Too many pesticide-spraying crop dusters are accidentally missing their targets, killing neighbors' crops and making people sick.
Drillers in the state don't have an easy way to get their natural gas to market, so nearly a third of it is being flared off, i.e. totally wasted.
Idyllic beaches in Thailand have been deserted after an oil pipeline ruptured, coating the shorelines with crude.
Agricultural chemicals are accumulating in frog tissue in the Sierra Nevadas -- the same kinds of chemicals that are sprayed over crops in California's Central Valley.
A 5,800-square-mile area of the Gulf of Mexico is dead this year, starved of oxygen. That's terrible, but not as terrible as had been feared.
The Obama administration has announced another delay in better regulating the type of disaster-prone rail cars that exploded in Quebec earlier this month.
The EPA doesn't seem very interested in finding out whether fracking pollutes groundwater, according to a report in the L.A. Times.
A study of more than 700 French farmers and farmworkers found that those who used herbicides were more than twice as likely to suffer from depression.
The FDA says food purveyors should no longer be able to skirt U.S. food safety rules by producing their product abroad and then selling it to Americans.