Scientists beat the bushes looking for species not yet recognized. The tally for 2007? It's 16,969.
As the Bush administration closes out its terms in office, a number of rules, policies, orders, and other actions related to the environment are expected by Jan. 19, 2009.
Some cities are joining big companies in disclosing publicly their greenhouse emissions.
EPA and states may be cutting companies slack if they "audit" their own violations. Here's a database that will help you audit whether local polluters are abusing the program.
A research team led by Purdue claims in a soon-to-be-published article to have mapped local U.S. climate change more precisely than has been done before.
Reporters: you now have a contact list of expert sources of climate information in or about your region.
Reports are coming out, as required by law, telling consumers what contaminants are in their local utility's drinking water. What's in yours?
The rush to deregulate whatever can be deregulated before President Bush leaves the White House is on. Part 2.
Today, prospective college students may be less interested in a school's football team than its carbon footprint.
Ocean-going ships are a major unregulated air pollution source.