Delineation of wetlands and their importance in certain watersheds are scientific questions
Methane concentrations were relatively constant in the atmosphere until the beginning of the Industrial Revolution.
The benefits of reducing mercury pollution deposited from the atmosphere are quickly reflected throughout the ecosystem.
An iconic landmark of the region, and the largest swamp in North America, is now vulnerable
Fracking promises that we will delay the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
The popularity of natural gas as a fossil fuel and its increased use are attractive candidates to explain the potential for increased leakage to the atmosphere.
Have the laws of physics been reversed?
Eliminating protection for first order and seasonal (ephemeral) streams means that anything that might be dumped in the headwaters of major rivers would be exempt from pollution laws
Flooding can convert soils from a methane sink to a methane source to the atmosphere