Every June 5th, countries united for World Environment Day. This year’s focus is on climate change. See what some places around the world are doing to raise awareness.
Author: Amanda Peterka
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Obama’s auto emissions standard is a landmark success in improving fuel efficiency. But American consumers haven’t yet bought into the idea of a fuel-efficient car.
Last week’s “smoking gun” memo turns out to be not written by the Obama administration and not the evidence against the EPA that conservatives claimed it was.
At the end of the line, old ships are sent to developing countries to be broken down. But the environmental and human consequences are severe.
Conservative host Glenn Beck talks global warming, EPA and White-House memos with Republican Sen. John Barrasso.
An ocean acidification lawsuit filed Thursday in the state of Washington is the first of its kind.
The U.S. Green Building Council is unveiling a new system for evaluating health care facilities that is less stringent than normal LEED ratings. Will it work?
The argument that global warming is natural can be compared to other types of junk-science claims in recent U.S. history.
A Gallup Poll released yesterday reveals the country is confident in President Barack Obama’s abilities to help the environment.
GOP leader calls the idea that carbon dioxide is harmful to the environment “almost comical.”
Some say that Somalian pirates are out to help save the water from illegal dumping by Western nations. Are these green buccaneers or just men out to make a profit?
What’s the Pope been up to since the installation of solar panels at The Vatican? Not much, it seems.
The Obamas recently installed a new playground on the White House lawn. But one environmental group says the mulch they used will be harmful for their children.
Experts predict that this recession could lead to reduced carbon dioxide emissions because people will be driving less and working less. But has that always been the case in our nation’s history?
Hawaii’s Supreme Court declares the islands’ Superferry unconstitutional, ending a long battle between the governor and environmental groups.