Energy & Environment
Airplanes are the largest source of emissions not currently regulated by the EPA.
Green Party nominee wants right to debate Clinton in the general election
The Interior Department needs to take numerous steps to improve the way it measures methane...
Forty senators are asking the Obama administration to increase the proposed volume for blending...
The Fish and Wildlife Service is complying with a court order to remove the lesser prairie-chicken...
Automakers are unlikely to hit the 54.5 mile per gallon average fuel efficiency level.
Wine chillers should maintain temperatures that are not as cold as refrigerators, the agency said.
The new rules update 20-year-old standards.
The department needs to do more to crack down on whistleblower retaliation, a report concludes.
Pressure is mounting on the Obama administration to protect endangered red wolves.
The bill contains measures blocking rules on water, power plant emissions and coal mining.
The administration is fighting back against an effort to disrupt drilling lease sales
Canadian regulators are pushing up the deadline for old tank cars to be banned from carrying crude...
California regulations have agreed to develop a regulation limiting the amount of methane that oil...
The bill is headed to the President's desk.
Obama signed a law in June giving EPA broad authority to regulate chemicals.
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) followed the...
North Dakota has experienced a natural gas boom and is now suing over methane standards.
The policy to charge polluters for emitting carbon dioxide will be in place by year's end.
“Stopping the Party of Trump is our No. 1 priority this year,” Tom Steyer said.
Federal regulators are proposing new rules aimed at mitigating the effects of derailments, spills...
Senate Democrats and Republicans have committed to reaching a bipartisan agreement.
Republicans want to roll back EPA regulations on spraying pesticides.
The measure passed over protests from many Democrats.