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The combination of oilsands mines, logging, pipelines and wellheads is changing the mix of plants and animals in some parts of the province’s northeast region, says a major report from the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute released Thursday.
Ninety health, environmental and sportsmen’s groups asked the federal government to clamp down on the release of methane gas by the petrochemical industry, asserting that the United States cannot reach its goal for reducing heat-trapping emissions without addressing the issue.
Setting up an exit from chemicals it has made for decades so it can focus on higher-growth sectors, Dow Chemical is carving out chlorine-related businesses with annual sales of $5 billion and moving them to a separate division.
Strong winds and heavy rain battered Scotland and eastern England Thursday, disrupting rail and road traffic as northwestern Europe braced for heavy storms sweeping across the North Atlantic and North Sea.
Wisconsin farms this year generated the largest volume of manure spills since 2007, including an accident by the University of Wisconsin-Madison's flagship research farm in Columbia County that produced a mile-long trail of animal waste.
The Eagle Mountain Lake area, northwest of Fort Worth, Texas, has been rattled to its foundations by a recent swarm of earthquakes, 23 in the past month alone. The area has a high concentration of natural-gas drilling operations. We need to focus on identifying the quakes’ cause.
In the field of climate change, environmentalists insist that the scientific consensus should frame policy. They should follow that principle with GM crops, and abandon a campaign that impoverishes people and the rest of the planet.
For much of the world Nelson Mandela was the icon of the age of modern liberation that started with Mahatma Gandhi and reached its height with South Africa's first democratic elections in 1994, but what is less well known is that the struggle for political freedom was closely associated with the desire to develop scientific and technological capacity.
Another “airpocalypse” has hit China. Angry at the worsening air quality, people have started to report polluters to authorities via online platforms. However, much more public participation is needed to perfect China’s environmental governance.
The connection between banking and the environment may not seem obvious at first, but it runs deep. To learn more, Ensia recently spoke with Diana Glassman, head of Environmental Affairs for TD Bank, a retail bank with approximately 1,300 branches in the eastern United States.
Two class-action lawsuits were filed against General Mills on Thursday by residents in the Como neighborhood of southeast Minneapolis, where state-ordered testing has shown troubling concentrations of the pollutant TCE in soil below their homes.
The United States will help China implement stricter emission standards for vehicles in a bid to help the world's biggest carbon emitter tackle rampant air pollution, the White House announced on Thursday.
The Air Quality Index of Shanghai exceeded 400 this morning to reach the "severe" category, the highest in a six-tier national rating system, according to the Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Center.
Spurned by one country after another in recent weeks, the roughly 1,000 metric tons of toxics may be eliminated miles away from any port, under the supervision of trained U.S. technicians in protective suits.
A case involving the disposal of industrial wastewater pits two interests that are dear to many Texans against each other: oil and gas resources versus private property rights.
Environmental and industry advocates say a proposed air emissions reporting permit issued last week for BHP Billiton Ltd.'s San Juan Coal Mine in northwestern New Mexico is the first – or among the first – ever proposed for a coal mine.
In the fight over hydraulic fracturing in California, opponents of the drilling process frequently argue that restrictions are needed because of the potential for a massive oil boom in the state. Now a report says that the hype over the Monterey Shale may be overblown.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, there have been 19 small earthquakes in the vicinity of Azle, Texas, since Nov. 6. People there are beginning to get alarmed and are asking for answers, said Alan Brundrett, mayor of this bedroom community about 20 miles northwest of Fort Worth.
Japan is finding the alternatives to nuclear power pollute more or come with higher fuel costs, limiting Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s scope to reshape the energy industry almost three years after the meltdown in Fukushima.
Women who were exposed to air pollution during pregnancy tended to give birth to slightly lighter babies, in a new study from New York City. A series of studies has suggested air pollution may be harmful during pregnancy, but the issue remains unresolved.