The Republican controlled House Rules Committee released a continuing resolution to fund the federal government: wolves will lose all of their Endangered Species Act protection in Idaho, Montana, and parts of Washington, Oregon, and Utah.
Coastal advocates like much, though not all, of what they've read in the national, oil-spill commission report released this month, and instead of stashing the document in a desk drawer, they plan to stay engaged and speak up about its ideas.
Wonder why America can't seem to keep up with nations like Germany and China on advanced energy policy? Perhaps it's because the Energy Department spends ten times more on nuclear weapons than energy conservation.
The NRDC's Growing Green Awards recognize extraordinary contributions to the field of sustainable food by food producers, entrepreneurs, and young food advocates who are shaping the future of food in our country.
As we hear from fishermen that reopened areas are showing signs of oil, NRDC and Gulf Coast groups request documents and ask for explanations from the government. But most information is still not available, and the reopenings continue.
Republicans and the fossil fuel industry are doing their level best to give the phrase "cap and trade" politically toxic connotations. Ed Chen, of the Natural Resources Defense Council, attacked the messenger.
Every Republican running for the U.S. Senate in November believes either that human activity is not the driving force behind global warming or that the planet isn't even heating up, according to a recent survey.
Sen. Dick Durbin spoke in Chicago on Friday afternoon to address the ongoing Asian carp issue, stating that the capture of a live Asian Carp beyond all locks and barriers to Lake Michigan is a "wake up alarm."
When we started farming Benziger's vineyard in 1980, we did it with machines and pesticides. But when we later switched to Biodynamic, the results were miraculous: the birds and the bees returned. We let nature back in.