West Virginia Landfills Will Now Accept Often Radioactive Fracking Waste
West Virginia's Marcellus Formation has been found to have a higher level of radioactivity than other formations.
New Research Links Autism And Air Pollution
Research indicated that children with both the risk genotype and exposure to high air pollution were at increased risk of developing autism.
Communities Threatened By Sea Level Rise May Get Help — If Congress Can Pass Legislation
In the last 80 years, Louisiana alone has lost an area of coastal land the size of Delaware.
New Report: Unregulated Contaminants Common In Drinking Water
Traces of 18 unregulated chemicals were found in drinking water from more than one-third of U.S. water utilities in a nationwide sampling.
Cargo Bikes: The New Minivan For Cyclers
Families and businesses have adopted cargo bikes for transportation -- For some it's environmental and convenient, for others it's a more active and fun way to get around.
Federal Study Warns Of Sudden Climate Change Woes
A scientific expert panel has called on the government to create an early warning system for monitoring global warmth.
Trial Opens For Ex-BP Engineer Who Deleted Texts About Gulf Spill
Texts exchanged between ex-BP worker and his supervisor expressed the thousands of gallons of oil spilled per day at the Gulf.
America’s Brewing Nuclear Waste Crisis
Large collections of nuclear waste are scattered across the country without a disposal plan.
America’s Clean Energy Future Held Hostage By Special Interests
A man’s arrest for stealing 5 cents of electricity for his Nissan Leaf sheds light on clean energy’s present scarcity and uncertain future in America.
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