After decades of irrelevance, two court decisions uphold people's right to 'clean air, pure water,' hearten activists to push for more.
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Want to find out who are Utah’s biggest corporate donors to politicians? Lawmakers quietly changed the law in 2015 to make that more difficult
The Utah Legislature is considering a bill that would cut inspection fees to EnergySolutions by $1.7 million a year — sparking a rigorous debate.
The city of Westfield, Massachusetts, has filed a lawsuit against three companies after chemical contaminants were found in two of its wells.
What can a common fish tell us about Deschutes River pollution?; Stickleback could be ‘canary in a coal mine’ on pollutants
A 3-inch fish that has slowly infiltrated the Deschutes Basin over the past few decades could prove key to understanding the impact of pollution in Central Oregon's waterways.
The electric revolution is here. But it’s not clear that Colorado policymakers are truly ready for the changes ahead.
A hydrocarbons spill near tanks at an Anadarko Petroleum well site at the north edge of Erie over the weekend spurred excavation of soil and a company promise to inform state regulators, just as a local protectors group distributes a map of myriad wells and underground pipelines.
The Minnesota DNR is wrapping up a landmark five-year investigation of the causes of the state's declining moose population, which has dropped 65 percent since 2006. The reasons are complex and research is ongoing, but wolves and deer play a role.
Two Aussie surfers have invented a rubbish bin for the sea and after finding success in Europe, will bring the you-beaut creation Down Under.
It's hard to adequately describe the importance of conch to the Bahamas. Conchs are ingrained in the culture; there are conch festivals, conch homecomings and conch-cracking competitions.
Rapidly declining water levels threaten the livelihood of some two million Kenyans that depend on the rivers.
So-called Dixie Alley has seen spike in incidents in past 30 years
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