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- 06/20/17--10:07: _EXTREME WEATHER: So...
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- 06/20/17--10:07: _SUPERFUND: Colo. le...
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- 06/20/17--10:07: _REGULATIONS: OMB mu...
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- 06/20/17--10:07: _TECHNOLOGY: Bill Ga...
- 06/20/17--10:07: _RENEWABLE ENERGY: D...
- 06/20/17--10:07: _EPA: 38 science adv...
- 06/20/17--10:07: _INTERIOR: Zinke env...
- 06/21/17--10:19: _SWEDEN: New law aim...
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- 06/21/17--10:19: _FLORIDA: South Miam...
- 06/21/17--10:19: _COLORADO: Latest ef...
- 06/21/17--10:19: _WATER POLLUTION: Ch...
- 06/21/17--10:19: _GREAT LAKES: Algae,...
- 06/20/17--10:07: EXTREME WEATHER: Southwest swelters as temps hit 120 F
- 06/20/17--10:07: NATIONAL MONUMENTS: Industry ready to pounce if Bears Ears shrinks
- 06/20/17--10:07: OCEANS: Coast Guard restricts Miami anchorage to protect reefs
- 06/20/17--10:07: NOAA: Alaska council official to head fisheries service
- 06/20/17--10:07: PEOPLE: Markey aide heads to NRDC
- 06/20/17--10:07: SUPERFUND: Colo. leaders hope to capitalize on EPA's new priorities
- 06/20/17--10:07: PUBLIC LANDS: Green group rallying support for national monuments
- 06/20/17--10:07: REGULATIONS: OMB mulls fracking rollback as Dems slam methane freeze
- 06/20/17--10:07: NOMINATIONS: Senate confirms Trump FEMA pick
- 06/20/17--10:07: TECHNOLOGY: Bill Gates, Tom Fanning push for DOE funding
- 06/20/17--10:07: EPA: 38 science advisers get pink slips — internal email
- 06/20/17--10:07: INTERIOR: Zinke envisions cutting 4,000 full-time staff
- 06/21/17--10:19: SWEDEN: New law aims for zero net emissions by 2045
- 06/21/17--10:19: UTAH: State names new enviro agency director
- 06/21/17--10:19: OREGON: State DOE official pleads guilty to taking bribes
- 06/21/17--10:19: FLORIDA: South Miami pushes off vote requiring solar panels
- 06/21/17--10:19: COLORADO: Latest effort to save state Energy Office rejected
- 06/21/17--10:19: GREAT LAKES: Algae, invasive species infestations worsen
Temperatures approaching 120 degrees Fahrenheit across the Southwest yesterday have grounded flights and prompted warnings from doctors to be cautious around concrete, playground equipment and car surfaces.
The oil and gas industry hopes to tap hydrocarbon deposits under parts of Bears Ears National Monument that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke may recommend removing from monument status, according to Bureau of Land Management records.
The Coast Guard published a rule yesterday aimed at protecting coral reefs off Miami by restricting areas where ships and other vessels can anchor.
The longtime leader of the North Pacific Fishery Management Council will take over leadership this week of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's fisheries program, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced today.
A top aide for Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) is joining the Natural Resources Defense Council.
Public officials downstream from the Gold King mine paid U.S. EPA a visit last week to make sure they didn't make a mistake putting their faith in the agency following the 2015 spill at the Colorado site.
The League of Conservation Voters today unveiled a new $600,000 campaign to rally support for public lands, as the Trump administration conducts a review of dozens of national monuments for potential rescissions.
The Obama administration's primary effort to address impacts from hydraulic fracturing on public lands is officially on track to be scrapped.
The Senate today confirmed President Trump's pick of Brock Long to lead the Federal Emergency Management Agency, following a swift and low-profile confirmation process.
Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates, Southern Co. CEO Tom Fanning and eight other business leaders are urging Congress to fund Department of Energy programs slated for deep cuts by the Trump administration.
A federal court today unanimously upheld regulators' approval of a new electricity market structure in the eastern half of the country.
U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt continues to clear out a key advisory committee, signaling plans to drop several dozen current members of the Board of Scientific Counselors (BOSC), according to an email yesterday from a senior agency official.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke indicated today that the department is looking at relocating more resources out West as part of a larger management reorganization.
Sweden has pledged to cut net carbon emissions to zero by 2045, making it the first country to seriously increase regulations since the 2015 Paris climate deal.
Utah's Department of Environmental Quality has named Erica Gaddis its new water quality director.
A former Oregon Department of Energy official pleaded guilty yesterday to accepting almost $300,000 in kickbacks connected with the sale of state energy tax credits.
South Miami commissioners yesterday voted unanimously to hold off on a measure to require new homes in the city to be installed with solar panels.
An attempt to save the Colorado Energy Office failed yesterday when Republican lawmakers shot down a funding request from Gov. John Hickenlooper (D).
The Chemours Co. said it will immediately stop dumping an unregulated toxic chemical into North Carolina's Cape Fear River.
The Great Lakes continue to be plagued by algal blooms and invasive species even as their overall status remains "fair," according to a new report co-written by U.S. EPA and the Canadian government.