Public News Service - Environment

Fighting to save the family farm in West Virginia has new meaning for the Sharp family. The land they've farmed for 300 years is slated to be taken ...Read More
Some Washington State chefs are among more than 200 food industry professionals meeting with congressional representatives this week. They're ...Read More
Scientists and the president are calling for action, and Americans agree. The latest International Panel on Climate Change report shows investing in ...Read More
Can the tides in Puget Sound be used to generate electric power? The Snohomish County Public Utility District is launching a 3-year study to find out ...Read More
A scientist who consults the petroleum industry has taken a look at the methane seeps along the Atlantic Rim in Wyoming's Red Desert, and he says ...Read More
Climate change could be costly for Idaho. A new report released today by Boise State University graduate students delves into the economic impact of ...Read More
This year's legislative session was one of the most environment-friendly ever, with over a dozen successful renewable energy bills alone. The ...Read More
It has all the hallmarks of a suspense thriller. Honeybees dying and disappearing by the millions in Ohio, and other states, and very few clues as ...Read More
Less than a month after Gov. Jim Gibbons named his 13-member task force to study climate change, a new report says the time to act is now. The ...Read More
New Hampshire's "first in the nation" primary gives it far more clout than just picking presidents. With Sen. John Sununu voting on a new fuel ...Read More
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