Electric delivery vehicles put into service in Washington
the President for Energy and Climate Change Carol Browner speaks during a news conference where Smith Electric Vehicles U.S. presented keys to the world's largest battery-electric powered commercial delivery and work trucks to several Fortune 500 Companies on Capitol Hill in Washington on July 28, 2009. (UPI Photo/Roger L. Wollenberg)
Two former Obama administration aides say it is unsafe to drill for oil in the Arctic and call on the While House to reverse course on its policy for the area.
President Obama's top energy adviser, Carol Browner, will leave the White House during the coming weeks, administration officials said.
President-elect Barack Obama's energy team leaders received votes of approval from a number of quarters Tuesday, although not everyone's happy about their policy stances.
Nobel Prize winner Steven Chu and former environmental watchdog Carol Browner were named by U.S. President-elect Barack Obama Monday to head his energy team.
Steven Chu will serve as U.S. energy secretary and Carol Browner as "energy czar" in the Obama administration, Democratic officials said Wednesday.
A new report released Thursday found mercury levels in the rain in 12 states along the Atlantic and the Gulf coasts are more than is recommended for lakes and s
Environmental Protection Agency officials Wednesday rebutted criticism by a former administrator who said existing regulations would cut mercury emissions from coal power plants much faster than the agency's proposed Clear Skies program would.
A former head of the Environmental Protection Agency said Tuesday the Bush administration's Clear Skies initiative to cut power plant emissions could leave children vulnerable to mercury exposure.
Former EPA administrator Carol Browner said Tuesday she opposes the Bush administration's Clear Skies proposal, warning it would weaken the Clean Air Act.
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