Activists oppose metal shredder moving to East Side, a low-income Latino community reeling from the effects of industrial pollution.
News in Brief
The challenge now is to sustain this interest and turn it into political action.
The Global South is a dumping ground for the world’s electronic waste. In Kenya, recyclers are looking to e-waste for resources — and a safer circular economy.
If we are to transition to an economy that’s truly green, we cannot afford to ignore the ever-vexing question of what to do with not just our e-waste, but all our crap.
Meat- and poultry-processing facilities are deadly Covid-19 hotspots, yet punitive employee attendance policies are still in place.
Lost wind power makes up only a fraction of the reduction in power-generating capacity that has brought outages to millions of Texans across the state during a major winter storm.
Scientists are discovering new carbon sinks in volcanic forearcs and desert aquifers, and adding to the story of Earth’s carbon cycle.
Wild plants related to our main agricultural crops are important to future food security. But more than half are endangered, a new study finds.
In Africa's protected areas, nearby communities and rangers are victims of a military approach to conservation.
Ignoring local environmental regulations, the Indian government has approved a spate of gravel- and boulder-mining projects in the valley’s streams.
Indigenous leaders, environmental groups, and stars including Cher and Robert Downey Jr. urge White House in letter.
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