Dr. Stan Meiburg, Dr. Craig Colten, and Ann Weaver join The Water Institute as Senior Advisors
John Knox testified before the House Committee on Natural Resources about human rights abuses in international conservation.
To a degree unprecedented in recent American history, the environment has moved to the front rank of our public policy concerns.
The policy theme is to restore the traditional EPA values following science, the law, and transparency established by Bill Ruckelshaus in 1970.
New EPA administrator nominee Michael Regan will have to act quickly to restore the agency and start acting on climate change and environmental justice.
The Biden administration's essential task in rebuilding confidence in the EPA is to restore core institutional values of transparency, science, and law.
On its 50th anniversary, the U.S. EPA shifts from Trump's deregulation to Biden's pledge to focus on climate through environmental protections.
William (Bill) Ruckelshaus, the 1st and 4th Administrator of the EPA, passed away on November 27th. He has been praised as an environmental hero.
Wake Forest's Sustainability Graduate Program hosts a distinguished panel of practitioners of state and federal policy in environmental protection.
The City of San Antonio works to make citizens healthier through asthma education and meeting EPA ground ozone attainment standards by 2020.
Seven former EPA Administrators call on Congress to affirm EPA’s bipartisan mission for scientific solutions to substantive health & environmental risks.
Activists want more oversight of chemical facilities in Texas after a massive chemical fire in Deer Park, Texas.
The City of Greensboro is upgrading one of its major water treatment plants to help reduce potentially harmful chemicals found in the drinking water.
Dr. Stan Meiburg, former Acting Deputy Administrator for the EPA, breaks down the new rules and what impact, if any, they will have on North Carolina.
Scientific research and personal narratives show that humans have an inherent affinity towards nature which can change how sustainably we live.
Safe drinking water isn’t just about better treatment technologies and distribution systems. It starts with clean source water.
Unlike past extinction events, this sixth extinction crisis is not caused by an asteroid impact or an ice age, but rather … humans.
The systems in place to manage Belize’s waste are flawed — and this is causing serious environmental and human health issues.
The state proposed reclassifying Yadkin Pee Dee River Basin avoiding corrective action required by State & Federal law to reduce copper concentrations.
High Rock Lake is in desperate need of a strategy to correct an impairment from elevated levels of chlorophyll-a since the 1970s.