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Climate regulations --a long road ahead

Last month, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)proposed regulations to govern carbon emissions from existing power plants.

Wyoming Continues Battle Over Science Standards

A 21st-century version of the classic range war is playing out in Wyoming. This time, the state is divided over rejecting the Next Generation Science ...

Breaking EPA's climate science secrecy barriers

Can you imagine telling the IRS you don't need to complete all their forms or provide records to back up your claim for a tax ...

NASA launches carbon satellite after 2009 failure

A rocket carrying a NASA satellite lit up the pre-dawn skies Wednesday on a mission to track atmospheric carbon dioxide, the chief culprit behind global ...

Vanishing Coal Jobs Weighs on U.S.-Backed Pension Plans

After mining coal for almost 40 years, Robert Schultz hoped his pension would let him and his wife spend more time at the beach in ...

Miners to take their anti-EPA rule message to Pittsburgh meeting

When U.S. EPA staff arrives in Pittsburgh on July 31 to hear views about the agency's proposal to curb power plant greenhouse gas emissions, they ...

Rasmussen poll has Hickenlooper, Beauprez tied at 44percent

After his worst two weeks of press this year, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is polling at just 44 percent and running neck and neck with ...

DTE installs latest in pollution controls

The end is in sight for a project to reduce pollution from DTE Energy's Monroe Power Plant.

Wyoming Sticks by Coal Despite Upheaval

Coal is still king here in the heart of the state's Powder River Basin, where a column of trucks carrying freshly mined loads chug up ...

Lake County Environmental Coalition Sends Petitions To NRG Energy Over Future Of Waukegan Coal Plant (VIDEO)

Lake County residents and environmentalists are asking the new owner of Waukegan's aging coal-fired power plant to produce a long-term transition plan for the facility ...