There's been a lot of hand-wringing since the news broke over dangerous contaminants. Now, one person has decided to do something about it.
Residents and civil society groups have launched a legal challenge to stop construction of a coal power plant in the Philippine province of Palawan.
Ottawa has urged a judge to throw out a case brought by a group of young Canadians claiming their right to a safe, stable climate has been breached.
“The current approach to forestry in Ontario is resulting in the death of the boreal forest by a thousand cuts," said Brunswick House First Nation Chief Cheryl St. Denis.
The NDP rose to power in 2017 vowing to take action on climate change, old-growth management, the Trans Mountain pipeline, endangered species and more.
Ag and business groups issued a letter warning board members they may face criminal charges. Environmental groups are calling it intimidation.
The investigation is in connection with the demolition of former Army barracks in 2015 without the required removal of hazardous asbestos.
Excessive logging in British Columbia interior has 'increased the frequency, duration and magnitude' of floods, according to civil claim.
Facing millions in remediation costs, one of Australia's largest beef processors takes court action after PFAS contaminated its water supply.
School district leaders were aware of hazardous substances in the air, soil and groundwater at Northport Middle School but downplayed the community's health concerns, leading many students to suffer severe illnesses, according to a lawsuit filed in Suffolk County Supreme Court last week.
Coalspur says Minister Jonathan Wilkinson acted 'unlawfully' when he ordered a federal review of its planned Vista thermal coal mine expansion.
If you want to talk about the inequality in our economy, COVID-19, race, and silent violence in our cities, you need to start with environmental injustice.
COVID-19 has all of us cleaning more—but the products designed to kill viruses and bacteria can have dangerous health impacts. Here's how to scrub safely.
Researchers say that more microplastics pollution is getting into farm soil than oceans—and these tiny bits are showing up in our fruits, veggies, and bodies.