Overall the industry shed about 8,000 positions in 2018.
COMMENTARY | Solving our biggest global crisis of a rapidly warming planet means considering everything through the lens of potential solutions, even something as small as the electric scooter.
The rankings were supposed to ensure that the most dangerous sites remained a priority even as the state gave private companies a bigger role in cleanups.
The controversy involves questions about when wastewater is subject to Clean Water Act permitting requirements.
More than 5,000 invasive species—from plants like cheatgrass to rodents like nutria—inhabit the U.S. causing about $120 billion in economic damage annually.
In Maine, some see the melting ice to the north as an opportunity.
COMMENTARY | Adapting to climate change will require new approaches at the local level. On the Chesapeake Bay, entrepreneurs are being incentivized to find the answers.
While the U.S. Forest Service is trying to work with states on projects to lower fire damage, more money is needed to comply with President Trump's "active management" mandate for public lands.
No two agencies are alike, which made designing a software solution for preconfigured forms and procedures difficult in the past.
Automakers are slow to sell EVs in places without zero emission vehicle mandates, according to the Natural Resources Defense Council.
Power plant emissions have fallen in the northeast. Could a new coalition do the same for transportation?
The state would join California in implementing such a ban if it is enacted.
With tensions high over a wall, a San Diego County supervisor is focused on funding for waterworks.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Florida State Capitol sexual harassment settlement … Mayor De Blasio announces NYC Care … and Pennsylvania’s carbon goals.
But experts warn that our overall picture of sea-level rise looks far scarier today than it did even five years ago.
In a new book, the authors created maps of where and for how long hazardous industrial activities operated in four very different cities—New Orleans, Minneapolis, Portland and Philadelphia.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Pennsylvania pension changes … N.Y. gov.’s about-face on marijuana ... San Diego scooter safety ... and Kentucky open-records lawsuits.
But it will likely lack the broad powers favored by supporters of a Green New Deal.
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