Cheers and jeers as EPA shares data on refining waivers
EPA said yesterday it will publicly share more information about the biofuel-blending exemptions it grants small refiners, setting off a fresh volley of complaints from biofuel critics and advocates.
Ex-USDA officials decry Perdue's plan to move researchers
Former Department of Agriculture officials criticized the agency today for its plan to relocate two research-related offices outside the nation's capital.
Rice flooding method adds to climate change — report
Rice farms are a bigger source of climate-warming gas than scientists have recognized, a new research paper says — and growing methods meant to address the problem may be partly to blame.
Greens plan aerial surveillance of N.C. hog farms
Environmental groups said they'll take aerial surveillance today of North Carolina's hog waste lagoons, in the wake of Hurricane Florence's flooding rains.
Resistance grows to proposed USDA reorganization
The Department of Agriculture's plan to move two research agencies out of the nation's capital is running into more resistance.