Residents around Grayling Township should expect to see additional water sampling activity throughout the coming year as state and federal officials continue an ongoing PFAS investigation around Camp Grayling facilities.
There's a new weapon in legal cases against large emitters: scientific studies that show the links between a carbon source and climate impacts like rising seas. Here's how energy companies are trying to discredit the researchers.
On the campaign trail, President Biden promised that his Department of Justice would "strategically support" lawsuits against the biggest corporate polluters. Now, that pledge is being put to the test.
As oil and gas supermajors face legal scrutiny for their role in causing climate change, environmental lawyers are turning their attention to another leading source of planet-warming emissions: the auto industry.
If President Biden follows through on expectations that he'll broaden the scope of Clean Water Act jurisdiction, he'll likely have an environmental lawyer skilled in the nuances of water law defending his every move.
After a unanimous vote by the Kern County Board of Supervisors to reinstate streamlined drilling permits, local oil producers said they were looking forward to a more predictable regulatory structure, while an opponent pledged to challenge the measure.
Human-caused global heating is directly responsible for the threat of a devastating flood in Peru that is the subject of a lawsuit against the German energy company RWE, according to groundbreaking new research.
Here are the responses we've gotten so far from politicians about our study that found Pennsylvania families living near fracking wells are being exposed to high levels of harmful industrial chemicals.