Kathy Costello updates environmental news and local events Monday-Saturday at 10:30 a.m., and Monday-Friday afternoons at 1:40 on WNKU.
Winter’s grasp on the earth has many gardeners itching to get back outside and plant vegetables and flowers when spring arrives.
EPA has released “America’s Children and the Environment, Third Edition,” a comprehensive compilation of information from a variety of sources on children’s health and the environment.
The Southwest Ohio Air Quality Agency provides classroom presentations on air quality that are free and designed to meet Ohio Academic Content Standards.
Do you want to save money and also help the environment?
The US EPA is seeking public comments on a proposed plan to reduce sewer overflows to Lower Mill Creek.
Leaving a car idling may be one of the greatest eco-offenses a motorist can commit, but it's also one of the easiest to stop.
According to the Metropolitan Sewer District, every year, about 14.1 billion gallons of raw sewage mixed with storm water overflows from our sewers, contaminating local streams and rivers.
The 2nd “Global Green USA Green School Makeover Competition” gives K-12 schools across America the chance to enter to win a green makeover, as well as prizes towards sustainability upgrades for runner-ups.
The Greater Cincinnati Earth Coalition is inviting seventh through 12th-grade students, to compete in the Cincinnati Earth Day Celebration logo design contest. Entries will be used for the 43nd Earth Day Celebration at Sawyer Point on April 20th.
January has been designated as National Radon Action Month. Radon is a radioactive gas produced when uranium in soil decays; it can be found all over the United States.