The EPA is unveiling $20 billion for a national ‘green bank’
Move draws sharp criticism from environmental groups
State, not federal government, should oversee carbon capture permitting
Audit of 23-year-old program aimed at improving water quality land as new infusion of infrastructure cash arrives.
German-owned plant had violated air quality rules in Reserve
A long-awaited climate rule, which is sure to face legal challenges, would push plants that burn fossil fuels to use carbon-capture technology or hydrogen
Used as a paint stripper, methylene chloride can poison the nervous system and is the second chemical the agency is targeting under a 2016 law update
Federal funding for environmental justice is at a historic high, but tapping it means navigating complex grant applications. New community-focused training centers aim to help.
A recent report ranked several Louisiana refineries among the nation’s top oil operations that pollute public waterways
EPA proposes adding Baton Rouge’s Capitol Lakes to Superfund list