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In Vietnam's bustling e-waste market, informal recyclers play a vital role

The informal recycling market in Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City showcases how e-waste is managed, with workers salvaging what they can to mitigate environmental harm.

Aniruddha Ghosal and Jae C. Hong report for the Associated Press.

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DOJ fights pollution in vulnerable communities
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Copyright: Paul Brady

DOJ enlists 'small army' to fight pollution in vulnerable communities

Meet three career Justice Department attorneys who are helping people of color and low-income areas combat contamination.
DOJ fights pollution in vulnerable communities
Stock Photo ID: 199093078
Copyright: Paul Brady

DOJ enlists 'small army' to fight pollution in vulnerable communities

Meet three career Justice Department attorneys who are helping people of color and low-income areas combat contamination.
DOJ fights pollution in vulnerable communities
Stock Photo ID: 199093078
Copyright: Paul Brady

DOJ enlists 'small army' to fight pollution in vulnerable communities

Meet three career Justice Department attorneys who are helping people of color and low-income areas combat contamination.
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Deepwater Horizon toxic exposure
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They cleaned up BP’s massive oil spill. Now they’re sick – and want justice

Thirteen years after the Deepwater Horizon explosion, documents shed light on the company’s response and ‘scorched earth’ legal tactics.

migrant workers who follow climate disasters

The migrant workers who follow climate disasters

A growing group of laborers is trailing hurricanes and wildfires the way farmworkers follow crops, contracting for big disaster-recovery firms, and facing exploitation, injury, and death.
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Birds of prey face global decline
Jim Germond

Birds of prey face global decline from habitat loss, poisons

Despite a few high-profile conservation success stories – like the dramatic comeback of bald eagle populations in North America – birds of prey are in decline worldwide.

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