Oil could have helped secure the future of Ecuador’s indigenous communities. Instead, it’s threatening them.
Report finds a third of young adults buy new festive sweater every year.
BP has increased its stake in the British solar venture Lightsource BP as it prepares to strike a deal to power its offices with renewable energy from next year.
Scottish Power plans to squeeze more renewable electricity from its onshore windfarms by covering the ground beside the turbines with photovoltaic panels and batteries.
Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda and the UK's largest asset manager are among 87 major companies and investors who have written to Brazil's far-right president, Jair Bolsonaro, urging his government to stop further deforestation of the Amazon for soy production.
Cottage Grove is cleaning up its water, and 3M is paying for it. The city announced Tuesday that it plans to build a $2 million station to filter water from the city's polluted wells.
The number of insurers withdrawing cover for coal projects more than doubled this year and for the first time US companies have taken action, leaving Lloyd's of London and Asian insurers as the "last resort" for fossil fuels, according to a new report.
The government has heavily redacted a secret report into the fracking industry after it was forced to comply with a court order for its release.
In the desolate search for good news on the global warming file, Canadians should take some comfort from the United Nations' naming of Mark Carney as its next special envoy on climate. But not too much.
"Beekeeping has been something I've done for all my life. It's one of those things that gets in your blood and once it's in your blood, it's hard to shake it."
How powerful institutions are criminalizing populations by locking people up and deeming them undeserving of clean air, water and healthy housing.
EHN.org investigation finds regulatory push to discredit independent evidence of harm while favoring pro-industry science despite significant shortcomings.
Researchers say federal agencies use highly inaccurate tests to estimate exposure to BPA—findings that extend to multiple other harmful chemicals that get into our bodies