At the Exxon Mobil and Chevron shareholder meetings Wednesday, it wasn't climate activists who were trying to get the companies to disclose climate reports. It was institutional investors
Friends of the Earth filed a petition on Tuesday with the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, saying an investigation is need to determine why 1 in 4 cooling system bolts in one of the facility's reactors was degraded or missing.
Of nearly 6,000 requests for lead filter replacements, only 65 were marked complete — and in 2014 school staff asked that outstanding requests be purged from maintenance records.
It's been dubbed a pizzly, or a growler — depending on whether the grizzly was the mom, or the polar bear. Last week, an Indigenous hunter in the Arctic territory of Nunavut caught one.
The president makes a visit to Flint on Wednesday, a city that has become synonymous with failed government and America's crumbling infrastructure.
Hundreds of medical marijuana dispensaries have sprung up across Canada since Justin Trudeau's pro legalization government took power in November. But many have been locked out by Canada's banks because they are still, technically, outlawed.
The action, says the governor, is to help restore public trust in the city's drinking water supply, which — if properly filtered — is once again safe to drink, according to state officials.
The hot spell comes less than a year after at least 2,500 Indians died during one of the world's worst heat waves on record.
The first international tiger census since 2010 shows significant progress in many nations, but improvement is hampered by widespread deforestation, development, and poaching.
Newark's mayor Ras Baraka said austerity, small government, regressive tax reforms, and failure to invest in infrastructure is putting children in communities of color in harm's way.
On the same day that tests revealed half of Newark, New Jersey's schools had elevated levels of lead in drinking water, Gov. Christie called lead contamination an "over-dramatized issue."
The manufacturer of the filters recommends replacing them every six months, at least — but images obtained by VICE News show some filters date as far back as 2012.