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Texas’ oil and gas regulator, the Railroad Commission of Texas, has received reports of spilled oil, gas, and other fluids from at least 20 locations,...

Sep 8, 2017 Blog Post

Frontier Group has created a map of toxic sites and nuclear plants in the path of Hurricane Irma. Under severe weather conditions, some of these...

Sep 7, 2017 Blog Post

Officials are still trying to confirm whether Texas floodwaters have spread contamination from the toxic waste sites known as “Superfund sites” to residential areas. The...

Sep 7, 2017 Blog Post

Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath touch on numerous issues that have been the focus of Frontier Group research over the years. The following is a...

Aug 30, 2017 Blog Post

What impact would the Trump EPA budget, or lesser cuts proposed by Congress, have on the health of America’s waterways? This week, we launch...

Aug 28, 2017 Blog Post

Amid the federal government rollback of key environmental protections, states recently won a big victory with the EPA’s decision to move forward with implementing stricter...

Aug 21, 2017 Blog Post

The U.S. Department of Agriculture may soon approve commercial production of genetically modified eucalyptus trees in the U.S. The conversation around why we should embrace...

Aug 18, 2017 Blog Post

Repurposing balconies and bridges is part of a wider movement of “biophilic design,” which integrates nature and natural materials and forms into architecture and design...

Aug 10, 2017 Blog Post

Getting off fossil fuels will take some hard work. The good news is that as cities across the country begin implementing climate plans, knowing what...

Aug 9, 2017 Blog Post

Last week, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt unveiled an idea for a Top 10 list that is sure to create controversy: a new ranking intended to...

Aug 4, 2017 Blog Post

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