Public News Service - Environment

Oxnard, CA – There's an explosion of sea life around California's Channel Islands. Bigger and healthier fish are thriving in safe havens ...Read More
Olympia, WA – A U.S. Senate Committee has been "digging" for ways to update the nation's hard-rock mining law. And with more than 2,200 mining ...Read More
Santa Fe, NM - Trying to keep the rivers flowing without glowing is the goal of a number of groups and individuals that filed an environmental ...Read More
Charleston, WV – Protecting West Virginia streams and valleys is the goal of a newly-proposed state law. It aims to prevent them from being ...Read More
Portland, OR – The heat is on in Congress to help Oregonians, and others, pay this winter's heating bills. A new amendment to the House version ...Read More
Des Moines, IA – Iowa's sustainable farmers are coming together, to help sustain each other. Growing numbers of farmers are branching out from ...Read More
Des Moines IA – Cutting back while boosting spending? Some Iowa farmers say they're confused by the mixed messages they're getting when it comes ...Read More
Lansing, MI – The Great Lakes are on thin ice, according to those who have reviewed President Bush's new federal budget proposal. The spending ...Read More
St. Paul, MN – The implications of President Bush's proposed $3 trillion budget for next year are that Lake Superior, and the other Great Lakes ...Read More
Albany, NY — For many New Yorkers, it may sound too good to be true: utility customers in neighboring states are able to run their power meters ...Read More
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