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Last week the U.S. Black Chambers, Inc., representing nearly 250,000 small businesses, launched the first in a series of conversations about the long-term health and economic benefits of reversing climate change to African-Americans.
But the stark partisan divide on environmental policy will still make it difficult for President Obama and his successors to put in place energy and climate policies.
The blue, white and red colors of the French flag that covered the Eiffel Tower after the terrorist attacks of Nov. 13 in Paris are gone. Instead, the tower has gone green.
Cleanup operations are underway on the Russian island of Sakhalin after a tanker laden with oil grounded close to a fishing port, ripping open at least one of its tanks and polluting several kilometers of coastline.
First responders, businesses, labor unions, and conservationists stand united against Vancouver Energy proposal.
At the heart of the new documentary based on Michael Pollan’s best-selling book is the story of a Tanzanian tribe that still eats the way it has for millennia.
"They’ve been so thoroughly arrogant, incompetent, and frankly criminal in their outlook, that it’s kind of like dealing with the mafia,” said mine owner, Todd Hennis.
A New York company is providing Indonesian fishermen with a cheap mobile network solution it believes could bridge the digital divide globally.
Government do-gooders and conservatives who are worried that America is becoming a nanny state have one more thing to fight about in 2016: soda taxes.
It's the tiny fibers, less than one millimeter wide, that come from our clothes when we launder them. These fibers make their way into the world's rivers and seas through the sewage and drainage systems of our cities.
Between 2008 and 2015, concentrated animal feeding operations in the western Lake Erie watershed have received more than $16.8 million in direct payments, cost-shares, and other subsidies from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Nine months after a vacationing family nearly died from exposure to methyl bromide on the island of St. John, authorities have come to at least one troubling conclusion: The use of the banned pesticide was not an isolated event in U.S. Caribbean territories.
As Hong Kong seeks to expand its international airport and with a major new bridge project under way, campaigners warn that the dwindling number of much-loved pink dolphins in surrounding waters may disappear altogether.
The Nadezhda oil tanker ran aground near the port city of Nevelsk on Sakhalin Island in Russia's Far East on Saturday.
BHP Billiton renewed its commitment Monday to do all it can to help following the deadly collapse of a waste water dam in Brazil, with the mining giant and partner Vale facing a huge lawsuit.
President Obama and more than 100 world leaders will convene with thousands of diplomats on Monday on the outskirts of Paris to open two weeks of intense negotiations. Here is a guide to what is at stake.
Frustrated by a ban on demonstrations during international climate talks, hundreds of protesters clashed with police Sunday in Paris’ Place de la Republique.
As the Paris climate change summit kicks off, China, the world’s leading carbon-emitting country, is choked in pollution.
Government researchers will reveal their findings of the health effects of contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune during a public meeting in Florida later this week.
From paved city streets to hilly dirt roads, runoff from Vermont's roadways contributes more than 10 percent of the pollution flowing into Lake Champlain that fuels toxic algae blooms in its bays.