Amanda Maxwell, Latin America Advocate, Washington, DC
In a victory for Costa Rican environmental NGOs and local residents, Costa Rica’s Environmental Secretariat (SETENA) has determined that it will no longer consider … Continue reading →
In what is becoming nearly an annual event, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is once again launching their “Green Tape” report, where the Chamber argues that if not for bothersome environmental regulations that keep our water drinkable and air … Continue reading →
The growing popularity of modern waste-to-energy (WTE) facilities in Europe and Asia has many in America asking: is burning trash bad?
We’re not big burners here in the U.S., but we’ve been known to light up some litter from time to time. The majority of our waste is buried in landfills, while 31 percent is recycled, [...] Continue reading →