My inbox is choked with vapid story pitches that proclaim "Every Day Is Earth Day." This happens once every 365 days. It doesn't really help.
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Denis Hayes was the principal national organizer of the first Earth Day in 1970, and he took the event to the international stage in 1990. He is board chair of the international Earth Day Network, and President of the Bullitt Foundation. Earth Day 2018 is slated for April 22 and focuses on plastic pollution, so Mongabay …
On the eighth anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon rig explosion that set off the worst oil spill in U.S. history, thousands of workers BP hired to clean up its mess say exposure to oil and chemicals made them sick. About 22,700 of them have been paid under a 2012 class-action settlement, but the average claim paid about $2,940.
And thousands of other medical claimants are still awaiting their day in court.
Former EPA Administrator Christine Todd Whitman assesses the impact of the current Administrator, Scott Pruitt. It isn't pretty.
From grassroots to global, these initiatives aim to counter our most pressing environmental issues.
A 20-year experiment spots a reversal in the way two kinds of plants take up extra carbon from the atmosphere.
A local activist who ran into Scott Pruitt's entourage at a Northwest Indiana Superfund site is the only reason that the press, public, and even most EPA employees knew of the visit.
The NRDC is one of a group of environmental nonprofits fighting the Trump administration’s aggressive attempts to roll back environmental protections. They’ve been very busy.
Our understanding of Earth — and how we’re changing it — just keeps expanding.
Climate change could radically reshape our world.
New report finds more than 66,000 tons of used electronics was sent to Nigeria in 2015 and 2016; about a quarter was illegal e-waste. The waste is full of toxics.
State and Allegheny County Health Department are both late in updating plans to address harmful particulate matter pollution