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When the North American Free Trade Agreement was negotiated, environmentalists warned that it would create a race to the bottom: Countries would compete to gut environmental rules to attract businesses. While those fears were not realized, the trade deal still had unforeseen environmental consequences.
Using time-tested methods and new technologies, scientists are coming closer to solving the mystery of why birds are dying from Type E botulism — a crucial step toward determining whether anything can be done to prevent future die-offs.
Toxic air pollution may be pulverizing the alveoli of hundreds of millions of Chinese but it is also making them more equal, more humorous and even more intelligent, state media claimed on Monday.
The emergence of hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” as a major source of domestic oil and gas has often put energy companies and environmentalists at bitter odds. But two developments out West show that doesn’t always have to be the case.
Last Saturday, toxic material leaked from the Ranger uranium mine in the Northern Territory. The mine ceased operation in 2011 after more than 30 years in action, raising the question of what happens to a mine site once the mine closes down.
No other coal deposit on the planet is so big, so close to the surface, and so cheap to mine as the rich seams in eastern Wyoming and Southern Montana. And that's made the Powder River Basin the locus of a national debate on how we develop our fossil fuel reserves.
In a battle that pits the East Coast against the Midwest over the winds that carry dirty air from coal plants, the governors of eight Northeastern states plan to petition the Environmental Protection Agency on Monday to force tighter air pollution regulations on nine Rust Belt and Appalachian states.
Europeans with long-term exposure to particulate pollution from road traffic or industry run a higher risk of premature death, even if air quality meets EU standards, a study said on Monday.
It began as a 10-centimetre tear in a leach tank at Ranger uranium mine, in Kakadu National Park. Within an hour it turned into what some are calling one of the worst radioactive accidents in Australia's history.
The average person today is exposed to a miniscule amount of lead. But as lead levels in the environment have plummeted over the past few decades, so too has the threshold that health authorities consider hazardous.
A mysterious pathogen is wiping out starfish along the Pacific coast, a potential catastrophe that has flummoxed marine biologists who are joining forces to find the culprit.
Unions and environmentalists have found one point of agreement in the bitter debate over the natural gas drilling boom: fixing leaky old pipelines that threaten public health and the environment. It's a huge national effort that could cost $82 billion.
Over a four-year span, the United States lost more than 360,000 acres of freshwater and saltwater wetlands to fierce storms, sea-level rise and booming development along the coasts, according to a newly released federal study.
The trichloroethylene cleanup project in southeast Minneapolis is not the only one in the state, let alone the nation. That chemical compound has contaminated the soil and groundwater of many former industrial sites across Minnesota, and around the United States.
The world's largest marine mammal conference has been told the New Zealand Government has left a rare type of dolphin on a definite path to extinction. But moves to limit fishing to stop dolphin deaths are intensely contested by environmental groups, the fishing industry and the government.
The Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission, which oversees both the state's shorebirds and its fisheries, has drafted "action plans" for 60 bird species, 10 of which rely on forage fish such as greenbacks, shad, sardines and ballyhoo as the staple of their diets.
The smog enveloping parts of the mainland, the severest so far this winter, will persist in eastern China until today, according to the National Meteorological Centre.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments over whether the Environmental Protection Agency’s latest attempt to enforce the Clean Air Act's "good neighbor" provision is legal or whether it is an overly grasping application of authorities Congress never gave it.
Revealed: the devastating flood London nearly suffered last week.
MPs will debate the badger cull this Wednesday 11 December from 2.30 to 4.30 pm. Lesley Docksey urges her MP to attend and explains why the cull is both barbaric, and a completely ineffective measure against bovine TB.