Dip in pollution and favorable weather sparked rebound of underwater grasses
that have survived catastrophic storms
Tests by the state government of Saxony show that more than one in three wild
boars gave off such high levels of radiation, thought to be a legacy of Chernobyl,
that they were unfit for human consumption
Canadian officials have never admitted to a single case of Minamata disease in
Do Hydrogen Cyanide Leaks Show Weakness of Current Regs?
City lifts ban on drinking tap water
20. Study: Flame retardants found in moms, kids. Signs of two compounds turned
up in mothers and children tested for a new study that shows how difficult it is for even
the most diligent parents to avoid toxic chemicals added to furniture, toys, electronics
and other household products
Dozens pack a hearing to urge the DEP to make companies report the presence
of four types of the potentially harmful chemical.
Officials at Lake Powell fought for a decade to keep out quagga mussels. They lost the fight.
What if water was worth the price of gold? One Midwest city is betting on it.
Illuminating the crossroads of environment and technology
Scientists call for a public discussion on development of emerging “gene drive” technology.
The early summer invasion appears to be heavier than normal this year, surprising
some and distressing others.
Regulators look at raising the limit for radiation amid a rash of illegal dumping.
As California and the American West dry up, a way of life is threatened.
A November ballot initiative could shut down its biggest employers, but the island’s
population is dwarfed by voters elsewhere in Maui County.
A Cleanup Presents Daunting Challenge
Genetically modified organisms have become the world’s most controversial food. But the science is more clear-cut.
Owners of former Whirlpool Park join