Bringing down the grid is a lot harder than just flicking a switch, but the danger is real — and it may never go away.
The Trump administration has made some dangerous changes to environmental policy, but the damage so far has been less than it initially appeared, according to former Vice-President Al Gore.
In the U.K., councils are facing calls to ban the use of a controversial weedkiller after a landmark legal decision in the US.
A $400bn industry is exposed in a horrifying look at a string of products that have wreaked havoc on patients, often involving unexpected metal poisoning.
According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, just 4.4 percent of workers in the mining sector were unionized as of 2017. Fossil fuel companies have historically been hostile and, in some cases, violent toward unionization efforts, and coal companies throughout Appalachia and elsewhere have systematically busted unions in the sector via automation and hiring out-of-state workers.
Environmental advocates are getting a strong whiff of justice from American courthouses lately, and oddly, the victories smell worse than the setbacks.
Male starlings were less attracted—and more aggressive—to females given antidepressants. Study is the latest to suggest drug-tainted wastewater is messing with wildlife.
Studies conducted in the late 1970s and early 1980s were kept under wraps by chemical companies as pollution spread across the US, according to an editorial published today
If environmental advocates really expect a seismic shift in party sympathies in the midterm elections, they'd do well to look away, look away from Dixieland. It's a mess.
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