Agency is planning to perform scheduled maintenance on Barrier IIA, which protects the Great Lakes from Asian carp.
The city's new program, funded through property taxes, will allow San Diego homeowners to qualify for financing.
The European Commission's Directorate-General for the Environment has made available a special issue of Science for Environment Policy focusing on environmental communication.
The DEQ's "Measures of Success" document outlines the agency's mission and identifies goals and measurable outcomes for water protection.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District, has funded a contract for the design of the Upper Springbrook Creek Ecosystem Restoration Project in Renton, Wash.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will determine the impacts of injecting carbon dioxide into the state's underground water reservoirs for long-term storage.
The State of World Population 2009 argues that the fight against climate change is more likely to be successful if policies, programs and treaties take into account the needs, rights and potential of women.
Officials from the Weed Science Society of America reported to EPA that nine weed species are now resistant to glyphosate, the nation's most widely used herbicide, but also offered some best management practices to deal with the problem.
A Dec. 1 public meeting will be held in Moulton, Ala., to share information with residents on the status of the investigation.
Ryerson, Master and Associates developed a comprehensive carbon footprint for the agency, following extensive analysis to determine the best methodologies for the job.
Two case studies illustrate how companies found in violation of environmental law can offset some of the costs associated with financial penalties.
Effective immediately, all boat sewage will have to be discharged at equipped pump-out facilities, not into the South Shore Estuary.