Public News Service - Environment

Columbus, OH – Greenhouse gas emissions will soar as air travel triples over the next few decades, according to two petitions filed yesterday ...Read More
Clark, WY – Congress has recently started scrutinizing oil and gas industry exemptions from federal laws designed to protect people from ...Read More
Concord, NH – The future of New Hampshire's abundant apple crop may depend on what happens in Washington D.C. today. A U.S. Senate committee ...Read More
Minneapolis, MN – When it rains, it pours. A new study links the increasing number of extreme rainstorms in Minnesota and nationwide with ...Read More
St. Paul, MN – When Congressional leaders announced they had reached a deal to raise the automobile fleet gasoline mileage average to 35 miles ...Read More
Des Moines IA – Do you fish or swim in Iowa streams? If so, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources wants to hear from you soon. The DNR is ...Read More
Seattle, WA – This week, it's back to the drawing board for Energy Northwest -- or is it? The company's new coal-fired power plant for Kalama ...Read More
Madison, WI – Wisconsin's rural communities are planting the seeds of economic growth, and the authors of a new book say the holiday season is ...Read More
Helena, MT – As Montana gets ready for the holidays, shoppers can look close to home for special meals and gifts. Lill Erickson with the ...Read More
Oak Creek, WI – State environmental groups are calling it a major victory for Lake Michigan. A judge ruled yesterday that an Oak Creek power ...Read More
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