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Up to $350 million in grant funding has been made available to help monitor and reduce methane emissions from the oil and gas sector.

Through EPA’s Chesapeake Bay Program, $14.3 million in grants directed to Pennsylvania, with 60% of the funds going directly to Pennsylvania farmers.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency took a major step to increase transparency by posting 10 years of pesticide incident data on its website.

Messer LLC has agreed to pay a $1.9 million civil penalty for Clean Water Act permit violations at its manufacturing facility in West Virginia.

It’s not clear whether dioxin was released during the vinyl chloride burn, but scientists say it’s likely. Problem is state and federal agencies aren't testing for it.

Not far from the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, Kym Seabolt shares her thoughts on the events that have transpired since it occurred Feb. 3.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Aug. 18 that it will no longer allow the pesticide chlorpyrifos to be used on food, due to health concerns.

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation and environmental and public health partners sued the EPA for refusing to strengthen air quality limits.

Small rural towns have less money or expertise to protect their groundwater, says the National Ground Water Association and Groundwater Protection Council.

EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler toured Frank Burkett's farm Oct. 6 and held a press conference, where he touted the agency’s cooperation with farmers.