Saturday 29 April 2017
What Exactly Is A Trash Wheel, And Does the Anacostia River Need One? Picture it: It’s 2022 and you’re gazing out at the Anacostia River in Buzzard Point, near D.C. United’s new stadium and a revitalized waterfront. As you stand there, a heap of old chip bags, paper cups,…
People from across the nation are coming to Washington, DC on April 29 for a day of global climate action. The People’s Climate March, planned by an alliance that includes climate scientists, environmental organizations, faith-based groups, labor unions, indigenous groups, and citizen activists, is expected to attract…
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Power Company To Pay Millions in Water Pollution Settlements Under a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department and the U.S. EPA, the Potomac Electric Power Company (Pepco) will pay $1.6 million and install a water treatment system for Clean Water Act violations at its service center in…