EPA proposes a new rule addressing emissions of toxic chemicals from kilns that are fueled by coal or other typical fuels, or allegedly nonhazardous waste. You'll find this, as well as other environmental story ideas, in the latest issue of TipSheet.
A significant number of Bush administration political appointees have converted to career civil service jobs in recent months — many in areas covered by environment, energy, resource, science, and health journalists.
Results of EPA's 2008 "National Dialogue" to develop an "Information Access Strategy" are now online.
A coalition of 262 citizen groups from many walks of life urge the new Congress to pass legislation ending the widespread practice of government retaliation against federal employees who reveal government waste, fraud, and abuse.
Don't miss our earlybird rate! SEJ members who register by August 10 for SEJ's 11th Annual Conference (October 17-21, 2001, Portland, OR) pay only $145.
Overfishing is far greater than ever realized.
The Natl. Park Service Advisory Board will release its recommendations for improving the agency's ability to preserve parks
A decades-old controversy continues to hound the issue of fluoridated drinking water, which is consumed by a little over half of the US population.
Atrazine, one of the most commonly used pesticides on crops ranging from corn to trees, may not be as dangerous to humans as previously thought.
In 2000, 753 trains carrying hazardous substances had an accident and 35 released some of those hazardous substances to the environment.