20 July 2018
Scott Pruitt: How the Sierra Club declared war on the EPA head—and won.
A tale of unintended consequences.
South Korea is rolling out a new “carbon-free” campaign at this year’s COP28 that it says will reposition Seoul as a global leader in decarbonization.
A proposal that would allow industries to permanently stash climate-polluting carbon dioxide beneath US Forest Service land puts those habitats and the people in or near them at risk, according to opponents of the measure.
The two-faced charade of climate denial while diving into the pot of federal renewable incentives and tax breaks.
Up to 128 premature deaths from air pollution could have been prevented if the state had entered the program in 2022 as planned.
More than 5,000 wells in the state were injected with 160 million pounds of undisclosed, “trade-secret” chemicals, which potentially include PFAS.
Poor recordkeeping on hazardous waste disposal points to potential for bigger problems, according to a new study.