White House pressured the Environmental Protection Agency to weaken requirements that companies annually disclose releases of toxic chemicals, congressional auditors say.
Handing a major defeat to the auto industry, a federal judge ruled the state can regulate greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles.
Dow Chemical Co. made a proposal to federal authorities who complain it is dragging its feet on dealing with contaminants in waterways downstream from its Midland plant.
Quebec will become the first Canadian province to adopt the stringent auto-emissions standards in a move hailed as part of a domino effect toward greener cars.
Trade groups say EPA and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration should create a 'single national fuel economy standard as established by Congress.'
The 1,800 pound car, which gets 40 miles per gallon highway, is about to hit the U.S. market as Congress imposes tougher fuel efficiency standards.
Automaker to offer a full line of vehicles, including trucks and SUVs, despite tougher federal fuel economy regulations likely to take effect in 2020.
Some Americans appear willing to pay more than lip service when it comes to eco-friendly electronics, according to a new market research survey.
State is the world's 12th largest producer of greenhouse gases and its emissions-reduction plan is expected to affect some 800 manufacturing facilities.
Discussions are underway with Argowiggins for Greenfield S.A.S. plant that has an annual capacity of 140,000 tons of high-end recycled pulp.
Owner of Arizona's Mogollon Brewing Co. and Arizona High Spirits Distillery moving into the ethanol market with Earth Friendly Fuels plant.
State joins California and a dozen others trying to require tougher vehicle emissions standards for new cars, light trucks and sport utility vehicles.
Colorado Automobile Dealers Association fears industry will suffer if state adopts California's standards, which are tougher than federal levels.
The alternative energy source and semiconductors share a common ingredient — polysilicon — so companies are turning solar to overcome soft chip market.
Three former lead paint manufacturers ask judge to strike down proposed plan calling for the cleanup of roughly 240,000 homes in Rhode Island.
Dioxin find at the bottom of Michigan's Saginaw River level is about 20 times higher than any other find recorded in the EPA archives.
Environmental enforcement is becoming a top priority after three decades of rapid growth that have left China's air and water badly polluted, according to a state newspaper.
Neighbors want answers before Minnesota's USG Interiors expands; environmental agency says dust from the ceiling tile factory doesn't pose an imminent health threat.
Nation's largest car companies argue the state's levels would require manufacturers to produce vehicles using too many different fuel efficiency standards.
Automaker's chairman refutes claims that new vehicle, called "the people's car," will add to traffic chaos and increase carbon emissions in India.
Federal ruling says Bush administration failed to properly assess standards' environmental risk or address why many so-called light trucks are allowed to pollute more than cars.
Automaker will comply with fuel standards imposed by Congress, but vice chairman says technology support is best way to wean General Motors off foreign oil.
French, Italian and Japanese car manufacturers made the most environmentally friendly automobiles for sale in Europe last year, while BMW and Daimler had the highest polluting cars.
Testy relations with environmentalists and questions about quality are a headache for the automaker this year, especially after unveiling new SUV that doesn't have a hybrid option.