Illegal cannabis grows take a toll on public lands.
A remote region of the Peruvian Amazon is being invaded by farmers who are rapidly clearing mature forests for farms to grow coca.
What we can do to protect our water now Attendees at The State of Long Island's Water panel discussion, cohosted by the North Shore Land Alliance, North Country Garden Club and The Nature Conservancy, recently learned that Long Island's water resources, both ground and surface waters, are contaminated by excess nitrogen from human septic systems.
Divers are planning to collect zebra and quagga mussels this week in Muskegon. It's part of a national effort to study chemical pollution, called Mussel Watch.
Insects near streams are taking in loads of pharmaceutical drugs and can pass the compounds on to predators higher in the food chain, such as frogs, birds and bats, according to a new study.
Insects near waste water could give a platypus or trout half a human dose of antidepressants.
Mexico's drug cartels are moving into the gasoline industry — infiltrating the national oil company, selling stolen fuel on the black market and engaging in open war with the military.
Female birds on antidepressants don't excite potential mates the way their drug-free counterparts do, raising concerns that environmental exposure to the drugs could impact populations, according to new research.
Tiny amounts of cocaine flushed into rivers cause eels to become not only hyperactive but to suffer from muscle wastage, impaired gills and hormonal changes, a study has found.
With many a daily flush of a toilet, a dilute cocktail of chemical compounds we excrete, from hormones to antidepressants to caffeine to nicotine, are sluiced into the sewers of American life, eventually making their way into municipal wastewater treatment plants.
Despite the mounting concerns over lead exposure from wild game, lead ammunition use continues as hunters and their families remain unaware or deeply mistrustful of the dangers
New study bolsters evidence that certain chemicals may alter social development—but also reinforces the protective effect of folic acid during pregnancy
EHN is teaming up with The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health to bring you the voices of next generation environmental health leaders
Trump's environmental protection rollbacks quietly continue, but there are more signs of climate awakening in TV news.