Thirty-nine years ago, Congress signed into law a historic piece of legislation that would, for more than three decades, turn the tide of our polluted waterways and hold bid polluters accountable for their actions.
After the Fukushima nuclear accident, Canadian health officials assured a nervous public that virtually no radioactive fallout had drifted to Canada.
Stories about overreach from Washington, D.C. abound, but just when you think you've heard them all comes yet another that makes you shake your head in disbelief and wonder just whom is supposed to be working for whom in this grand old Republic of ours.
We might as well get used to it; we are now living in a year of prophecy—that is, if you are attuned to such things.
4 weeks before the BP blowout, Obama builds an alibi ---"I am opening offshore drilling in all the Coastal U.S." Goldman Sachs dumps nearly all of its stock (40%+) in BP, a profitable winner. Days before, they dump the rest.
To a list that includes extreme weather patterns and disappearing polar bears, you can add another dispiriting effect of climate change: too many males.
Since Rebecca Hosking reported the plastic pollution in the Pacific, levies and bans on single-use bags have spread
Even warmists are lamenting that Climate 2.o may be 'devastating': 'These [emails] sound worse than I thought at first – their impact will be devastating'
When first introduced to the notion of modifying food by inserting foreign genetic material, I inclined in favor of it.
Natural gas companies that use hydraulic fracturing disclose the risks, such as leaks, spills and explosions, to shareholders, but property owners aren't privy, according to a report by the Environmental Working Group.