has pledged to reconsider how it estimates the amount of toxic chemicals that ...
EPA Moves Toward Testing of Potentially Dangerous Pesticides Kitsap Sun
Enforcement just part of EPA mission Capital Press (subscription)
SC gets federal funds for pollution control The State
OMB Watch - SmartBrief
all 38 news articles
Read More....


EPA recognizes 3 in NV for environmental efforts
San Jose Mercur! y News,  USA
A Pyramid Lak! e Tribe water resource expert has been recognized by the US Environmental Protection Agency for his work in trying to protect the environment. Daniel Mosley has been working to improve water quality and habitat on the Pyramid Lake Paiute ...
EPA honors Pyramid Lake tribal worker for environmental work Reno Gazette Journal
all 17 news articles
Read More....


General Environmental Management Inc. cuts losses
Bizjournals.com, NC
General Environmental Management Inc., which owns a 4.5-acre hazardous waste transfer site in Rancho Cordova, has defaulted on one of its loan covenants and is seeking a waiver from its lender. The Pomona-based company (OTCBB: GEVI) said it continues ...
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By germanifa01 - April 17th, 2009, 13:14, Category: General



Book Industry Environmental Council's Goal: Reduce Emissions by 20%
Publishers Weekly, NY
By Lynn Andriani -- Publishers Weekly, 4/16/2009 2:02:00 PM The Book Industry Environmental Council announced aggressive goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at a web conference Thursday afternoon. The council's target: to reduce the US book ...
Read More....


TopNews United States

Pollution estimates for refineries, plants revisited
Houston Chronicle, United States
“It will show the truth,” said Elena Marks, director of health and environmental policy for White. For years, the EPA's emissions estimates have assumed that equipment is operating as designed under normal conditions. Until a recent, unrelated US Court ...
Climate endangerment finding clears White House review New York Times
EPA Nears ‘Endangerment Finding’ on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Environmental Leader
$236M in stimulus funds to MI for water projects Water Technology Online
Oil & Gas Jour! nal - Wall Street Journal
all 87 news articles
Read More....


Boston Globe

US aids Superfund cleanups in region
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
Eight Superfund sites in New Jersey and two in Pennsylvania will receive as much as $170 million in funding to advance or complete their cleanups, the Environmental Protection Agency announced yeste! rday. The money is part of $600 million in federal ...2 Wash. Superfund sites get stimulus money Seattle Times
Up to $15M in stimulus funds for two LI Superfund sites Newsday
Stimulus money trickling into state Deseret News
Bizjournals.com - Pensacola News Journal
all 355 news articles
Read More....

Renewable Energy's Environmental Paradox
Washington Post, United States
Renewable-energy development, which the Obama administration has made a priority, is posing conflicts between economic interests and environmental concerns, not entirely unlike the way offshore oil and gas development pits economics against environment ...
Read More....


EPA recognizes 3 in NV for environmental efforts
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
A Pyramid Lake Tribe water resource expert has been recognized by the US Environmental Protection Agency for his work in trying to protect the environment. Daniel Mosley has been working to improve water quality and habitat! on the Pyramid Lake Paiute ...
EPA honors Pyramid Lake tribal worker for environmental work Reno Gazette Journal
all 17 news articles
Read More....


Environmental-crime suspect who fled is indicted
MiamiHerald.com, FL
Officials in Miami have indicted a man once considered one of the country's most wanted environmental crime fugitives. According to a news release, Larkin Baggett was charged with assaulting law enforcement officers and illegally possessing eight ...
Read More....


General Environmental Management Inc. cuts losses
Bizjournals.com, NC
General Environmental Management Inc., which owns a 4.5-acre hazardous waste transfer site in Rancho Cordova, has defaulted on one of its loan covenants and is seeking a waiver from its lender. The Pomona-based company (OTCBB: GEVI) said it continues ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 17th, 2009, 9:12, Category: General



US aids Superfund cleanups in region
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
Eight Superfund sites in New Jersey and two in Pennsylvania will receive as much as $170 million in funding to advance or complete their cleanups, the Environmental Protection Agency announced yesterday. The money is part of $600 million in federal ...
2 Wash. Superfund sites get stimulus money Seattle Times
Up to $15M in stimulus funds for two LI Superfund sites Newsday
Stimulus money trickling into state Des! eret News
Bizjournals.com - Pensacola News Journal
all 351 news articles
Read More....


General Environmental Management Inc. cuts losses
Bizjournals.com, NC
General Environmental Management Inc., which owns a 4.5-acre hazardous waste transfer site in Rancho Cordova, has defaulted on one of its loan covenants and is seeking a waiver from its lender. The Pomona-based company (OTCBB: GEVI) said it continues ...
Read M! ore....


TopNews United States

Pollution estimates for refineries, plants revisited
Houston Chronicle, United States

“It will show the truth,” said Elena Marks, director of health and environmental policy for White. For years, the EPA's emissions estimates have assumed that equipment is operating as designed under normal conditions. Until a recent, unrelated US Court ...
Climate endangerment finding clears White House review New York Times
EPA Nears ‘Endangerment Finding’ on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Environmental Leader
$236M in stimulus funds to MI for water projects Water Technology Online
Oil & Gas Journal - GreenerDesign.com
all 87 news articles
Read More....


Boston Globe

Department of Environmental Protection Checks Out Newton South Fields
Boston Globe, United States
Mike Abell of the Department of Environmental Protection checks out the plans for the Newton South playing fields. By Ben Terris The Department of Environmental Protection visited the athletic fields at Newton South Thursday to determine whether plans ...
Read More....


Renewable Energy's Environmental Paradox
Washington Post, United States
Renewable-energy development, which the Obama administration has made a priority, is posing conflicts between economic interests and environmental concerns, not entirely unlike the way offshore oil and gas development pits economics against environment ...
Read More....


Environmental Leader

EPA to review system gauging air emissions
USA Today
By Blake Morrison and Brad Heath, USA TODAY In a move that could signal a fundamental shift in how industrial pollution is regulated, the US Environmental Protection Agency has pledged to reconsider how it estimates the amount of toxic chemicals that ...
Pesticides: Striking the right balance? Norfolk.VA.MyCityTal! k.com
EPA Moves Toward Testing of Potentially Dangerous Pesticides Kitsap Sun
Enforcement just part of EPA mission Capital Press (subscription)
CattleNetwork.co! m - The State
all 40 news articles
Read More....


Environmental-crime suspect who fled is indicted
MiamiHerald.com, FL
Officials in Miami have indicted a man once considered one of the country's most wanted environmental crime fugitives. According to a news release, Larkin Baggett was charged with assaulting law enforcement officers and illegally possessing eight ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 17th, 2009, 8:12, Category: General



US aids Superfund cleanups in region
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
Eight Superfund sites in New Jersey and two in Pennsylvania will receive as much as $170 million in funding to advance or complete their cleanups, the Environmental Protection Agency announced yesterday. The money is part of $600 million in federal ...
2 Wash. Superfund sites get stimulus money Seattle Times
Up to $15M in stimulus funds for two LI Superfund sites Newsday
Stimulus money trickling into state Des! eret News
Bizjournals.com - Pensacola News Journal
all 351 news articles
Read More....


Environmental Leader

EPA to review system gauging air emissio! ns
USA Today
By Blake Morrison and Brad Heath, USA TODAY In a move that could signal a fundamental shift in how industrial pollution is regulated, the US Environmental Protection Agency has pledged to reconsider how it estimates the amount of toxic chemicals that ...
Pesticides: Striking the right balance? Norfolk.VA.MyCityTalk.com
EPA Moves Toward Testing of Potentially Dangerous Pesticides ! Kitsap Sun
Enforcement just part of EPA mission Capital Press (subscription)
CattleNetwork.com - The State
all 39 news articles
Read More....


KFBB NewsChannel 5

!
Gov. wants changes to environmental permit bill
Billings Gazette,  USA
By AP HELENA - Gov. Brian Schweitzer is offering a slew of amendments to a bill that aims to speed the permitting process for development projects. The governor vetoed the version of House Bill 483 that has cleared the Legislature, instead offering ...
Gov. wants changes to environmental permit bill | KXNet.com North ... KX! MC
Governor Schweitzer to Weigh in Soon on HB 483 Controversy Public News Service
Slaughter Bills Before Montana, North Dakota Governors TheHorse.com
Great Falls Tribune - The Missoulian
all 48 news articles
Read More....


Book I ndustry Environmental Council's Goal: Reduce Emissions by 20%
Publishers Weekly, NY
By Lynn Andriani -- Publishers Weekly, 4/16/2009 2:02:00 PM The Book Industry Environmental Council announced aggressive goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at a web conference Thursday afternoon. The council's target: to reduce the US book ...
Read More....

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By germanifa01 - April 17th, 2009, 4:12, Category: General



TopNews United States

Pollution estimates for refineries, plants revisited
Houston Chronicle, United States
“It will show the truth,” said Elena Marks, director of health and environmental policy for White. For years, the EPA's emissions estimates have assumed that e! quipment is operating as designed under normal conditions. Unt! il a rec ent, unrelated US Court ...
Climate endangerment finding clears White House review New York Times
EPA Nears ‘Endangerment Finding’ on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Environmental Leader
$236M in stimulus funds to MI for water projects Water Technology Online
Oil & Gas Journal - GreenerDesign.com
all 87 news articles

TopNews United States

Polluti! on estimates for refineries, plants revisited
Houston Chronicle, United States
“It will show the truth,” said Elena Marks, director of health and environmental policy for White. For years, the EPA's emissions estimates have assumed that equipment is operating as designed under normal conditions. Until a recent, unrelated US Court ...
Climate endangerment finding clears White House review New York Times
EPA Nears ‘Endangerment Finding’ on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Environmental Leader
$236M in stimulus funds to MI for water projects Water Technology Online
Oil & Gas Journal - GreenerDesign.com
all 87 news articles
Read More....


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Boston Globe

Department of Environmental Protec tion Checks Out Newton South Fields
Boston Globe, United States
Mike Abell of the Department of Environmental Protection checks out the plans for the Newton South playing fields. By Ben Terris The Department of Environmental Protection visited the athletic fields at Newton South Thursday to determine whether plans ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 17th, 2009, 3:12, Category: General



Book Industry Environmental Council's Goal: Reduce Emissions by 20%
Publishers Weekly, NY
By Lynn Andriani -- Publishers Weekly, 4/16/2009 2:02:00 PM The Book Industry Environmental Council announced aggressive goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at a web conference Thursday afternoon. The council's target: to reduce the US book ...
Read More....


Boston Globe

US aids Superfund cleanups in region
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
Eight Superfund sites in New Jersey and two in Pennsylvania will receive as much as $170 million in funding to advance or complete their cleanups, the Environmental Protection Agency announced yesterday. The money is part of $600 million in federal ...
2 Wash. Superfund sites get stimulus money Seattle Times
Up to $15M in stimulus funds for two LI Superfund sites Newsday
Stimulus money trickling into state Deseret News
Bizjournals.com - Pensacola News Journal
all 351 news articles
Read More....


Renewable Energy's Environmental Paradox
Washington Post, United States
Renewable-energy development, which the Obama administration has made a priority, is posing conflicts between economic interests and environmental concerns, not entirely unlike the way offshore oil and gas development pits economics against environment ...
Read More....


EPA recognizes 3 in NV for environmental efforts
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
A Pyramid Lake Tribe water resource expert has been recognized by the US Environmental Protection Agency for his work in trying to protect the environment. Daniel Mosley has been working to improve water quality and habitat on the Pyramid Lake Paiute ...
EPA honors Pyramid Lake tribal worker for environmental work Reno Gazette Journal
all 15 news articles
Read More....


TopNews United States

Pollution estimates for refineries, plants revisited
Houston Chronicle, United States
“It will show the truth,” said Elena Marks, director of health and environmental policy for White. For years, the EPA's emissions estimates have assumed that equipment is operating as designed under normal conditions. Until a recent, unrelated US Court ...
Climate endangerment finding clears White House review New York Times
EPA Nears ‘Endangerment Finding’ on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Environmental Leader
$236M in stimulus funds to MI for water projects Water Technology Online
Oil & Gas Journal - GreenerDesign.com
all 87 news articles
Read More....


U.S.-Mexico fence building continues despite Obama's promise to ...
New York Times, United States
While President Obama voted for the 2005 Secure Fence Act as an Illinois senator, he pledged on the campaign trail last year to review the Bush administration's fortification efforts, in part due to concerns about environmental impacts. ...
Read More....


KFBB NewsChannel 5

Gov. wants changes to environmental permit bill
Billings Gazette,  USA
By AP HELENA - Gov. Brian S! chweitzer is offering a slew of amendments to a bill that aims to speed the permitting process for development projects. The governor vetoed the version of House Bill 483 that has cleared the Legislature, instead offering ...
Gov. wants changes to environmental permit bill | KXNet.com North ... KXMC
Senate rejects gov's horse amendments KPAX-TV
Governor Schweitzer to Weigh in Soon on HB 483 Controversy Public News Service
TheHorse.com - Great Falls Tribune
all 43 news articles
Read More....


Boston Globe

Department of Environmental Protection Checks Out Newton South Fields
Boston Globe, United States
Mike Abell of the Department of Environmental Protection checks out the plans for the Newton South playing fields. By Ben Terris The Department of Environmental Protection visited the athletic fields at Newton South Thursday to determine whether plans ...
Read More....


General Environmental Management Inc. cuts losses
Bizjournals.com, NC
General Environmental Management Inc., which owns a 4.5-acre hazardous waste transfer site in Rancho Cordova, has defaulted on one of its loan covenants and is seeking a waiver from its lender. The Pomona-based company (OTCBB: GEVI) said it continues ...
Read More....


Free Environmental Expo Touts 'Going Green'
Washington Post, United States
Jolene Ivey (D-Prince George's) and Victor Ramirez (D-Prince George's) will host an Environmental Expo from 3 to 6 pm Saturday. The event will highlight practical and inexpensive tips that residents can use to save money while being environmentally ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 17th, 2009, 0:12, Category: General



Book Industry Environmental Council's Goal: Reduce Emissions by 20%
Publishers Weekly, NY
By Lynn Andriani -- Publishers Weekly, 4/16/2009 2:02:00 PM The Book Industry Environmental Council announced aggressive goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at a web conference Thursday afternoon. The council's target: to reduce the US book ...
Read More....


Boston Globe

US aids Superfund cleanups in region
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
Eight Superfund sites in New Jersey and two in Pennsylvania will receive as much as $170 million in funding to advance or complete their cleanups, the Environmental Protection Agency announced yesterday. The money is part of $600 million in federal ...
2 Wash. Superfund sites get stimulus money Seattle Times
Up to $15M in stimulus funds for two LI Superfund sites Newsday
Stimulus money trickling into state Deseret News
Bizjournals.com - Pensacola News Journal
all 356 news articles
Read More....


Pollution estimates for refineries, plants revisited
Houston Chronicle, United States
“It will show the truth,” said Elena Marks, director of health and environmental policy for White. For years, the EPA's emissions estimates have assumed that equipment is operating as designed under normal conditions. Until a recent, unrelated US Court ...
Climate endangerment finding clears White House review New York Times
EPA Nears ‘Endangerment Finding’ on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Environmental Leader
$236M in stimulus funds to MI for water projects Water Technology Online
Oil & Gas Journal - Tapped
all 87 news articles
Read More....


Free Environmental Expo ! Touts &# 39;Going Green'
Washington Post, United States
Jolene Ivey (D-Prince George's) and Victor Ramirez (D-Prince George's) will host an Environmental Expo from 3 to 6 pm Saturday. The event will highlight practical and inexpensive tips that residents can use to save money while being environmentally ...
Read More....


Boston Globe

Department of Environmental Protection Checks Out Newton South Fields
Boston Globe, United States
Mike Abell of the Department of Environmental Protection checks out the plans for the Newton South playing fields. By Ben Terris The Department of Environmental Protectio! n visited the athletic fields at Newton South Thursday to dete! rmine wh ether plans ...
Read More....