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Cornish beaches are awash with millions of 'nurdles', tiny wildlife-choking plastic pellets presumed spilled from an rogue shipping container. As England's plastic bag charge comes into force, it's a sign that there's still a long way to go to rid our seas of the plastic menace.
The Department of Justice has finalized a $20.8 billion settlement with BP over its role in the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
A new study confirms suspicions that diversity of American crops has declined.
In the age of Google Earth and GPS, places that are truly off the grid have real psychological value, author says.
Septic tanks and bird droppings contribute to the stew of pollutants that pour into the ocean during and after storms on the Outer Banks, but measures to remediate the toxic flow could prove to be costly and politically difficult.
Industrial, agricultural and public sectors statewide were tested by rainfall over the past few days as large farms failed to manage animal waste and dams at two coal-fired power plants showed signs of strain.
In 2013, the discovery of dangerous bacteria in the drinking water of two working-class communities along the Rio Grande in Texas set off alarms among state regulators and investigators.
It’s a landslide. More than half the 28 countries in the European Union, including Germany and France, have decided to ban their farmers from growing genetically modified crops.
People with long-term exposure to loud noise at work or in leisure activities may be at increased risk of heart disease, a U.S. study finds.
DSM Sinochem Pharmaceuticals, a Sino-Dutch producer of antibiotics, is raising eyebrows with its stance on antibiotic resistance.
Brazil's health regulator Anvisa said on Friday it had suspended the production, sale and use of products made by Brazilian breast-implant maker Silimed after an inspection found the company failed production standards.
A diverse coalition of stakeholders who normally don’t agree with one another is pushing lawmakers to fix the Toxic Substances Control Act —a nearly 40-year-old U.S. chemical safety law that nearly everyone says is flawed.
For decades, Democratic Sen. Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey tried to pass a bill that would reform the way the government tests and regulates chemicals, but even in a Democratic-controlled Senate, the bill couldn’t make it to the floor.
Cities around the country are spraying pesticides meant to kill mosquitos that don’t work—and could pose a serious health threat.
Researchers at Stanford University and the Johns Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health say school-prepared meals may contain unsafe levels of bisphenol A, or BPA.
In a shift in policy toward endangered species, conservation interests are working with those of government and business on wider-ranging plans.
“If only animals could talk,” said Veronica Padula, a UAA graduate student researching seabird decline in the Aleutian Islands, “then they could tell us what’s wrong with them.”
Weeks of acrid haze have caused flight delays, school closures in Malaysia and respiratory problems for thousands.
Pouring a chemical into wells at a Superfund site in the Valmont Industrial Park is neutralizing a hazardous substance that leaked into ground water decades ago, the project manager overseeing the cleanup for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said.
In Flint, Mich., lead levels are spiking in children's blood. A new drinking water source is being blamed. Researchers says the new cases of lead poisoning were preventable.