Lisa Jackson

Crime
Jackson was indicted on a first-degree murder charge and will be extradited to Honolulu, having waived detention and identity
Business
How has mentorship made a difference in your professional and personal life? My dad mentored me, and now he's mentoring my
Politics
The ash and water mixture spilled when a stormwater pipe broke at Duke Energy's Dan River Steam Station, a plant that is
Environment
Like the vested interests Villaraigosa referenced, industrial agriculture is holding fast to the methods of its poisonous assault. But these are issues we can choose to fight at the supermarket. Or at the farmer's market.
Environment
Many companies, such as Clorox, have voluntarily switched to safer chemicals, demonstrating that it can be done. But hard-line chemical companies, led by the Koch brothers, have lobbied relentlessly in Washington to prevent reforms.
Environment
What were the EPA's motives for doing an about-face on a key multi-year taxpayer subsidized study?
Environment
In the Atlantic, NOAA forecasts an active season with 13 to 20 named storms. Seven to 11 of those storms, NOAA said, could actually develop into Category 1 or higher hurricanes.
Environment
Former Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson will be joining Apple, CEO Tim Cook announced Tuesday. The
Environment
The average American may not be aware of how these sequester cuts will impact the air that they breathe. Perhaps, most surprising to them, would be how the affected programs that reduce air pollution will shape the state of national health for everyone.
Environment
A recent investigation appears to connect the dots between shadowy lobbying efforts by shale gas fracking company Range Resources, and the Obama EPA's decision to shut down its high-profile lawsuit against Range for allegedly contaminating groundwater in Weatherford, Texas.
Environment
Jackson, a New Orleans native with degrees in chemical engineering from Tulane and Princeton, was the first African-American
Green
In neighborhoods and communities across America, people are taking matters into their own hands. Through their individual actions, they're working to keep our air and water clean and leave a healthier future for our kids.
Environment
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Environment
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Environment
The minute we see President Obama use the powers of his presidency to end this immoral assault on America is the day we'll know he is ready to deal with a climate spiraling out of control on his watch.
Green
It's smart to back industries like wind, for a number of reasons. First, jobs in clean energy and other green sectors create pathways out of poverty and help American families thrive.
Green
On December 14, the White House is expected to release updated safeguards for soot and other fine particulate matter, requiring coal plants to cut back the amount of soot pollution they pump into our air. The regulations are modest, but would go a long way in making our communities healthier and safe.
Environment
Train protected the sanctity of the Everglades and spoke about climate change. So why are people half of Train's age so unwillingly to embrace the need of the environment to be defended?
Politics
"We have the hardest time raising money because the people we aim to serve don't understand the value of supporting candidates