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Illinois River work to decrease phosphorus needs to be open, group says, while Arkansas farmers wonder what more they can be asked to do

Environmental advocates in Oklahoma want any proposed solutions to pollution from Arkansas to be more open to the public, speaking in the aftermath of a federal court ruling poultry litter puts too much phosphorus into the Illinois River.
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Public lands are not neutral. We must grapple with their racist roots

Public lands are not neutral. We must grapple with their racist roots

Green spaces should feel like everyone’s backyard.

public lands

Los parques naturales no son neutrales. Debemos enfrentarnos a sus raíces racistas

Los espacios verdes deberían sentirse como un patio trasero para todes.

NICU phthalate

What will it take to give babies a phthalate-free start in the world?

It is currently impossible to have a completely phthalate-free neonatal intensive care unit in the U.S. Health experts say that needs to change.

WATCH: Pete Myers and Tyrone Hayes reflect on tremendous progress in the environmental health field

WATCH: Pete Myers and Tyrone Hayes reflect on tremendous progress in the environmental health field

"It isn't one scientific finding that accomplishes a structural change in science. It's a drumbeat — one after the other — for decades."

PFAS Testing

Investigation: PFAS on our shelves and in our bodies

Testing finds concerning chemicals in everything from sports bras to ketchup, including in brands labeled PFAS-free.

oil and gas wells pollution

What happens if the largest owner of oil and gas wells in the US goes bankrupt?

Diversified Energy’s liabilities exceed its assets, according to a new report, sparking concerns about whether taxpayers will wind up paying to plug its 70,000 wells.