To tell the sea otters' story of survival, Todd McLeish traveled the Pacific Coast from California to Alaska to research this unique species.
Historic preservation pays dividends for Rhode Island’s economy and environment, according to a new study.
PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management has been criticized for weakened enforcement within its Office of Compliance and Inspection, which goes after polluters.
Passage of the bill would make Rhode Island the first state to enact such a ban. Until now, declawing bans have only occurred on local and municipal levels in the United States. Several countries, however, have made declawing illegal.
To help cities and towns increase the quality of their residential recycling, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection is offering municipalities an IQ test kit.
Rhode Island is currently paying for the expansion of its renewable-energy portfolio with forestland and farmland. Does that really mean the state is going green?