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Natural Resources Defense Council
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President Obama says he will renew his push to combat climate change, beginning with a speech Tuesday — but he will find his options more limited than during his first term when temperatures appeared to be on the rise, along with momentum for curbing greenhouse gas emissions at home and abroad.
To paraphrase William Shakespeare, there's something rotten in Washington, and the odor is emanating not just from the Internal Revenue Service and the Justice Department.
The article "As overflows continue, D.C. plan for sewage tunnels getting messy" (Web, June 2) misrepresents the views of the Natural Resources Defense Council with regard to D.C. Water's proposal to change its commitment to reduce sewage overflows.
Lawmakers in Illinois could sign off on legalizing fracking as early as this week, but approval of the highly controversial drilling method won't come without a fight.
The Obama administration has heard from plenty of critics over its handling — and endless delays — of the Keystone XL pipeline. But now it's taking fire from its own Environmental Protection Agency, which is blasting the State Department for an "insufficient" review of the massive Canada-to-Texas oil sands project.
Environmental activists can try to prove a chemical found in some soaps is potentially dangerous and the Food and Drug Administration is failing to regulate it, a federal appeals court said Friday.
No basketball coach would direct his players to cover everyone on the opposing team except their leading scorer. That would be a recipe for losing the game, not to mention the coach's job. Yet virtually all supporters of the Keystone XL pipeline from Alberta, Canada's oil sands to refineries in the United States are doing exactly that in their promotion of the project.
The Navy opposes state restrictions on an explosives and sonar training program off the Southern California coast that critics fear will threaten whales and other sea mammals, state regulators were told Friday.
The California Coastal Commission on Friday rejected a Navy explosives and sonar training program off the Southern California coast that critics said could harm endangered blue whales and other sea life.