by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 24, 2016
Britain voted to leave the European Union, and with that, it leaves the positive environmental framework the EU provides.
by Katie Valentine Jun 17, 2016
The colorful fish swimming around in saltwater aquariums around the country may look pretty, but the way they ended up in those aquariums is anything but.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Apr 6, 2016
Sub-Saharan Africa has the most World Heritage sites at risk, but even developed countries like the United States and Canada are harming some of their sites with development.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Mar 17, 2016
Portland joins six other West Coast cities that already filed federal lawsuits against Monsanto.
by Samantha Page Feb 24, 2016
Michigan just led a Supreme Court petition to allow more water pollution.
by Natasha Geiling Feb 8, 2016
Tyson Foods, one of the country's largest meat producers, dumps more toxic waste by volume into U.S. waterways annually than companies like Dow Chemical or Exxon.
by Natasha Geiling Feb 3, 2016
The Poultry Litter Management Act would require poultry producers in Maryland to be solely responsible for the chicken manure that their contract farmers produce.
by Natasha Geiling Jan 14, 2016
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights will hold a hearing to look at the impact of coal ash on low-income and minority communities.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jan 4, 2016
The recent announcement is yet another sign that China, the largest coal producer and consumer in the world, is increasingly distancing from its largest energy source.
by Samantha Page Aug 19, 2015
A poll of registered Latino voters found that air and water issues were more important to the group than immigration reform.