Michigan combat center tests positive for contamination.

A combat center in northern Michigan has become the third military installation in the state to test positive for contaminated groundwater.

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Former US military base sites in South Korea heavy with contamination.

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These food and beverage companies are leading on conservation.

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Why Southern Nevada is fighting to build a 250-mile water pipeline.

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Trump’s global resorts put profit first, environment last, critics say.

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In-depth firefighting foam contamination tests at Albatross and Jervis Bay.

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A landmark California plan puts floodplains back in business.

SOMETHING MONUMENTAL HAPPENED on August 25 in California water management that received almost no media attention: It became official policy to reconnect the state’s major rivers with their floodplains.

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The EPA acts more like a friend and less like a regulator of utilities.

The premise underlying nearly a half century of U.S. environmental law is that no one has a right to poison the air and water that all Americans consume. Under Scott Pruitt’s direction, the Environmental Protection Agency seems just fine with increasing Americans’ exposure to industrial toxins as long as it fulfills President Donald Trump’s promise to revive the nation’s moribund coal industry.

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Clean water vs. farm profits at heart of fertilizer-rule debate.

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