As the EPA’s new mercury standards get posted in the federal register, opponents gear up to destroy legislation that was 20 years in the making
A battle over pollution is dividing Evangelicals over what’s appropriate to fight for under the “pro-life banner”
They are sounding the alarm on the danger of mercury emissions to humans
Stopping pollution is something that everyone should embrace, says Rob Sisson, President of Republicans for Environmental Protection
Any person of faith who claims to believe in the sanctity of human life should pay attention when that life is in jeopardy
The EPA’s new standards on mercury emissions have been 21 years in the making. Will we squander the chance to reduce our exposure to this harmful toxin?
Why, Dr. Seuss, of course. But will a new movie adaptation of The Lorax speak to a new generation of children?
Experts confirm what Americans suspected: extreme storms, droughts and floods are being made worse by climate change
Once upon a time, cleaning our environment was a bipartisan issue
The Mississippi vote on Prop 26 may be over, but this battle will continue
Why are we allowing states to pass on their pollution?
How to read the presidential candidate’s smoke signals in a new campaign ad
Now that ‘climate change’ has become a bête noire, environmentalists need to broaden their strategy