With just days left before a public hearing of the ozone precursor pollutants rule, changes were still being made to the proposal that the New Mexico Environment Department plans to present to the board. The Environmental Improvement Board’s public hearing begins at 9 a.m. Monday, Sept. 20. Among the changes
The US Environmental Protection Agency is failing to protect children by ignoring poisons in the environment and focusing on corporate interests, according to a top children’s health official who will testify this week that the agency tried to silence her because of her insistence on stronger preventions against lead poisoning.
A day after American Electric Power representatives testified before West Virginia utility regulators in a case that will help shape the state’s energy future, regulator staff, industrial and environmental group witnesses made their own cases for what the utility should do next — and how ratepayers should pay for it.
The Hillyard property, pictured Wednesday, April 21, north of Silverthorne, is the site of a proposed gravel mine. Owner Peak Materials is working through the Colorado Division of Reclamation, Mining and Safety’s permitting process to mine and then reclaim the site.Photo by Ashley Low Buy Photo On Wednesday, the Mined
The Global “Bluetooth Hearing Aids Market” research report 2021 provides knowledge on the developments made by important companies, participants, and stakeholders in the market, along with competitive intelligence. The report elaborates Bluetooth Hearing Aids market growth with different dynamics and is used to analyze the future scenarios of the industries.
Planners of UC San Diego’s proposed La Jolla Innovation Center presented the project’s draft environmental impact report during an online public hearing Feb. 25, with several comments expressing concern about potential effects on neighborhood aesthetics and traffic congestion. The Innovation Center is a proposed seven-story building at the intersection of
Dive Brief: Michael Regan, the nominee for U.S. EPA administrator, acknowledged plastic pollution as a “significant” challenge in response to a question during Wednesday’s Senate confirmation. If confirmed, he agreed to take a further look at proposals and programs aimed at reducing single-use plastic. Regan, currently the secretary for the