by Natasha Geiling Nov 25, 2015
According to a recently published paper, fracking companies have gotten worse about disclosing the kinds of chemicals they are using.
by Samantha Page Jul 11, 2015
A California fracking study finds much to wonder about.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 24, 2015
The bill passed with broad bipartisan support, but environmentalists worry that it doesn't go far enough in regulating dangerous chemicals.
by Samantha Page Jun 19, 2015 Updated: Jun 19, 2015
A new study raises concerns over Texas' fracking boom.
by Natasha Geiling May 8, 2015
Researchers have found that a commonly-used hormone persists in the environment longer and in higher concentrations than previously thought.
by Emily Atkin Mar 12, 2015
Behind the scenes of "the largest chemical burn of its kind in U.S. history."
by Emily Atkin Jan 12, 2015
The chemical that contaminated West Virginia's drinking water supply last year traveled father and lingered longer than had been previously recorded, according to a new study by U.S. Geological Survey researchers.
by Emily Atkin Jan 9, 2015
"I felt like I had exposed my employees," she said. "It really floored me that I could have done people that I've known my whole life damage by following directions."
by Katie Valentine Jan 7, 2015
The study identified oversights in the state government and Centers for Disease Control's response to the disaster.
by Katie Valentine Dec 15, 2014
The chemical industry, just like the oil and gas industry, needs to be held accountable for its emissions, the report's authors write.