Robert S. Eshelman
Lead is the material through which America's yawning economic inequities do their damage — and, in the Garden State, lead contamination remains a persistent problem.
They allegedly fired shotguns, left behind beer cans and a pair of boxer shorts, vomited, and went skinny-dipping in the fish's habitat near Death Valley National Park.
Climate change is a legacy issue for the US president and the latest rule is among a growing list of executive actions aimed at cutting domestic greenhouse gas emissions.
Data compiled by the World Resources Institute shows that 21 nations, including the United States, Germany, and France, grew their economies while reducing greenhouse gas pollution.
The standoff in Oregon and tentative support it has garnered from Republican leaders reveals the party's deeply held antagonism toward environmental protections.
Footage released by an environmental group seems to show workers associated with Chevron finding contaminated soil in areas that it claimed were already clean, illustrating alleged fraudulent activity.
The bears have been held captive for over 20 years in a garbage-strewn cage outside of a Sochi restaurant, whose owner allowed patrons to give the bears alcoholic beverages.
Just hours after Congress delivered its bill green-lighting construction of the project, the President sent the legislation back — just the third time he's used his veto power.
The man who said climate change was the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people will likely chair the Senate's environment committee.
Countries hit by the deadly waves commemorate those that lost their lives and adopt early-warning systems that might help prevent future catastrophes.
Researchers say understanding the links between energy consumption and social phenomena like holiday celebrations might help in developing strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.