House lawmakers to review parks, lands legislation
The Natural Resources Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands will hold a hearing today on several bills to address land acquisition, boundary modifications and historic designations.
Advocates say COVID-19 has worsened water crisis
The House last week passed a massive infrastructure package that, among other things, directs more than $2 billion toward water and sanitation development across the American Indian health system for the next four years.
Panel explores plastics' role in a world of COVID-19
House lawmakers debated the merits of plastic production during a roundtable discussion about the health impacts of waste amid the pandemic.
Next leap for humankind: Growing food in space
NASA is looking to cultivate the latest technology for growing food crops in space.
Committee targets plastic pollution during pandemic
House lawmakers today will study the health impacts of plastics pollution during the COVID-19 pandemic and how low-income and minority communities are excessively affected by both crises.