Using a rare veto, the Environmental Protection Agency rejected a federal plan Tuesday for the Army Corps of Engineers to build the world’s largest water pump in the Mississippi Delta.
Nearly 1 million people moved inland from the Gulf Coast over the weekend. The mass evacuation is a first test of a new and complex safety plan.
Removing land from cane production could help save this environmental jewel.
New York’s Jamaica Bay serves as a microcosm for the world’s wetland woes.
Federal, state, and local agencies responded quickly, say many Midwest residents.
Large land sale throws ecosystem-restoration plans cheerfully upside down.
The Midwest's patchwork of levees wasn't adequately monitored or maintained.