Frustration and inaction color efforts to enforce the Clean Water Act.
The political fallout continues from the Dan River coal-ash disaster in North Carolina.
1970s scholars posited that an “apartheid ecology” excluded people of color from environmentalism. Were they right?
The People's Climate March, planned for NYC on Sept. 21, has a diverse coalition of organizers, from healthcare unions to environmental justice groups.
The groups fighting water-service shutoffs in Detroit take a victory lap, though what they have won so far is highly provisional.
Dorceta Taylor, professor at the University of Michigan’s School of Natural Resources and Environment, talks about her new report about environmental groups' failure to diversify.
How can a city's distant past guide our search for solutions to today's problems? A statue offers some clues.
Coal mined from federal land during Obama's presidency will unleash as much CO2 as the annual emissions of 825 million cars.
If you're looking for signs of how much is at stake in the fight over drilling and fracking in the Great Lakes region, just check your feed.