Public News Service - Environment

The Great Lakes have a hitchhiking problem -- invasive species like zebra mussels stow away in ballast water on ships, and find their way into ...Read More
Action by the state of Utah last week could stall the giant water transfer to Las Vegas for at least two years. Utah rancher Cecil Garland, a member ...Read More
If a state like New York wants new technology to monitor air pollution, they can right? Not so, according to a new EPA rule, and that's why the rule ...Read More
Canned hunts, game farms, shooter bull operations. It's a growing industry in Idaho that the legislature takes a closer look at this week. A ...Read More
A plan under consideration at the State Capitol is drawing support from a statewide coalition of conservation and environmental groups. Don Arnosti ...Read More
A plan being proposed as part of the next Farm Bill could help grow Minnesota's economy by promoting "next generation" biomass energy from farm produc ...Read More
More nuclear power may be coming to Idaho. Alternate Energy Holdings Inc., has announced its plans to purchase land along the Snake River near ...Read More
A new plan passed by a U.S. House committee would boost clean energy production and conservation in southeastern Ohio and other Appalachian coal ...Read More
It is finally cold enough for ice fishing on Iowa lakes, according to the Southern Iowa Resource Conservation and Development Area, which coordinates ...Read More
Eight out of 10 Montanans oppose turning Montana's Lolo Peak into a ski resort, according to analysis of public comments by the Sierra Club ...Read More
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