Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal has announced a settlement under which the EPA will set greenhouse gas pollution limits for power plants and refineries by 2012.
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EPA and DOE scientists have developed water quality software that enhances a water system’s ability to detect when there has been intentional or unintentional contamination.
The EPA has released draft voluntary guidelines to help communities protect the health of students and staff from environmental threats when selecting new locations for schools, which, historically, have been located in areas with the most air pollution — next to major roadways.
Congressman Tim Bishop from New York joined federal and state environmental officials to announce that 38 grants totaling $2.4 million were awarded to state and local government and community groups under the Long Island Sound Futures Fund.
When leveraged by $4.4 million contributed by the recipients themselves, a total of $6.8 million will support on-the-ground conservation in Connecticut and New York.
Nineteen months after she fled her federal sentencing hearing, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) fugitive Albania Deleon was captured on Saturday in the Dominican Republic.
A Glastonbury company faces a fine from EPA for failing to file required chemical inventory reports, in violation of federal right to know laws. EPA has proposed a $61,000 penalty against Highway Safety Corp., which does business under the name of Connecticut Galvanizing, for failing to file a Toxic Chemical Release Inventory form for
The Congressman from New York has asked the EPA to approve a “No Discharge Zone” designation for all New York waters in Long Island Sound, as requested by the New York State Department of Environmental Protection in August.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and White House Council on Environmental Quality reconvened the federal Interagency Working Group on Environmental Justice (EJ IWG) for the first time in more than a decade.
The Conservation Law Foundation and the Coalition for Buzzards Bay say excess nitrogen from septic systems, stormwater runoff and wastewater treatment can cause algae blooms that choke off oxygen that marine life needs. EPA spokeswoman Paula Ballentine says the agency is committed to reducing nitrogen levels. via Environmental Groups Sue EPA On Cape Cod Pollution
For the third year in a row, the State of Connecticut has been named one of only three states making EPA’s top 50 list of national Green Power Partners, ranking 36th on that list. This year, Connecticut will be purchasing more than 107 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power, which is enough green power to meet 17 percent of the state’s purchased electricity use
Has the Obama administration and the solicitor general simply made their own lives a lot more difficult? Kate Sheppard reports that Jonathan Zasloff, a law professor at UCLA, seems to think so. Read more continuing coverage of this Supreme Court case that has PO’ed a lot of environmentalists.