Think low oil prices are here to stay? Think again.
Energy & Environment
Water heating is the second largest household energy expense behind heating and accounts for about 18 percent of a typical home’s energy consumption.
it’s important for both regulators and companies to have clear guidelines and expectations for how to handle their waste byproducts and the penalties for any accidents that might occur.
EPA’s proposal would afford maximum flexibility to the states in meeting their share of emissions reductions.
Higher electricity bills hurt poor and low-income families the most.
In the lower 48 states, there has never been a single recorded human death from a wolf attack.
The same week that brought news of SolarCity’s symbolic move also brought news of its mounting losses.
You don’t want California’s ridiculous chemical labeling law wrecking your state’s economy.
The Lautenberg Act may finally provide the mandate EPA needs to protect public health.
Today, the U.S. has essentially eliminated overfishing.