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A budding El Niño and climate change likely play a role, experts say.
Meet Mr. Trash Wheel, a champion for the end of single-use plastics
Baltimore’s famous trash-eating mascot just celebrated his ninth birthday.
For years, the EPA and Texas ignored warning signs at a chemical storage site. Then an inferno erupted.
Regulators repeatedly documented — but did little to address — problems at a Houston-area tank farm.
The Supreme Court just unleashed a flood of lawsuits against Big Oil
Climate court cases are about to get a lot more interesting.
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Indigenous Maasai ask the United Nations to intervene on human rights abuses
In Peru, forest communities are fighting to regain ownership of protected land
In the wake of historic storms, Māori leaders call for disaster relief and rights
In Sweden, a proposed iron mine threatens a World Heritage Site — and the culture that made it
How a Koch-owned chemical plant in Texas gamed the Clean Air Act
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San Carlos Apache take copper mine fight to United Nations
Oak flat is one of the largest copper sources in North America. It's also the San Carlos Apache Tribe's most sacred site.
Spring wildfires in the eastern US got off to a roaring start this year
It may not be as dramatic as when the West burns, but an unseasonably warm, dry winter could make fire season longer and more intense.
New Biden executive order takes aim at environmental injustice
Past and present pollution will now be taken into account before new industry moves into already beleaguered neighborhoods.
Listen: In ‘Cancer Alley,’ a teacher called to fight
For decades, Sharon Lavigne saw her neighbors in St. James Parish, Louisiana, suffer due to industrial pollution. But when yet another plant planned to open in her community, she decided to do something about it.
A transition to clean energy was supposed to be equitable. Instead, it’s hurting Indigenous communities.
“I constantly receive information that Indigenous Peoples fear a new wave of green investments."
How a looming El Niño could fuel the spread of infectious disease
The oceanic phenomenon could lead to more pathogen-carrying mosquitoes, bacteria, and toxic algae.
The ‘Ike Dike’ is the Army Corps of Engineers’ largest project ever. It may not be big enough.
The $30 billion barrier may fail to block climate-fueled storm surge — and won’t prevent other urban flooding in Houston.
Deadly heat threatens the lives and livelihoods of 1 billion people in India
Increasingly severe heat waves will imperil the country's development goals and slow economic growth, new research shows.
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