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China is paying a heavy environmental price for growth in gross domestic product and leaders will only solve the pollution problem if they change the country's development model, a vice minister said.
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A front group for Washington, D.C.-based public relations firm Berman & Company is back with new targets: green buildings, green groups and the Environmental Protection Agency.
Residential wood smoke emissions will remain exempt from state regulations after environmental regulators on Wednesday denied a petition from three environmental and health advocacy groups.
Pennsylvania has awarded a $30,041 grant to the Berks County Solid Waste Authority for its household hazardous waste collection program.
China has been increasingly focusing on its environmental problems and reducing production in the coal-intensive steel industry has been a key goal.
The U.S. State Department appears to be cooking the books in its studies of the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Gov, Phil Bryant and others are extolling Mississippi as a national leader in using carbon dioxide to extract more oil from old oil fields.
The fire at Victoria, Australia's Hazelwood coal mine has burned for nearly a month now and blanketed the nearby town of South Morwell in hazardous smog, but the end seems to be near.
South High Community School freshman Paris A. Jensen ,14 ,of Worcester stands in-front of her science project on how much students know about climate change, and how much they care.
The jump in military spending, announced Wednesday on the first day of the National People's Congress in Beijing, comes amid a war of words between Japan and China over disputed islands in the East China Sea.
In this Feb. 28, 2014, file photo, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy discusses proposed regulations with coal industry leaders at Dakota Gasification Synfuels Plant in Beulah, N.D. In a long-expected skirmish, House Republicans are moving to block President Barack Obama's plan to limit carbon pollution from new power plants.
Cincinnati is getting a quick lesson on the environmental impact of palm oil production, thanks to a protester in a tiger costume and two 60-foot banners strung from the Procter & Gamble towers.
Members of the Los Angeles Community Environmental Enforcement Network install rooftop devices to monitor air quality in Wilmington near the Phillips 66 refinery.
Do you, like, care about the environment? Yeah, cool, me too. And you eat organic, yeah? Right, right.
The owner of a derelict 40-foot fishing boat, the Forus, that sank in the Columbia River last July - its retrieval costing taxpayers more than $100,000 - is now facing criminal charges that could bring a 364-day jail sentence and a $10,000 fine.
Political support for fracking is not just about energy, writes Paul Mobbs. It reflects the greater ecological and resource crisis at the root of our current economic woes - and only postpones the essential shift to a new kind of economy.