Donna Ballinger wipes a hand against her windshield to reveal the black soot that drifts regularly to her home from the coke oven at AK Steel. "It's horrible," said Ballinger, 56.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler sought to portray some of the agency's most significant regulatory rollbacks as environmentally friendly.
States and local jurisdictions in the Chesapeake Bay watershed are working toward water quality goals for the Bay and its rivers.
Called the Protect America's Children from Toxic Pesticides Act of 2020, the bill provides a framework for fixing what sponsors Sen. Tom Udall (D-New Mexico) and Rep. Joe Neguse (D-Colorado) dub America's "broken and outdated" pesticide regulatory system.
What do a coal mining company, a local church and a community college have in common? They all asked for leniency from the state, arguing the coronavirus pandemic is interfering with their ability to comply with laws that protect the public from pollution.
A new study of water quality in Martin County shows county's notoriously unreliable water system was in compliance with overall Environmental Protection Agency regulations, although improvements are still needed to build citizens' trust and reduce high amounts of contaminants during the summer and early fall.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says that endangered species protections for a certain population segment of the Arctic grayling are no longer necessary, claiming the future for the long-beleaguered fish is “shining brightly."
The Trump administration on Wednesday made public the federal government's first proposal to control planet-warming pollution from airplanes, but the draft regulation would not push the airlines beyond emissions limits they have set for themselves.
President Trump used props to highlight his deregulation efforts. But the president's opponents are preparing for the end of his time in office and are crafting plans for erasing his legacy.
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.
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.