The Runit Dome in the Marshall Islands is a hulking legacy of years of US nuclear testing. Now locals and scientists are warning that rising sea levels caused by climate change could cause 111,000 cubic yards of debris to spill into the ocean
The lush and magnificent Carmanah/Walbran valley on Vancouver Island, Canada, is still not fully protected! There is a chunk of the two valleys that is extremely threatened by the logging corporation Teal Jones, even though this corporation has access
Murkowski and Inhoffe aren't interested in our pain at the pump. Just like they're not interested in climate chaos, oil spills and public health. They're only interested in drilling up every bit of carbon under the ground and selling it,
If Shell can't stop one oil disaster after another in Nigeria, how are they supposed to operate safely in the remote Arctic? In the last year alone, Shell reported 204 spills in the Niger Delta. And that doesn't even begin to demonstrate the trauma...
Please reconsider your decision to allow the use of neonicotinoid pesticides on crops pollinated by bees Numerous publications in the United States find a connection between the use of these pesticides and the rapid rise of bee colony collapses
Unique ecosystems and countless animal species are going to be put at terrible risk by a massive transnational canal connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans currently being built through Nicaragua, according to the projectâEUR(TM)s environmental review.
Documents from 1985 have recently been uncovered which show how the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was fully aware of glyphosate's carcinogenic potential for the last 30 years - yet the organization has done nothing to lessen glyphosate's use.
Our oceans need an immediate and substantial reduction of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions. If that doesn't happen, we could see far-reaching and largely irreversible impacts on marine ecosystems
Researchers still face unknowns understanding the intricacies of carbon storage in the world's forests. In some regions, carbon sequestered in forests is offset, or even outweighed, by emissions from land-use changes such as deforestation and clearing.