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As Cuadrilla's application to frack in Lancashire goes to public inquiry today, protestors from Greenpeace have installed a full-size 'fracking rig' in Parliament Square, London, complete with flare and deafening sound effects, to let MP's know just how great it is to have a fracking well on your doorstep.
The Aedes aegypti mosquito thrives in warm, wet conditions, which are spreading northward, even into central California, because of climate change.
Pop superstar Beyonce has started a fund to aid in relief efforts for the Flint water crisis.
Don't bring more pollutants to town before fixing the existing problems.
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You might ask, aren't there environmental laws that protect drinking water? In fact, there are not.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has once again turned down an effort by Navy veterans to get compensation for possible exposure to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War.
Federal pipeline agency's response to Aliso Canyon disaster will likely lean on industry proposals that don't require emergency shutoffs or safer pipes.
Beijing's air quality has improved as much as 16 percent over the past year, but the gain has come at costs of jobs and growth, recently released figures suggest.
On Monday, the White House said it would ask Congress for $1.8 billion in emergency funding to combat the mosquito-borne Zika virus.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo repeatedly told reporters the state needs more information — including water sampling and blood tests of local residents — about the situation that has led officials to advise village residents to drink bottled water.
The Obama administration is expected to propose a $250 million cut to its primary funding source for water and sewer systems as part of its budget proposal Tuesday — a prospect that is bringing bipartisan criticism amid the furor over lead contamination in Flint, Mich.
Victims are suing Gov. Rick Snyder, the former mayor, rank-and-file public employees and almost anyone else who may have had a role in supplying the troubled city with corrosive river water for 18 months.
Scientists have discovered a new species of bacteria that can cause Lyme disease.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency granted final approval on Monday to a costly cleanup program for a Montana community where health officials say hundreds of people have been killed by asbestos poisoning.
William E. Tis became the fourth official from Freedom Industries to avoid being sentenced to any jail time.
Eating foods that are rich in soybeans has been found to help protect women against the harmful reproductive effects of a chemical found in plastic food packaging called bisphenol A, or BPA.
Contrary to some Republican presidential candidates, public health experts say there should not be any travel or trade restrictions because of the virus.
Governments proposed for the first time on Monday to reduce climate pollution from airplanes, plugging one of the biggest loopholes in last December’s landmark Paris agreement.
A white elephant to the Obama administration, the plant is a source of 1,700 construction jobs to South Carolina, where state officials and congressional delegates are vowing to stop the move.