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From catastrophic flooding to the “polar vortex,” a look at some of the year’s most devastating events.
There are a lot of former industrial sites in Michigan that need to be cleaned up, but the Velsicol Superfund sites in St. Louis, Michigan are unusual in their size and in the amount of nasty chemicals lurking in the ground where people live, work and play.
For decades, Berry’s Creek has been degraded by dangerous levels of mercury, cancer-causing PCBs and other contaminants that migrated off three Superfund sites and other industrial properties in New Jersey's Meadowlands.
A year-long study of Christmas tree farms by a local N.C. State researcher finds that when it comes to pollinators and other beneficial insects, Christmas tree farms keep on giving long after the holiday season is over.
Most contaminated toys are imported from countries like China, where lax regulations make it easier for manufacturers to produce products for children that contain dangerous levels of heavy metals like lead and chromium.
When it comes to energy, Michigan has a tremendous opportunity to truly live up to Gov. Rick Snyder’s charge to become a comeback state. We are well-positioned to reduce our reliance on outdated technology such as dirty coal plants and invest in renewable energy like wind and solar.
Michael Dourson’s organization - TERA - filled a gap left by the EPA, which has evaluated the safety of only 558 of 84,000 chemicals on the market today. But an investigation shows the firm has close ties to chemical manufacturers, tobacco companies and other industry interests.
Environmentalists and industry experts widely expect the first federal standards for the waste generated from coal burned for electricity to treat the ash like household garbage, rather than a hazardous material.
Six years after a catastrophic coal ash spill took out part of a Tennessee town, 10 months after a cascade of toxic grey sludge fouled a North Carolina river, the Obama administration is poised to unveil the first rules for the disposal of coal ash on Friday.
Air pollution should be one of the avoidable heart risk factors – just like smoking and excess fat – that doctors warn patients to steer clear of, according to a new statement from 20 heart experts.
After nearly three decades of safety questions, Duke Energy is joining other South Carolina utilities in agreeing to clean up toxic coal ash that has polluted groundwater and threatened rivers across the Palmetto State.
D.C. Water expanded the boundaries of a do-not-drink advisory that closed three schools and left residents in part of two neighborhoods without drinkable water for more than 24 hours. Officials also said that some tests came back positive for petroleum in the water there.
Rich countries should help poorer countries deal with the risk posed by pharmaceutical contamination of the environment, says an Australian expert, following the release of a study – the first to compare the risk of pollution from drugs in high-income and lower-income countries around the world.
As fish-killing chloride continues to rise in Twin Cities lakes, streams and groundwater, many communities are finding they can do more to balance public risk on streets and sidewalks with the ecological damage caused by winter applications of road salt – while also saving money.
If President Rafael Correa mounts another run, the battle over the Amazon oil reserves will be a big talking point in the Ecuadorean election, but the outcome will also be shaped by deals being made on the other side of the world, in Beijing.
New York's decision to ban fracking for health reasons could reverberate beyond the state, bolstering other efforts to limit the controversial method of drilling for oil and natural gas.
In a new study, published this week by the journal Royal Society Open Science, a British scientist reports the riddle of the "missing" plastic as solved: It sits in deep waters, broken down into tiny fibers and embedded in the sediment of the most remote places on Earth.
Ebola exposed significant weaknesses in the ability of the U.S. to handle infectious disease outbreaks, according to a report that gives the nation low grades in preparedness.
Sprawling urban and industrial development along China's 1,800 kilometer east coast is a lifeline for the nation's economy but a threat to the region's dwindling wetlands.
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