Yevgeny Vitishko publicized the appalling environmental damage caused by Olympic preparations, and Russian officials didn't like that.
The microscopic balls of hard plastic flow down drains, get into rivers and oceans, and enter the food chain. Yuck.
BP's Deepwater Horizon spill messed with the heart function of tuna, according to research published on Valentine's Day.
On Tuesday, a Chevron natural gas fracking well in Greene County, Pa., burst into flames. More than 72 hours later, it’s still burning.
The leaks are so egregious that it would actually be better for the climate to run buses on diesel than on natural gas, according to a new study.
The drought in California is causing rivers to shrivel and, with them, hydroelectric supplies. But never fear, solar power is here!
Labor abuses, dangerous pesticide practices, and other problems are widespread at 24 Tetley tea plantations in India.
This time it's a spill of 100,000 gallons of coal slurry from a coal processing facility in West Virginia. Thanks, Patriot Coal!
The Kyoto Protocol required only rich countries to take action. The Obama admin says that approach is "clearly not rational or workable" any more.