The Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin alleges the feds have neglected their duty to oversee wetland permitting for controversial Michigan mine
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As more Chinese crave Western-style diets, the booming nation rushes to industrialize an agricultural economy long built around small farms.
People inhale soot and noxious fumes from the car-laden highways encircling their historically black community.
An international study has found extensive lead contamination around lead battery recycling plants in Nigeria and six additional African countries.
While the future of the Hudson River cleanup remains unknown, the public has called on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to continue the removal of PCBs.
Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Monday blasted President Trump's move to allow increased offshore drilling, saying he ought to drill in the waters off his Palm Beach, Fla., resort rather than California.
Targeted tests of homes served by the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority have again exceeded a key federal threshold for lead contamination, the utility said Monday.
By 2100, at least 10 cities are predicted to have populations over 50 million. How can society keep pace?
Pollution in the atmosphere is having an unexpected consequence, scientists say—it's helping to cool the climate, masking some of the global warming that's occurred so far.
State and county emergency management officials said a natural gas well fire in eastern Oklahoma was out and secure after an explosion injured one and left five workers unaccounted for Monday.
The Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria has asked the Lagos State Government to terminate any agreement it may have entered into with Visionscape in the water sector as its performance in waste management has shown that it will also throw the water sector into crisis.
Silencing Science Tracker "tracks government attempts to restrict or prohibit scientific research, education or discussion, or the publication or use of scientific information"
By 2050 many of the world's major cities will face surface water shortages, spurring regional conflict and competition for scarce resources.