Better management may be able to change year 2057 outlook.
Action For Nature announces its 2009 International Awards.
The Alliance for Water Efficiency offers the tool free to its members.
Organization will use funds to restore and clean up Otay and Tijuana river watersheds.
The program will help all agricultural producers reduce costs through farm energy audits and equipment incentives for qualifying energy-saving projects.
New state laws cover GHG emissions reporting, energy efficiency in building codes, and blocks the development of conventional coal powered electricity plants.
A study of oyster reefs in a once-pristine California coastal estuary found them devastated by invasive Atlantic Coast crabs and snails.
The sponsors say the largest water utilities support the legislation.
EPA plans to propose rule to ensure that owners and operators of hardrock mines pay for cleanup.
The research shows that the use of manure does not negatively affect the carbon loads of nearby waterways when compared to other fertilizer systems.
The American Water Works Association's certification study guide is now available for purchase.
Headquarters design showcases Platinum certification, while the Green Building Certification Institute accepts the Council as the first Education Reviewing Body.
The Aspen Institute Energy and Environment Policy Program will host a panel discussion on the nation's infrastructure challenge.
Sandia says the material removes bacterial, viral and other organic and inorganic contaminants from river water destined for human consumption and from wastewater treatment plants.
The American Farm Bureau Federation testifies before the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry.
More than $265,000 will finance storage systems and controls for high wind penetration studies.
Long-range transport study links California insecticide use of chlorpyrifos and endosulfan to amphibian population declines in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
The annual Energy and Power Distribution Conference will be held Sept. 29-Oct. 1 at the Houston Hobby Airport Marriott in Houston.
Greater meat consumption and demand for fossil fuels worldwide are expected to cause increasingly more harmful algal blooms and dead zones in coastal and freshwater areas.