The demise of the Colorado River has destroyed the social fabric of the Cucapá tribe and is partly to blame for its population decline
Thailand's government agreed Tuesday to ban the use of paraquat, glyphosate, and chlorpyrifos - three farming chemicals widely regarded as dangerous to human health.
The farm is expected to produce more than 500,000 pounds of greens from its 25,000-square-foot grow room during the first full year of operation.
The rally, organized by a coalition of local and regional advocacy groups, happens Wednesday as President Trump speaks at a fracking industry gathering.
The realities of natural gas drilling in a low-price market will be among the themes at this week's Shale Insight 2019, the annual conference in downtown Pittsburgh where President Trump is scheduled to appear Wednesday.
Using a procedure usually used for last minute budget bills, the Senate took the vote immediately after the bill was reported out of the Senate Appropriations Committee without waiting.
Researchers can now link weather events to emissions – and to the companies responsible. A string of lawsuits is about to give “attribution science” a real-life test.
Currently bobbing in the waters near Oakland, California, the habitat is a prototype three years in the making.
Dove is aiming to cut its virgin plastic use by 20,000 tons a year by 2025.
As the world's garbage piles up, controversy over waste-to-energy incineration continues.