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The Leader in Energy and Environment News
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    The Pacific island nation of Palau has a request for all visitors: Please sign a pledge saying you won't harm the environment.

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    Air pollutants, in addition to threatening public health, may be causing fatal landslides in China, according to a new study published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters.

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    Custer State Park in South Dakota will perform an emergency bison roundup to study how a recent historic wildfire affected the population.

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    Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York criticized a federal rule change that he says prevents Christmas trees from being sent to U.S. troops overseas.

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    A Michigan legislator is proposing that the state adopt the most stringent drinking water contamination limits in the country for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs), chemicals found in everything from shoes and cookware to firefighting foam.

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    Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) said yesterday he will again propose a carbon tax as part of plans to fully fund public education.

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    Some of the toddlers who were among the first born with brain damage from the Zika virus have major developmental difficulties and will need a lifetime of care, according to a new study.

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    Puerto Rico's landfills were already overflowing before Hurricane Maria, and almost half had been ordered to shut down. Now the island has to figure out what to do with 6.2 million cubic yards of additional waste.

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    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said yesterday that the state will sue U.S. EPA if necessary to force continued cleanup of polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, in the Hudson River.

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    Baltimore's single biggest polluter has racked up about $10 million in state green energy subsidies over the last six years.

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    Air pollution from big wildfires like the ones in California could be one of the deadliest effects of the blazes, according to scientists.

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    U.S. EPA's internal watchdog is set to examine the agency's response to this year's hurricane season.

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    The Department of Defense plans to keep the scientific integrity policies it issued under President Obama in place for the foreseeable future, but some advocates say it doesn't go far enough.

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    More workers at the Department of Energy's Hanford nuclear reservation might have breathed in radioactive particles.

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    Tesla Inc. is the primary culprit in sliding rooftop solar installations in the U.S., according to an analysis of installation data.

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    The world wants smartphones and electric cars, and the country supplying most of the required cobalt needs the support of the United States.

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    Longer growing seasons could give Northeast wineries something to toast: better merlot and zinfandel.

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    Shortly before President Trump's speech on regulations yesterday, a grass-roots group filed suit against the Office of Management and Budget over the alleged secrecy of the administration's rule-cutting efforts.

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    The cold weather that came through Texas last week delighted some human residents who saw their first snow in years, but the endangered sea turtle population was not as happy.

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    A firefighter died yesterday while battling the fourth largest wildfire in California's history.

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    Almost 40 percent of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries met water quality standards for clarity, dissolved oxygen and algal growth for the last three years, according to a preliminary report released yesterday by an intergovernmental cleanup program.

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    A controversial proposal to expand Colorado's largest coal mine this week took one step forward with a green light from the Forest Service.

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    Attention, beer drinkers: There's a good chance your beverage of choice will soon be made with wind or solar power.

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    U.S. EPA has initiated the process for replacing the Clean Power Plan, former President Obama's signature climate regulation.

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    U.S. EPA is mulling the repeal of guidelines to curb smog-forming emissions from existing oil and gas operations, potentially signaling the latest in a series of steps that would benefit fossil fuel producers.

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    The Department of Energy announced a major reorganization this morning, including the split of its chief science and energy divisions.

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    A memorandum written by the Bureau of Land Management's former chief agent in charge of the investigation of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy alleges federal agents purposely withheld evidence they felt could help attorneys defending Bundy and his son Ammon Bundy in their criminal trial.

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    U.S. EPA has signed a hefty contract with a Republican-run public affairs firm to keep track of its press coverage.

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    The Interior Department's stunning new employee survey reveals depths of cynicism, distrust and other systemic woes that go beyond the allegedly widespread harassment and discrimination.