A proposed open-pit mine would endanger a pristine Alaskan fishery and destroy jobs. The EPA must prevent it.
Letters show inability of Southern California Edison and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to agree on a long-range repair plan for the facility, off-line since January 2012.
Kroger Co.'s anaerobic digester in Compton takes unsold food from Ralphs and Food 4 Less and converts it into 13 million kilowatt-hours of electricity a year.
The firm's attorneys say U.S. did not do an environmental review. The closing of the farm would lead to the first marine wilderness area on the West Coast.
The fate of many coal-fired power plants may rest on how boldly Obama tries to fulfill his pledge to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
'The Strange and Mysterious Case of Dr. Glidden' tells the story of a man who created public entertainment from native inhabitants' bones.
The Aquarium of the Pacific's newest gallery will showcase bioluminescent fish and marine scavengers found at the very bottom.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service grants exceptions to a wind farm and a building project in harassing or killing the endangered birds.
Republican members of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee say they want more information from EPA nominee Gina McCarthy.
Action sets stage for possible court challenges alleging environmental and civil rights violations. Backers say the project would bolster efficiency and create jobs.
The Environmental Quality Act plays an important role in protecting Californians.
The world looks to L.A. for ways to reduce pollution, Villaraigosa says at a ports conference. He cites a modernization of the Port of L.A. and the state's tough emissions law.
New water rights have given tribes an upper hand over farmers just as the Klamath River basin plunges into a severe drought.
Zero Emission Vehicle credits could give the automaker as much as $250 million this year, highlighting the state's effort to promote the electric car.
The invasive species is threatening coral reefs, and eradication won't work. But there's a simple solution.
A Goldman Sachs manager who left the firm to run the Nature Conservancy environmental charity explains why Wall Street should be interested in green policy.