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The Colorado Department of Transportation is showing a 90 percent drop in animal-involved accidents in some areas where wildlife crossings have been installed.
During winter months, extra high tides offer a glimpse of what might be at risk.
The relative of mad cow disease can be found in 24 states, along with Canada, Norway and South Korea.
Last week, New Hampshire denied a key permit for the Northern Pass project.
Dan McNichol has ten ideas to make the city more attractive for big companies like Amazon or GE.
Recyclers in the United States are feeling the impact of China's new strict standards for the recycling it imports from around the world.
The Cape Cod Times reports that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed establishing a population of New England Cottontails on Nomans Land National Wildlife Refuge.
Scientists are warning that some grass may be getting less nutritious amid skyrocketing grass-fed beef sales.
A plan to bring more renewable energy into Massachusetts has hit a snag. The proposed "Northern Pass" transmission line project has been rejected by state regulators in New Hampshire.
The New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee voted unanimously to deny Eversource's controversial Northern Pass project a permit.
Last week, Massachusetts officials announced they'd chosen the controversial Northern Pass transmission project to bring more renewable energy into the state by 2020.
The EPA had a poster up at their offices this week celebrating a list their accomplishments this past year, that included the proposal to repeal the Clean Power Plan and...
The state's Northern Pass selection has analysts and developers wondering what role smaller projects will play in the future of the grid.
Researchers cite mounting evidence that road salt is increasing the salinity of hundreds of lakes, especially in the Northeast and Midwest.
On Thursday, the Baker administration announced it had picked the Northern Pass project for a 20-year, multibillion-dollar contract.
A few years ago, one group released 70 of the animals in Washington state's Cascade Mountains.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson revisits his conversation from last March with Matin Durrani and Liz Kalaugher, the authors of "Furry Logic: The Physics of Animal Life."
Revenues from the tax would fund clean-energy projects around the state. But the proposal faces an uncertain future in the state legislature.
The transmission line is expected to deliver the equivalent of 17 percent of the state's current electric load.
President Trump imposed tariffs on imports of washing machines and solar energy cells and solar panels this week.