Public News Service - Environment

For communities in Northern Colorado that depend on hunting, tourism and ranching, a new Bureau of Land Management plan to open up the majority of ...Read More
Companies touting genetically-engineered crops say they're safe for people and the environment, but that's not a guarantee. U.S. District Court ...Read More
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is holding public meetings starting tonight about the future of four Snake River dams in Southeastern Washington ...Read More
"No uranium in our drinking water." That's the message from New Mexico's Navajo communities. They have filed an appeal in federal court this week to ...Read More
It could be the next aerospace or computer industry…that’s what Northwest business leaders are saying about clean energy technology ...Read More
Presidential candidates are being challenged to “walk the talk” as they crisscross the country and offset the greenhouse gas pollution gen ...Read More
Candidates trekking through Iowa and New Hampshire are being asked to not leave "footprints" - pollution footprints, that is. Peter Lehner (LAY-ner) ...Read More
Most of the flowers given on this Valentine's Day here in Iowa come from Central and South American counties where they are routinely sprayed with pot ...Read More
Want to get into farming in Minnesota? Here's your chance. A drive aimed at getting "new blood" into farming kicks off later this month, and it's ...Read More
A group of sportsmen, conservationists and community groups is watching today as a bill designed to protect Colorado's native species and their ...Read More
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