Environmental organization braces for Gulf disaster impact on fragile coastal ecosystems and fisheries.
The Environmental Law Institute honors five individuals and one family for their efforts to wetlands conservation.
Robert and Nancy Loomis allegedly discharged fill material into a wetland on their property that drains into the Takhin River in Alaska.
However, the justification is not as clear for the basis for specific environmental triggers that indicate when water diversions should be reduced.
The Mobile Bay National Estuary Program has contracted with Gresham, Smith and Partners to facilitate a coalition to address watershed management issues in Baldwin County, Ala.
Until its April conference, EPA is seeking ideas about how to restore the nation's waters and create sustainable communities.
ORSANCO survey shows millions of people use the Ohio River for direct contact and indirect contact recreation as well as fish consumption, which would be negatively affected by a wet weather standard.
A Southeastern Louisiana University study says that fresh water, either from the Mississippi River or other sources, is needed to sustain the second largest coastal forest in the state.
Black & Veatch has designed the stimulus-funded facility to lower vehicle emissions, use renewable energy, and improve reliability.
The public is invited to comment on the proposed settlement, which will fund remaining cleanup at the Anderson-Calhoun Mine and Mill site.
After two contractors quit the cleanup job, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ordered Caribbean Petroleum Refinery to take care of the problem caused by the October 2009 explosion and fire at its petroleum tank farm in Bayamon, Puerto Rico.
The governor said his state will have to integrate current restoration plans into a specific set of priorities and actions for government and nongovernment organizations.
Earthjustice files lawsuit to protect salmon and close loopholes.
Bottled water company gives $30,000 gift to be used to enhance wetlands for waterfowl and wildlife.
Model research says that the prairie pothole region of central North America is much more sensitive to climate warming and drying than previously thought.
EPA says many of the electric utilities the agency has assessed are already implementing recommended measures to make their impoundments safer.
Corps of Engineers seeks comments on its draft environmental impact statement on the Angelina & Neches River Authority project under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act.
University of Maryland and Baylor University ecologists may have discovered a lower ecological "tipping point" at which species are threatened.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will publish the proposed rule in the Federal Register in early February and make available drafts of the economic and environmental analyses.