Public News Service - Environment

That soda can, plastic laundry jug, glass pickle jar or morning newspaper you put into the recycling bin today will soon come back to you as a brand ...Read More
A green building in Billings is now platinum. The "Home on the Range" building is the first in Montana to be awarded "platinum status" in a national ...Read More
The State Environmental Commission just got a first-of-its-kind petition from environmentalists, calling for a time-out on permits for coal-fired ...Read More
It's an old-fashioned summer road trip with cutting edge technology. The "Drive Beyond Oil" tour is making its way to gas stations, diners and fairs ...Read More
With all eyes on Iowa in the run-up to party caucuses, state labor and environmental groups are trying to "turn up the heat" on the issue of global ...Read More
They're being called the loneliest couple in Idaho. One male and one female sockeye salmon have made it from the ocean to Redfish Lake near Stanley ...Read More
One in five Tennesseans won't turn on the tap for a glass of water today, they'll buy a bottle of water instead, that's according to Corporate ...Read More
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
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