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A company hired by the U.S. Department of Defense has started testing groundwater at the base to identify the extent of perfluorinated compound contamination at sites where firefighting foam was used.
The nation's largest electric company is negotiating with North Carolina's environment agency over a $6.6 million fine to punish Duke Energy for a big spill of liquefied coal ash.
The center of the fight for our planet’s future shifts. But this week it’s on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation straddling the border between North Dakota and South Dakota.
The EPA estimated in 2012 that 57 percent of 1,271 properties in the residential neighborhood north of the former USS Lead facility needed to be cleaned up for either lead or arsenic.
Amid public outcry, school officials said Monday that they will remove soil with elevated levels of the brain-damaging metal from two elementary schools near the closed Exide Technologies battery recycling plant.
Federal regulators believe “there is a significant possibility” that recent earthquakes in North Texas are linked to oil and gas activity, even if state regulators won’t say so.
Abysmal healthcare, limited access to clean water, unbridled mining activities and extreme violence caused by the country’s armed conflict and drug trafficking have pushed the “chocoanos” over the limit.
About a dozen kids got an introduction to solar energy in a pilot program held this summer at a church in north Minneapolis where a community solar array will be installed later this year.
Indonesian fishermen from East Nusa Tenggara kicked off their legal battle on Monday at an Australian court, demanding justice for an oil spill in the Montara oil field that has destroyed their livelihoods for the past seven years.
A pollution monitor near some of the state's biggest coal mines has been found to generate wild data swings - even negative ones - despite receiving preliminary approval from the NSW Environment Protection Authority.
The residents of Newburgh, N.Y., have no idea how long they have been drinking water laced with perfluorooctane sulfonate.
U.S. Rep. Murphy, D-Jupiter, said the $1.1 billion Republican funding package to fight Zika, was full of “poison pills” including de-funding health clinics and suspending pesticide restrictions.
While India makes strides in moving toward a power surplus, pollution is worsening and access to electricity remains a distant promise for millions.
A long-awaited compact, a massive water system and energized youth bring hope for Crow water woes. A Sacred Water story.
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The virus causes birth defects, a factor that might influence some views on abortion.
Record flooding in Louisiana may promote spread of the virus.
The drier, warmer autumn weather that's becoming more common due to climate change may extend summer smog well into the fall in the Southeastern U.S. in the years ahead, according to a study published on Monday.
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Last week brought news that Wen Hair Care, a celebrity endorsed “sulfate-free” shampoo and conditioner line is preparing a $26.5m settlement after a class action lawsuit over thousands of complaints of hair loss and skin rashes.