In a landmark win for the Obama administration and public health advocates, the Supreme Court on Tuesday resurrected U.S. EPA’s program for air pollution that drifts across state lines after a lower court had thrown it out.
Federal judges Tuesday upheld U.S. EPA’s air standards for mercury and other hazardous pollutants in a major win for the Obama administration.
Companies aspiring to produce next-generation biofuels struggle to get raw material to production plants, so an Ohio nonprofit is experimenting with a way to bring the refinery out to the fields.
Researchers at Harvard University have demonstrated a low-cost battery — based on common, organic molecules — that can be scaled to provide backup power for anything from large wind farms to a home with solar panels.
In Iowa, where corn is king, crop residues represent the great hope in the short term for launching the cellulosic ethanol industry.