Georgia Institute of Technology's Brian Stone tells policymakers that climate issues can't be solved just by lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
Ephraim King, Craig Cox, and Walter Baker will discuss task group recommendations, how to address nutrient pollutants, and successful approaches in a Watershed Academy webcast on Dec. 1.
Local policies to promote energy-efficient buildings continue to thrive despite prolonged economic downturn.
The port is developing stormwater pollution prevent and dust control measures to comply with California water and regional air quality regulations.
The company plans to use American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds to complete drilling and pipeline connect to the Blue Mountain Faulkner 1 power plant in Nevada.
EPA authorizes the state to administer and enforce the Renovation, Repair and Paint rule, which mandates training and licensing in leak-safe work practices.
The Telecommunications Industry Association hopes to fashion a common platform across healthcare, transportation, security, automation, and energy distribution industries.
Richard M. Risoldi will assume the position of the company's chief operating officer.
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.