Only 16% of rivers, lakes and coastal waters meet minimum ecological criteria, agency says.
Seven of eight hazardous-waste facilities that accept offsite waste in Michigan are in disproportionately Black, lower-income communities in metro Detroit.
Thawing permafrost linked to global warming forced an expenditure of nearly $20 million on water storage and discharge management.
Gaza authorities announced last week the first COVID-19 case in the Palestinian enclave that was spread through the community, raising fears that a larger outbreak might occur.
Increase comes four months after heavy spring freshet caused company to dump 43 million litres of untreated wastewater at its Eagle Gold mine.
The floating gas plant will see up to 180 Olympic swimming pools worth of chlorinated water discharged every day into Western Port.
When the state's top utility regulator asked stakeholders whether utilities should be able to resume shutting off nonpaying customers, the split between the yeas and the nays was stark.
On March 26, while much of the world had shut down, Upper Potomac Riverkeeper Brent Walls was in the field.
After finding pharmaceuticals in sea squirts, Tel Aviv University researchers urge public to take unused medicines to clinics or pharmacies.
The big three sources - wastewater and stormwater runoff from neighborhoods and agriculture. Virginia is on track to reduce pollution from wastewater treatment plants, but it remains a problem in the James and York Rivers.
Big Bend is undergoing a thoughtful, patient exercise to achieve a unique goal in Texas: Tilting the balance between shareholders and stakeholders more favorably to those intent on preserving what is sacred in this rugged territory.
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.
Employees and the union allege minimal enforcement by Ontario's Ministry of Labour is to blame for lax oversight at a plant already linked to cross-border air pollution in the region.
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.