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The city teachers' union Thursday continued to put pressure on the School Committee to drop its appeal of a state decision allowing the association to test for potentially hazardous chemicals in two city high schools.
Lawmakers, advocates argue that mandatory testing of pipes in schools is a critical first step to tackling the problem.
Out where people live, they like clean air and water. If Republicans gut the EPA budget, they'll find that out.
Clinging to coal as if it were a long-term solution will only set us back in necessary efforts to invest and invent and train for a cleaner, infinite future that will benefit everyone.
Montana has more at risk than most states as the Trump Administration takes aim at the Environmental Protection Agency.
South Sudan's government is mainly to blame for famine in parts of the war-torn country, yet President Salva Kiir is still boosting his forces using millions of dollars from oil sales, according to a confidential United Nations report.
The White House budget blueprint to shrink the EPA proposes cuts to chemical, pesticide and research programs—such as a screening program for hormonally active chemicals—that companies may want to support, an attorney told Bloomberg BNA.
Long criticized as toothless, capital’s environmental watchdog finally bares its teeth.
Yolanda Mendoza makes the most of time spent with her children after battling stage 4 non-Hodgkins lymphoma for more than a year.
Environmental advocates and members of an Indian tribe who live nearby hailed the closure Thursday of an embattled coal-fired NV Energy power plant 40 miles north of Las Vegas.
Even though the topic can be controversial, some doctors plan to start talking with their patients and communities about climate change.
Lawyers representing residents in Oakey say they have the final clearance to commence a class action against the Department of Defence.
Much of the agency’s state-level work would be eliminated or sharply reduced by President Trump’s proposed budget, which cuts the E.P.A. more than any other agency.
President Trump’s budget blueprint, released Thursday morning, is supposed to lay out the administration priorities, and science is clearly not among them. It deals sweeping cuts to science and health agency budgets, including specific programs.
Somali Islamists are letting civilians in drought-hit regions under their control move with relative freedom to find food, the group and a U.N. official said on Thursday, but they are continuing to restrict the access of international aid groups.
Mustafa Ali, a former EPA environmental justice leader who served more than two decades with the agency, explains the consequences of President Trump's budget proposal.
With an estimated 38,000 California children suffering behavioral impacts from eating synthetic food dyes, a state senator hopes his bill will do what the federal government won’t.
A First Nations lobby group will support remote communities looking to make transition - and tackle climate change.
As the Trump Administration proposes massive cuts to everything from housing programs to environmental enforcement, the de Blasio Administration is vowing to fight back and resist a budget proposal that it calls detrimental to New Yorkers.
At one end of the scale, men continue to dominate. But at the other end of the scale, men of all races and ethnicities are dropping out of the work force, abusing opioids and falling behind women in both college attendance and graduation rates.