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The brand commissioned a study to find out how many synthetic microfibers—the tiny bits of plastic that marine scientists say could be jeopardizing our oceans—are shed from its jackets in the wash. The results aren't pretty.
Gov. Kate Brown again called for a moratorium on oil trains in Oregon, after federal regulators released findings Thursday that blamed this month's fiery derailment and spill in the Columbia River Gorge on Union Pacific's failure to maintain its tracks.
From gunpowder to Nylon to Kevlar, the research-based giant has dominated the state for centuries.
Senators have a bipartisan deal to require labeling of genetically modified ingredients nationally, a week before a labeling law in Vermont goes into effect.
Scientists studying the Zika outbreak in Brazil say previous exposure to another mosquito-borne virus, dengue, may exacerbate the potency of Zika infection.
Renowned Antarctic conservationist Robert Swan told about 150 people at the Toledo Zoo’s Museum of Science on Thursday the world must embrace renewable energy on a larger scale to help slow catastrophic global effects of climate change.
Animated and interactive graphics describe the connection between oil and gas production and human-caused earthquakes.
Volkswagen will reportedly pay up to $7,000 apiece to owners of its diesel cars that were rigged to cheat U.S. emission standards under a $10 billion settlement that is scheduled to be submitted to a federal judge next week.
Britain’s departure from the EU will force broad changes to the bloc’s energy and climate policies, and remove a crucial ally for Central Europeans — but it will also give London far more freedom to pursue nuclear projects.
Tests confirm cancer-causing toxics have infiltrated recycled water systems used to irrigate market gardens, businesses, parks and a primary school in Adelaide’s north.
Edinburgh RAAF base is suspected of being the source of the pollution.
Oregon Health & Science University has shut down six drinking fountains with high lead levels in Southwest Portland.
A survey of antibiotic resistance in disease-causing bacteria found Australian pets and livestock had low rates of resistance to critically important drugs, compared with higher rates around the world.
To understand why the European Union has such a bad reputation with many citizens and businesses, the protracted fight over weedkiller glyphosate is a good place to start.
The California commission accused of growing too close to Pacific Gas and Electric Co. on Thursday approved an 85 percent jump in the amount of money the utility collects from customers to spend on its natural gas pipelines, saying the money would fund badly needed safety work.
Closing California’s last nuclear plant is welcome, so long as it doesn't hamper the state's climate change goals.
Gov. Jerry Brown’s climate change legacy will be put at risk if the closing of Diablo Canyon leads to an increase in the use of fossil fuels.
To both parties in Congress, we say: The tiny Zika organism doesn’t care one whit about your acrimony, your blame-throwing, your delays.
When doctors in rural Italy began to see a surge in cancer cases, they were baffled. Then they made the link with industrial waste being dumped by local crime syndicates.
Every year, half a million babies die before they are one-month-old due to a lack of clean water and safe sanitation in hospitals.
Marking the latest significant oil spill in California and underscoring the hazards of the oil and natural gas industry along the Central Coast, an open pipeline valve sent thousands of gallons of crude oil down into an arroyo that flows through the city of Ventura.
Health officials say filtered Flint tap water is now safe enough for children and pregnant women to drink.