People living in west Fresno are the most vulnerable environmentally, socially and economically in California. One photo shows the impact: Of a family of eight, five are dead from various illnesses. N
Jean Bryant, a Seattle mother of three boys, remembers the moment when her friend Amy Griffin first mentioned those little black dots.
It might be a mere coincidence that Florida Crystals and U.S. Sugar happen to own much of the land in question — and have poured $250,000 into the agriculture commissioner’s ‘Florida Grown’ Political
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Walton County officials are working with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to close the old Coyote Landfill in Freeport.
Two retired hydrologists who last week accused Mosaic and state regulators of ignoring signs of a sinkhole at a phosphogypsum plant a year before it drained polluted water into the aquifer now say th
WASHINGTON — Red tide has become a vexing issue for many residents of Pinellas, Sarasota and Manatee counties over the past year, but lawmakers from Florida's 29-member congressional delegation learne
Groundwater discharge permits must be renewed every five years with the New Mexico Environment Department.
Florida is a prime breeding ground for invasive species that can threaten the state’s ecology and economy. For every lionfish or Burmese python that’s
Environmentalists are giving Florida and Georgia failing grades when it comes to policing schools for lead contaminated water.
Scott Pruitt was sworn into office late Friday as the 14th administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito administered the oath of office to Pruitt, the
Several Pensacola organizations have vehemently disagreed with Gaetz's assertion that the region has supported his bill.
A Florida federal judge on Wednesday tossed a lawsuit accusing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency of failing to correctly evaluate water quality requirements for Florida’s waterways, a dec
A new report by the advocacy group Environment Florida argues that water in Florida’s schools and day cares may contain dangerous levels of lead, but that
In 2016, Hillsborough County Public Utilities initiated the first direct potable reuse pilot project in Florida. In its efforts to utilize 100% of its reclaimed water, the progressive utility created
The bill contains just one environmentally destructive sentence.