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Chris Quartuccio and his team must deal with ocean acidification—and plenty of naysayers—to try to ensure that Long Island remains an important point for oyster harvesting.
The GOP hopeful says that biofuels like ethanol hurt the environment and the poor. But he wants us to use more of them.
The drought has worked a miracle in the Owens Valley, as environmental activists and ranchers have buried decades of enmity to forge a plan to save ranch land — at the expense of hard-fought environmental protections.
The Obama administration this week proposed increasing the role states play in decisions about whether to list animals and plants as threatened or endangered.
The agricultural use of chlorpyrifos, a toxic insecticide linked to health problems, has increased — and activists say the state has done little to limit the risks.
An account of what happened 50 years ago when science and policy met in a crisis and actually talked to each other.
Turkey is planning to double its coal power capacity in four years, the third largest investment in the polluting fossil fuel in the world, health campaigners have warned.
Our water may be contaminated by hormone-disrupting pollutants. Scientists have discovered that harmful concentrations of bisphenol-A may have been deposited directly into rivers and streams by municipal or industrial wastewater.
Universities should release reports to show what they are doing to tackle misconduct — and funders should help them to do so effectively.
A report out on Wednesday shows how industry lobbied EU institutions to kill regulation on possible toxic chemicals used in everyday products.
Women who’ve moved to the Lower Mainland from certain South and East Asian areas are being sought for a major study measuring their levels of heavy metals and environmental toxins.
Health authorities have officially lowered the acceptable threshold for blood lead levels, meaning more than 50 per cent of Broken Hill children are over the limit.
Lawmakers and activists talk about the day, after a cleanup is done in a decade or more, that children will be able to learn to swim in the Anacostia’s waters and residents will be able to feast on fish they catch themselves.
A new study finds cancer-causing chemicals in the air many times higher than the EPA considers safe for long-term exposure.
Tens of thousands of fish have died on the upstream part of Ho Chi Minh City’s major canal Nhieu Loc-Thi Nghe this week as officials said the first rains of the season pushed sewage into it.
Chinese premier Li Keqiang’s visit to Latin America raises concerns about the impacts of mining, oil, agriculture and infrastructure projects.
The world’s largest privately-held coal company has a long history of attacking climate science. Now it is working to change the conversation from a climate crisis to one of global poverty – with coal as the solution.
Public health experts involved in the response to the Ebola crisis have condemned what they described as a ludicrous, insulting and opportunistic attempt to exploit the disease for corporate gain by the world’s largest privately-held coal company.
The closing of the coal-fired Lake Julian power plant mirrors a nationwide trend of utility companies shifting from environmentally cumbersome coal usage to cleaner burning natural gas, although that energy source carries its own negative ecological freight.
The White House has announced an ambitious plan that makes millions of acres of federal land more bee-friendly but does not ban the use of neonicotinoids, which research shows are closely linked to bee life loss.