In one Montana ag basin, drinking wells test at twice the federal health standard for nitrate pollution. That's a problem on many levels. Montana State researchers are working with farmers to solve it.
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The culprit appears to be small particles released by combustion, researchers say.
Report warns that without major changes, environment plan will fail.
It's not just you, it's all of us.
The U.S. military has been praised for starting to address climate change, but a report for Congress finds risks aren't tracked well enough at facilities overseas.
Bethel Brock’s long fight with a mining company and the U.S. government isn’t over. He won benefits—but only starting from 2015. And then the bill arrived.
An environmental investigation is being undertaken by Defence into PFAS levels in the environment
CH2M stops demolition work at Hanford nuclear reservation’s Plutonium Finishing Plant after workers might have inhaled airborne radioactive particles.
It promises “war room” style media monitoring.
Tacoma, Washington, found that giving homeless people access to water boosts comfort, health, and dignity, and reduces pollution.
A state renewable energy program is sending millions of dollars of ratepayer subsidies to Baltimore's biggest polluter, the Wheelabrator incinerator. Community activists in South Baltimore are trying to increase recycling to essentially put the incinerator out of business.
Lost fishing nets, plastic twine, plastic packaging, balloon string, plastic chairs - all this trash is rising in our oceans. None of it is good for sea turtles.