EPA Approval Of Bacteria To Fight Mosquitoes Caps Long Quest National Public Radio The Environmental Protection Agency has approved the use of mosquitoes infected with Wolbachia bacteria as a "biopesticide" in 20 states and the
NASA discovers mantle plume almost as hot as Yellowstone supervolcano that’s melting Antarctica from below Newsweek Researchers at NASA have discovered a huge upwelling of hot rock under Marie Byrd Land, which lies between the
California Ecologists Strike Back Against Invasive Green Crabs The California Report As far as crabs go, the European green crab might not look like much. But don’t be fooled. Green crabs are voracious predators that
The Air Is "Too Clean," According to a Very Wise EPA Official Esquire A toxicologist from Texas named Michael Honeycutt to head up the EPA’s Science Advisory Board. And, as The Texas Observer reports, Honeycutt
Syria plans to join Paris climate agreement, isolating U.S. Reuters Syria said on Tuesday that it intends to join the 2015 Paris agreement for slowing climate change, isolating the United States as the only country
EPA, Pruitt may face lawsuits over advisory board changes The Hill Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt may face legal challenges over his decision to block grant recipients from serving on advisory committees.
How the Trump White House Wound Up Releasing Dire Climate Report Bloomberg The Trump administration has dismissed the threat of climate change, proposed cuts to climate research and remade scientific advisory boards. Yet it released
New Limits Threaten EPA’s Asbestos Review After pushback from the chemical industry, President Donald Trump’s administration is scaling back a congressionally mandated review of asbestos and other deadly chemicals.