Young Black people, Indigenous people, and people of color at the center of environmental justice movements are often overlooked.
it is troubling to learn of the disparities in lead poisoning among Connecticut children: Hispanic children are 1.4 times as likely to be poisoned as non-Hispanic children, and black children remain more than twice as likely to have lead poisoning as white children.
After years of chemical contamination concerns in North Alabama, 3M appears to be changing its approach on the cleanup of its chemicals.
Martha Robertson said she's never been worried about her safety — even after a 1989 explosion killed two workers and shattered all her windows.
Studies have shown that populations living around refineries, often people of color and low-income, have worse asthma.
The meeting was called to articulate a response to the Bolsonaro administration's aggressive actions against the country's indigenous population.
New study bolsters evidence that certain chemicals may alter social development—but also reinforces the protective effect of folic acid during pregnancy
"The mindless clinging to outdated science is detrimental to public health and to the development of good science"
The failure to ban asbestos has resulted in widespread and potentially deadly chronic risks that reach down to our youngest citizens and their teachers.
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
Coal, oil and gas have given communities across the U.S. both steady paychecks and devastating pollution. It's time to make health a priority in meeting our energy demands.