The Hopi tribe is taking on an Arizona ski resort over its use of artificial snow: 'People compare it to baptizing a baby with reclaimed water.'
Top toxics story
Climate skeptics are rallying from a recent defeat by promoting another candidate who has questioned humans' role in climate change for a top White House environment job.
Globally, sea ice is at record lows as the polar regions warm faster than the rest of the planet. Along the Alaska coast, it's affecting people's lives.
Funding for farm conservation programs would be slashed by $13 billion over 10 years, impacting the environment and farmers alike.
Trump still hasn’t filled the top role at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Critics are blasting the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for dramatically lowering a fine on agribusiness company Syngenta for violations of pesticide regulations.
In a surprising study, scientists say everyday chemicals now rival cars as a source of air pollution
Many kinds of consumer and industrial products are increasingly dominant sources of key emissions.
Looking for a way to help a sustainable food system grow, Cullen Naumoff turned to nature.
An environmental group says that Pennsylvania's gas drilling industry is releasing much more methane into the atmosphere than the state is reporting.
Daniel Sarewitz aims to put his ideas in front of power players without enabling a president who seems as likely to destroy science as to reform it.
The Ashland-Nyanza Project uses color to promote history and healing.
As federal environmental action lags, states are "filling in the gaps," according to a new analysis. More than one hundred state policies tackling toxics will be considered in 2018.
Low levels of oil and gas production chemicals cause abnormal mammary glands and pre-cancerous lesions in female mice