Flint is not the only place where drinking the water is making people sick.
A new lawsuit asks a federal court to compel state agencies to replace the city's contaminated pipes as soon as possible with no cost to customers.
California is poised to become the third state to regulate the trade within its borders — and follows a new federal prohibition on interstate trade.
The International Energy Agency says, for the first time in 40 years, the world's economy expanded without an increase in carbon pollution — but more needs to be done to limit emissions.
Four years into a historic drought, water consumption is down just 3.6 percent compared to last year — far shy of the 20 percent goal set by Governor Jerry Brown.
Likely voters also showed strong support for curbing carbon dioxide pollution and clean energy production, signaling that millions of dollars spent during the midterms by environmental groups might be having an impact.
The Western appetite for shrimp is bigger than ever. But in Bangladesh, where much of our supply is farmed, aquaculture is laying waste to traditional coastal communities.
The 'world’s largest gathering of global warming skeptics' gathers in Las Vegas today. But the global warming debate has been resolved.