The Katowice, Poland summit isn’t business as usual.
The government rejects language affirming severity of warming as battle lines sharpen at climate summit in Poland.
Federal officials are expected to grants permits that allow companies to possibly kill marine life as they search for oil and gas deposits.
Following a Washington Post report, the .S. Coast Guard told Taylor Energy to contain and clean up the spill, which has leaked more than a million barrels of oil since 2004, or face fines of $40,000 per day.
Neighbors say a man came out of Zinke’s house during a parking dispute and impersonated him. “Dude, you’re not Zinke. Who are you?” one neighbor asked the man.
The federal agency gave up on reviving red wolves, but a federal judge may have just saved them.
Two deadly algae blooms have upended Florida tourism and may have repercussions at the polls.
Hilcorp Energy plans to drill for oil six miles off the Alaskan coast in the shallow waters of the Beaufort Sea.
For years, Taylor Energy and federal officials had kept quiet about it.
The proposal would strike language that guides officials to ignore economic impacts when determining how wildlife should be protected.