An Environmental Protection Agency official says West Virginia has made the most improvement on its Chesapeake Bay restoration plans, and Pennsylvania has the most work to do.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation says President Barack Obama’s election-year budget has more money for the Environmental Protection Agency’s main program to restore the Chesapeake Bay, but other bay-related programs will see cuts.
New York and 10 other states have filed a lawsuit designed to force the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to issue new regulations on soot pollution.
Nancy Stoner is the Environmental Protection Agency’s top water official, but she’ll be talking about paving when she tours a Bladensburg factory.
The American Farm Bureau Federation is seeking summary judgment in its suit challenging the Environmental Protection Agency’s Chesapeake Bay restoration strategy.
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A report by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation concludes that storm water and sewage plant upgrades intended to help nurse the environmentally-battered bay back to health would create nearly 250,000 jobs.
Chesapeake Bay restoration advocates say Gov. Bob McDonnell’s biennial budget proposal falls short of what’s needed to fund the state’s portion of the bay’s cleanup.
Maryland’s secretary of agriculture is urging farmers to participate in a federal survey of conservation practices.
The Environmental Protection Agency says paint-maker Sherwin-Williams has agreed to pay $570,000 for alleged hazardous waste violations at a Baltimore plant.
A federal judge in Pennsylvania says the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and other groups can join a court fight over bay restoration efforts.
One of the nation’s largest homebuilders must pay $625,000 to the federal government and seven states, including Maryland, for stormwater violations.