Energy & Environment
An Illinois man behind a longstanding bald eagle count says the latest numbers are alarming, but federal officials say there may be other factors at play.
For a second consecutive year, President Donald Trump is trying to drastically reduce or eliminate federal support of cleanups for iconic U.S. waterways including the Great Lakes and Chesapeake Bay.
Some members of Congress want a one-year deadline for completing a federal study on keeping Asian carp out of the Great Lakes by strengthening defenses on a crucial Illinois waterway.
White, who is not a scientist, has compared the work of mainstream climate scientists to "the dogmatic claims of ideologues and clerics."
Good news for bird watchers and environmentalists: Illinois' bald eagle population is rebounding.
Penalties sought from polluters in Illinois have dropped to $6.1 million under Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner's administration, a newspaper analysis of enforcement data shows.
A Louisiana chef hopes to control invasive Asian carp by marketing them as Silverfin fish cakes.
Chicago's complaint alleges U.S. Steel violated the Clean Water Act and its wastewater permit with illegal discharges from its Portage, Indiana, plant into a Lake Michigan tributary.
U of I Extension has received a five-year, $1.5 million grant from the Illinois EPA to help farmers and landowners reduce nutrient loss into Illinois waterways, including the lower Rock River.
A legislative committee approved a Republican bill Tuesday that would relax Wisconsin's air pollution regulations, clearing the way for a vote in the full state Senate.
The decision by the Republican-controlled Federal Energy Regulatory Commission was unexpected and comes amid repeated promises by Trump to revive coal as the nation's top power source.