Public News Service - Environment

Climate change is good for you. Climate change is nothing more than "liberal hysteria." Climate change is a "hoax." California scientists say those ...Read More
Energy will be on the front burner in Congress this week. Stacey Kawakami with the Minnesota Sierra Club says two proposed laws could affect what ...Read More
A pair of bills currently before Congress aim to make sure Clean Water Act protections don't "run dry" in New Mexico. Recent Supreme Court decisions ...Read More
Two million dollars for about 600 kinds of critters. That's the new deal in Montana. The legislature put aside $1 million to spend on all wildlife ...Read More
Governor Patrick is knee-deep in complaints from state residents upset about his proposed wetlands regulations. The 35 year-old "Wetlands Protection ...Read More
This year could see of the biggest "dead zone" in waters of the Gulf of Mexico since records have been kept and part of the solution could be upstream ...Read More
More than one billion dollars in spending cuts, no new taxes or fees, and a cash reserve for the state. That's the budget plan agreed to in the ...Read More
Even wild horses can't keep the drilling pressure away for Wyoming. The Bureau of Land Management is clearing the way for a gas well and roads in the ...Read More
With summer in full swing, tens of thousands of Oregonians are heading out to the state's camping and wild lands, like Three Sisters or the Wild ...Read More
It's been 30 years since a federal law was put in place to try to limit environmental damage during coal strip mining projects. A Bull Mountain ...Read More
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