Public News Service - Environment

Montana set voting records in the last election, with the new late voter registration law getting the credit for bringing more than 7,000 voters to ...Read More
Massachusetts residents could see their energy bills go down, as power plants pay up for emitting greenhouse gases. Governor Patrick followed ...Read More
The Washington Supreme Court ruled yesterday that Seattle City Light cannot pass the costs of a program to reduce greenhouse gases on to its ratepaye ...Read More
Governor Pawlenty is calling for Minnesota to become a world leader in renewable energy. In his "State of the State" speech Wednesday, he called for ...Read More
A new study funded by farmers, ranchers and environmentalists praises the Conservation Security Program. Study author Duane Hovorka with the ...Read More
Congress this week will vote on a plan to cut more than $10 billion in tax breaks to oil companies and pipeline the money into developing renewable so ...Read More
Legislators will be getting free hair cuts today. Their hair samples are being collected to be tested for mercury. Erin Thompson with Women's ...Read More
Fossil fuels are considered a leading cause of global warming, and that has some questioning why the U.S. government gives the oil industry billions ...Read More
The Environmental Protection Agency is set to change what it deems "safe levels" of "DBP" (dibutyl phthalate), by increasing the allowable exposure ...Read More
As part of the "Hundred Hours" push by Democratic leaders, Congress will vote this week on a plan to cut $10 billion in oil company tax breaks ...Read More
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