A polluted lake in the Siberian city of Novosibirsk has become a popular Russian social media destination.
Flying hundreds of feet above land, J. Henry Fair uncovers everyday environmental catastrophes you probably didn’t know existed.
After a $1 billion cleanup, the county and the main polluter are still trying to convince people that the lake is safe to use.
More than 50 people have developed tumors along Cabbage Tree Road, near the Williamtown air-base.
People are exposed to more than 10 times the "safe" amount of this chemical in east LA.
The toxic spill that contaminated the Rio Doce continues to affect the Krenak people.
Climate change threatens to melt the ice and expose chemicals and radioactive material.
Toxic pollutants, including radioactive coolant, are buried there.
What do you do when there's 10,000 barrels of illegally dumped uranium two miles away from your home and the government tells you not to worry about it?
The mysterious mass death of an estimated 100 tons of poisoned fish has sparked widespread anger and rare protest directed at a Taiwanese steel firm thought to have been releasing toxins into the sea.
Chinese authorities busted a parking lot owner in Baoding who allowed thousands of tons of toxic waste to be dumped on his property — an incident that highlights the country's lax regulation of dangerous solid waste.