City officials are inviting residents to a public meeting to learn about options for better tracking a plume of toxic chemical pollution spreading through the area’s groundwater.
Dozens of residents and activists attended listening sessions the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency held regarding coal ash pollution in Will County.
It was a Sunday tradition at Bethany Slavic Missionary Church. After morning services, Florin Ciuriuc joined the line of worshipers waiting to fill their jugs with gallons of free drinking water from a well on the property, a practice church leaders had encouraged.
During a tour of Chemours last week, plant manager Brian Long stopped near a maze of pipes to explain new carbon adsorption systems that the company says are reducing airborne emissions of GenX and other potentially harmful fluorochemicals by 92 percent from 2017 levels.
The multi-year effort to remove contaminated soil from the Upper Blackfoot Mining Complex is entering its final phase but state officials say it will take many years of monitoring before they know how well the cleanup is working.
Jill Hunkler's cottage is flanked by four oil and gas well pads that EPA cited in 2016 for allegedly spewing organ-damaging air pollution. But after Gulfport Energy asked EPA Chief of Staff Ryan Jackson for help, serious violations at those wells and a dozen other nearby sites remain unresolved.
It is “possible" that a major industrial fire in Rouen last week produced dioxin emissions, the head of a French environmental agency said Wednesday.
Five days after a massive fire ravaged a chemicals factory in Rouen, anxious parents and environmental activists are unconvinced by the government's assurances that the air and water are safe.
Communities of color are the hardest hit both economically and environmentally by the industrial collapse and failing environmental regulations on polluting industries.
PFAS are “forever chemicals": They take thousands of years to break down - and can remain in our bodies for decades.
Wild forest and peatland fires across Kalimantan and Sumatra in Indonesia are putting nearly 10 million children in the country at risk from air pollution, a United Nations agency warned.
350 individuals and 50 groups in Southwestern PA's fracking country are urging the governor to hear from impacted communities