Negotiations over the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade agreement concluded on Monday.
A new report from the Center for Biological Diversity highlights how President Barack Obama, or any other sitting president, has legal authority to prevent 450 billion tons of climate pollution.
Royal Dutch Shell announced Monday that it is stopping its oil exploration in the Alaskan Arctic, which garnered the applause of several environmental groups.
The Federal Highway Administration has abandoned its appeal of a ruling that jeopardizes the future of the controversial Illiana expressway.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and a petcoke operator on Chicago’s Southeast Side have reached a settlement over a lawsuit involving alleged water pollution and open dumping violations.
Exelon announced Thursday that it is postponing for one year decisions about the future operations of its Quad Cities and Byron nuclear plants.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) unveiled a proposal Tuesday designed to clamp down on methane emissions from the oil and gas industry.
The public can weigh in on a draft water discharge permit for the proposed “Bulldog Mine” in eastern Illinois during a Wednesday evening hearing hosted by the state’s Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA).
Tonight, Republican candidates for president will square off in the campaign season’s first debate in Cleveland, Ohio.