A government network of monitoring devices across the country routinely missed major toxic releases and daily pollution dangers.
The USDA announced it finalized changes to how the Forest Service undertakes environmental reviews of its actions under federal law.
Indiana Gets “D” for Climate Change Education Efforts, Education Department Seeks to Improve Curriculum
Report gives state’s public school science standards to address climate change a barely passing grade, but the state is making moves to address deficiencies.
Veterans, Gold Star Families can now get free access to national parks, wildlife refuges and other federal lands.
Federal judge rules FDA did not adequately assess the risk of harm when it approved Albany-grown AquaBounty Technologies AquAdvantage salmon in 2016.
The EPA awarded the Indiana Finance Authority a $544,000 grant to identify and reduce lead in school drinking water.
Former O’Neill SPEA dean Professor John Graham will head panel of industry and academic experts that advise the EPA administrator.
Trump Administration Touts Superfund List Deletions as Victories Amid Continuing Contamination Threat
IDEM will host a free virtual webinar series to teach about watershed protection and restoration efforts within the Lake Michigan basin.
A federal court ruling has cast doubt over several of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management's efforts to drive oil and gas development on federal lands.