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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
State and federal environmental officials in New York are changing the way they prepare for oil spills.
Getting grass to grow on the city's biggest environmental cleanup site has been a struggle.
Working on a tip from the Seattle Fire Department, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is clearing more than 1,000 containers full of what it describes as commercial grade chemicals from a house in the city's Green Lake neighborhood.
A major shareholder of a company behind a contentious Alaska mine project on Monday announced it was giving its shares away to two Alaska charitable organizations, at least one of which belongs to a larger group that has come out publicly against the project.
A co-owner of a New Jersey company supplying industrial pipes, valves and fittings has admitted to lying to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency officials during a debarment hearing.
In a story April 1 about a plan to store carbon dioxide underground in Illinois, The Associated Press reported erroneously the last date that the public may comment. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's public comment period ends on May 15, not May 7.
Vermont officials posted online a hefty plan Tuesday to reduce pollution in Lake Champlain from stormwater runoff, and now await word on whether it goes far enough in addressing federal concerns.
Vermont officials will be sending off a plan to reduce storm-water runoff into Lake Champlain to avoid costly federal intervention.
Vermont officials are finalizing details of a plan due Monday to reduce stormwater runoff into Lake Champlain to avoid costly federal intervention.
Thousands of miles of streams and wetlands in Pennsylvania and across the nation would have stronger pollution and encroachment protections under a new rule proposed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Black Hills Corp. has closed down a coal-fired power plant outside Gillette, a move the company says is in response to recent federal emissions regulations.
Crews for oil giant BP worked Tuesday to clean up an undetermined amount of crude oil that spilled into Lake Michigan and affected about a half-mile section of shoreline near Chicago following a malfunction at BP's northwestern Indiana refinery, officials said.
A project that would produce gas by oxidizing an underground coal seam will be the subject of a state Department of Environmental Quality public hearing Wednesday in Wright that's been scheduled at the behest of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
North Carolina regulators said Friday that they have asked a judge to withdraw a proposed settlement that would have allowed Duke Energy to resolve environmental violations by paying a $99,000 fine with no requirement that the $50 billion company clean up its pollution.
North Carolina regulators said Friday they have asked a judge to withdraw a proposed settlement that would have allowed Duke Energy to resolve environmental violations by paying a $99,000 fine with no requirement that the $50 billion company clean up its pollution.