If you want to avoid lung cancer, the United Nation's cancer-research body has some advice for you: Don't breathe.
Republicans cheered when EPA workers were furloughed. But poll results show that most Americans wanted those workers back on the job.
Climate research and other sciences took heavy hits when the federal government shut down for two weeks.
The Colorado Oil and Gas Association has spent more than $600,000 in its effort to defeat proposed fracking bans and suspensions in four cities.
A Mexican judge ordered a halt to GMO corn field trials planned by Monsanto and other international companies because of concerns about environmental impacts.
A new formula will help Australian scientists decide when a species should be evacuated from a landscape affected by climate change, and where it should be moved.
Carbon dioxide emissions have turned the Pacific Ocean off Oregon and Washington so acidic that shellfish are dying. The Center for Biological Diversity says that's a Clean Water Act violation.
California's proposed requirement could jump-start the storage industry that renewable energy tech will need to scale.
Petcoke piles are blighting America. But here comes China to save the day ... by burning the dirty byproduct in its furnaces.
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