Officials say a leak from an old Colorado mine sent 4,500 gallons of orange water into a creek.
Over-regulating methane emissions could discourage the use of environment-friendly natural gas, an energy industry representative told the Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday.
A farmer-owned cooperative is considering an expansion at its ethanol plant in southeastern Minnesota that would cost an estimated $146 million.
"People have died, it poses this cancer threat … and everybody knows it’s a bad chemical, and yet nobody does anything,” said Katy Wolf of the Institute for Research and Technical Assistance.
Roundup originally allowed farmers to cheaply and easily obliterate weeds in their fields while Monsanto crops — engineered to resist the chemical — grew unimpeded.
Volkswagen's CEO resigned Wednesday amid the crisis over the company cheating on U.S. emissions tests.
Preliminary research and comments by several federal agencies on the volatility of crude oil from North Dakota shows that Bakken crude has been unfairly singled out in safety discussions, oil industry representatives said Tuesday.
The company proposing to build an oil pipeline across Iowa has awarded construction contracts for some of the work.
Currently, solar panels' capacity to convert photons in light into electricity is diminished as they become hotter.
The Democratic presidential candidate said she decided to speak out after concluding the ongoing debate over whether the pipeline should be built had become a distraction to larger efforts to fight climate change.
Bangladesh said it has met the conditions put forward by the United States for better safety and workers' rights in its factories that were essential to regain preferential trade status the impoverished South Asian nation lost in 2013 after two disasters killed 1,500 garment workers.
Halliburton has agreed to pay almost $18.3 million in back overtime to more than 1,000 employees to settle a wage and hour case brought by the U.S. Labor Department.
A company that touts itself as one of the largest manufacturers of cocktail cherries in the United States and had a secret marijuana growing operation in its basement pleaded guilty on Tuesday to criminal and environmental charges.
An Argentine judge investigating a cyanide spill at Barrick Gold's Veladero mine has temporarily suspended some operations by the world's largest gold mining company until the cause can be determined.
A team of Swiss and French university researchers recently discovered new details about the conversion of methanol into the common feedstock chemical ethylene.