Causes

Having a racist and violent police force in your neighborhood is a lot like having a pollution-emitting factory in your neighborhood.

Particulate matter pollution emitted by Pennsylvania's fracking wells killed about 20 people between 2010 and 2017, according to a soon-to-be-published study.

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Critics say taxpayers are still not protected as the province readies for a fracking boom to supply the LNG Canada project.

Traditional people say Mineração Rio do Norte (MRN) has given back little while doing great harm.

The federal government would like companies to incentivize driving to work - preferably alone. The guidelines counter what scads of public health and environmental programs have pushed for decades.

Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere hit a new record in May, as the accumulation of the warming gas increased despite the brief environmental respite caused by coronavirus and the global recession.

Large territories of rivers, streams and tundra lands are covered by more than 20 thousands tons of diesel oil from a reservoir owned by company Nornickel.

Mangrove forests provide vital ecosystem services to humans, plants and animals across the globe.
A settlement with the federal government doesn’t stop environmental groups from suing a coal company owned by West Virginia’s governor over its mine’s alleged discharge of pollutants into nearby waters, a West Virginia federal court ruled, rejecting the company’s motion to dismiss.

Plastics: we can't live without them, or so it seems.

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The facility would turn ethane from fracking into more than a million tons of plastic pellets a year.
‘We have to end making some communities sacrifice zones.’
Budgets are about to get tight. States and cities should direct money to programs that truly make communities more secure.

Draft controls on methane emissions from oil and gas drilling operations are a big part of Gov. Wolf's climate change initiative.

In her new book, climate activist Jamie Margolin shares how to find your voice — and use it.
The furniture giant is trying to remake its own operations to encourage durability, repairability, and resale of used furniture. And now it wants to help other furniture companies do the same.
Forthcoming bankruptcies could allow the largest companies to buy assets on the cheap.
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