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Despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency had not properly considered the cost to industry of its mercury emission regulations, a panel of federal judges have allowed the agency to move ahead.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board raised questions about the scientific basis of a report by the agency on fracking.
Challenges to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan are now going through the legal system.
A new art installation in Charlottesville, Va., will illustrate energy usage in the city’s neighborhoods. The project is part of the Energize! Charlottesville campaign, an effort to reduce residential and municipal energy use.
A rapidly expanding population of wild hogs is causing a massive headache for farmers in Tennessee.
A $100,000 grant will help launch Upstate Forever’s “Reconnecting People to Rivers” initiative. This environmental organization focuses on the mountain region of South Carolina.
Two environmental groups are pressuring the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to protect the Monarch butterfly.
In both North Carolina and Virginia coal ash impoundments are being drained into lakes and rivers, a stage in the clean-up efforts that is causing citizen and environmental groups concerns.
Cherokee is “the original language of the Appalachians,” and a new online program is making this difficult language easier to learn.