On Aug. 11, EPA will explain how a low impact design competition had a ripple effect on Houston's design/build community.
According to EPA, many municipalities’ stormwater management plans are out of date and have not been fully implemented, and permits don’t always contain clear milestones to ensure that water quality standards would be met.
The agency has a website to answer questions about what technical solutions would be most useful to reviewing officials.
University of Arkansas researchers took a look at streams and land use surveys to determine that restoration of urban streams cannot be based on the characteristics of streams in agricultural or forested settings.
The company is working with Focus Wildlife, the Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to minimize the impact on birds and wildlife in the area. A bird and wildlife rehabilitation center is now operational.
Joseph Nigro's team incorporated two NASA products into the Better Assessment Science Integrating Nonpoint Sources program that calculates streamflow rates and pollution concentrations.
Researchers suggest invasive species may have altered Lake Erie's foodweb, where increasing concentrations of mercury have been found in walleye.
The Weed Science Society of America has assembled a rogue's gallery of especially dangerous plants that are not edible.
The National Recreation and Park Association celebrated the vote of the House Natural Resources Committee.
A green tariff will allow the company to sell its power to the grid.
Three different federal agencies are monitoring air quality in and around the spill for the environment and worker health.
A Tetra Tech analysis found that the Great Plains and the Southwest are at extreme risk for water sustainability.
Two New Bedford Harbor fishing piers will install marine power pedestals that will provide electricity to vessels, eliminating the need to idle diesel engines and thereby lower emissions of particulate matter and other gases.
Phil Whitford, aka Dr. Goose, offers expert advice to all - from homeowners and park districts to airports.
The $190,000 in grants will be used to further education and training for sustainable gardening, hazardous household waste disposal, carbon sequestration, and watershed protection.
The Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission is responding to a gap in technology while the Kentucky Waterways Alliance voices its concern for the river.
Online learning module students demonstrated a 30 percent increase in content knowledge.
Projects across the region will preserve habitat, protect watersheds and spur responsible urban growth.
The biological nutrient removal wastewater treatment plan has been in operation for about two years.
New York City will implement the CASTion Ammonia Recovery Process to reduce nitrogen discharges in the bay.