"If bacteria went to heaven, it would be a sponge."
She probably isn't lovin' it.
A Harvard study looked at the proposed hydro projects in Canada's not-so-distant future, all of them near indigenous communities.
Organizers of the new location for Tsukiji Fish Market announced that some major issues with the $6 billion structure could delay the opening of the new market significantly—and perhaps forever.
The cinnamon ones are good, though.
Sandra McLellan, and the School of Freshwater Sciences, are cleaning up local beaches.
The Lincoln County Sheriff warned residents not to drink, cook, or even bathe, lest the THC could get into their systems.
It's the first request of its kind. More will come.
One US town has contaminated water. Environmentalists and some Great Lakes communities say, you can’t have ours.
VICE News reporter Neha Shastry speaks to a sheriff of a small village downstream from pharmaceutical factories about how the rise of the industry has effected the local waterways.
The real culprit—whether it's a higher rate of drug usage by nearby humans or simply inadequate wastewater treatment—remains unclear.
Researchers have found high levels of pharmaceuticals in the waters and fish of Puget Sound — and that could cause problems for humans, too.