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70% of Steve’s farm was contaminated and he lost his organic certification. In a world first, he is suing his GM neighbour for damages.
A memo released quietly by regulators earlier this year has carved a major loophole in West Virginia’s rules restricting the amount of waste that can be accepted by the state’s landfills, all with the intent to ease a burgeoning problem caused by the boom in gas drilling, environmentalists say.
A deadly winter storm caused power failures and flight cancellations in Dallas on Saturday, while sleet and freezing rain were forecast for much of the Tennessee Valley and the mid-Atlantic on Sunday.
A Mexican senate committee on Saturday proposed the most dramatic oil reform in decades that would open the country’s beleaguered, state-run sector to private companies and investment.
Pipelines are a safe, proven way to transport oil. The president needs to look at the big picture here and support this transformation instead of blocking it.
The Food Safety Modernization Act was supposed to focus resources on higher-risk large operations. But the FDA’s draft rules are so inflexible that they ensnare too many small farmers. The rules should be redone and sent out for a second round of public comment.
China must find a way different from the industrialization in the West to build ecological civilization and realize sustainable development, which concerns the future of both the nation and the world.
While many existing oil and gas reserves in other parts of the world are facing steep decline, the Arctic is thought to possess vast untapped reservoirs. But In the end, no extra measure of oil and natural gas is worth the destruction of pristine wilderness or the onset of an Arctic arms race.
It is almost impossible to overstate the impact of the shale gas and shale oil boom in the United States. Is it possible that the boom in the U.S. can be exported to the U.K.?
Olympic sailors gathered at Guanabara Bay to compete in a local event on Saturday, but primarily they came to check out the venue for the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro. Many didn’t like what they saw. "I’ve been sailing all over the world for 20 years now, and this is the most polluted place I’ve ever been," said Allan Norregaard.
A major clean-up operation is continuing on the east coast of England after 1,400 homes were flooded in the worst storm surge for 60 years.
Sometimes it seems that backwoods Russia is one big Detroit. A dark cloud hangs over the country's dying towns and cities and the more than 16 million people who live in them. The Soviet experiment of planned industries in the middle of nowhere is over.
U.S. oil major Chevron halted exploration works for shale gas in eastern Romania for the second time in two months on Saturday after anti-fracking protesters broke through wire mesh fences around the site.
Temperatures are rising faster in the winter than in the summer, a trend that will likely have a profound impact on the tourism sector. Host Scott Simon speaks with Auden Schendler, of the Aspen Skiing Company, about how climate change is influencing the winter sports.
Australia's Greens are calling for a permanent end to operations at the Ranger uranium mine in the Northern Territory after a radioactive spill at the site yesterday morning.
The massive smog cloud choking the eastern provinces since midweek expanded northwards to Beijing yesterday. Shanghai residents saw air pollution levels ease slightly.
Identifying the dead after any disaster is a grisly, tedious task. In Tacloban, a seaside provincial capital of 220,000 that was directly in the storm's path, it has been all the more devastating because of the typhoon's extraordinary power combined with a poorly organized, often chaotic identification process in the weeks since.
A project to clean up groundwater contamination in the residential area near the Wyoming Air National Guard Base is making progress. Officials told local residents Thursday that well samples show lower concentrations of potentially dangerous chemicals than were detected last year.
The provincial government is looking to tighten regulation around cosmetic pesticides, but health and environment groups are saying British Columbia should follow the lead of other provinces and ban them outright.
Japanese scientists and academics are warning that legislation threatening prison terms for those who divulge and publish what the government deems a state secret threatens academic freedom and the public’s right to know.