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Daily American Staff Writer, @daalyssacMEYERSDALE — Sewer overflows into Flaugherty Creek continue as the Meyersdale Municipal Authority waits on the borough council to decide its fate. Council members voted to dissolve the authority in August after giving the authority the sewer system...
SACRAMENTO -- Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday announced details of his planned trip to China, where he's to spend next week promoting environmental protection, opening a new state trade office and looking for Chinese investments in California companies....
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency has issued new requirements for cleansing ballast water dumped from ships, which scientists believe has provided a pathway to U.S. waters for invasive species that damage ecosystems and...
A controversial housing project has received final approval from a divided St. Charles City Council, but there's no word when the development will be completed. Lexington Club's 102 town homes and 28 single-family homes will be built on the old...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterCALEXICO — Rather than rush home straight after school on a Wednesday, six students made their way to the garden they help grow with Calexico High’s Eco-Garden Club. For the past year and a half, students have been learning how to build...
Updated 2:00 p.m. WEST, Texas (AP) — The bodies of 12 people have been recovered from the remnants of a tiny Texas farm town that was rocked by a roaring explosion at a fertilizer plant, authorities said Friday, confirming for the first time the...
This post has been updated. See note below.The West, Texas, fertilizer plant that exploded Wednesday was fined $2,300 in 2006 by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for not having a risk management program in place, records show. West Fertilizer Co. settled with the environmental agency in...
Tags: Fertilizer, Explosions, Insurance, Punishment, Fines
WASHINGTON -- A dozen states and cities and three major environmental groups have notified the Environmental Protection Agency that they plan to sue the regulator unless it issues final rules limiting greenhouse gas emissions from new power plants. On...
Azzam Alwash, an Iraqi immigrant and former Fullerton resident who returned to Iraq in 2003 to lead a marshlands restoration project, has received the Goldman Environmental Prize, a $150,000 prize awarded to six environmentalists annually. Alwash led...
Tags: Ecosystems, Iraq, Everglades, Environmental Issues, Wetlands
As we approach the 43rd annual Earth Day, the celebration of our many gains is tempered by our recognition of their fragility. On the first Earth Day, April 22, 1970, thousands of people came together to protest the degradation of our environment....
On Thursday, the U.S. Senate will hold a confirmation hearing on Gina McCarthy, President Barack Obama's nominee to lead the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Over her decades of public service, Ms. McCarthy has demonstrated a strong commitment to...
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