Following major hurricanes in the past, the Carolina waterways have carried toxic farm waste into local water supplies.
The EPA is monitoring Superfund sites in the event of flooding.
How can we be sure that dangerous chemicals aren't being released into water sources, the earth, or our food crops, whether by accident or carelessness?
Every piece of clothing we buy has had an impact on our planet before we even bring it home.
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When we fail to fight one injustice, we often fail to overcome any of them. It's time the environmental movement revitalize its commitment to justice as a core component of its mission.
No, we can't afford to sue Ted and Gibson Dunn for their acts of libel and intimidation, and they know it. The system of
1 & 2. SB 426 and HB 11, Bills to prohibit open pit burning of hazardous military equipment 5. HB 371, Bill to ban the building
As our communities have gotten more crowded and transportation become more congested, it has become more difficult to site major facilities for waste management, water supply, sewage treatment, mass transit, and pretty much anything from a Big Box store to a homeless shelter.
An interactive map created by media artist Brooke Singer shows the 1,300-plus toxic sites scattered across the U.S.