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To embrace the Earth as truly alive is a step too far even for many committed environmentalists, writes Charles Eisenstein: worried that others may perceive us as unscientific, childish, woolly-headed and ridiculous. But it's a step we must take: in refusing to recognise the living Gaia that is both our creator and our home, we accept and perpetuate the philosophy of her destroyers.
The United Nations asked countries to invest at least 20% of their transport budgets to create such infrastructure to save lives, reverse pollution and reduce carbon emissions.
Mayor Byron Brown announced a series of new initiatives that he said go above and beyond what the federal Environmental Protection Agency requires water utilities to do to ensure drinking water is safe from lead.
Government spending, to identify chemicals of concern, could be significantly reduced if companies provided full disclosure of substances in materials and products, says the executive director of the Swetox Research Center.
The massive leak at Aliso Canyon prompted a task force to convene and discuss ways to keep more than 400 facilities nationwide safer.
Recipe wizard Mark Bittman dishes on how the next president could overhaul the system.
The Pollution Control Department will sue Rajburi Ethanol Co for allowing molasses wastewater to leak into the Mae Klong River, killing many giant stingrays and other aquatic life.
The EPA's inspector general says the agency had the authority and ‘sufficient information’ to address lead contamination seven months before it finally took action.
The EPA had the legal authority to intervene in the Flint, Mich., water crisis months before it actually did, according to a report by the agency’s inspector general.
Replacing St. Louis school drinking fountains that have lead contamination is taking longer than expected.
Officials expect it will be at least a few more weeks before all drinking fountains at St. Louis Public Schools are free of high levels of lead and back in service.
The disease costs of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are much higher in the US than in Europe, says an international team of researchers.
Actress Shailene Woodley was arrested last week and charged with criminal trespassing and engaging in a riot. She pled not guilty on Wednesday. This is her first full statement in response to what happened.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency had the authority and information to take decisive action on the lead contamination of Flint's drinking water in June of 2015 -- seven months before it actually acted, a federal watchdog said Thursday.
Authorities never told Dave Ross, but dangerous toxic waste lurks among the cobbles and sediment in Johnson Creek as it winds right behind his home in a heavily wooded Southeast Portland neighborhood.
A long legacy of industrial pollution has made the Ohio the archetype of a "working" river. But for cities and towns along its near-thousand-mile course, restoring the river could be critical to their future.
More aid is needed to prevent a dire situation from becoming a "catastrophe", U.N. agencies said on Thursday.
Tensions are heating up between India and Pakistan over key water sources in Kashmir, with India threatening to revoke the nearly 60-year-old Indus Water Treaty.
As flood waters recede, the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina is assessing damage and charting a path toward recovery for thousands of members who lost everything from a season’s food supply to entire homes and businesses.
A Greek shipping magnate is expected to learn Friday how much he’ll have to cough up for dumping thousands of gallons of oily water into the Pacific Ocean as his crews tried to hide the mess.
For years California and county officials have had a map that shows an underground plume of the toxic chemical trichloroethylene that stretches from a former aerospace firm in El Cajon down slope for more than a mile toward the county airport, Gillespie Field.