pollution

Drugs

MDMA Producers Are Dumping Tons of Waste in Nature Reserves

Every year, an enormous amount of chemical waste left over from the production of MDMA is illegally dumped, with devastating effects. And not much is done to prevent it from happening.
Tom Kiel
8.1.18
Green-washing

An Eco-Friendly Yacht Race Is Sponsored By an Arms Company

Which seems at odds with its tree-hugging agenda.
Phil Miller
6.4.18
pets

This Is How Terrible Your Pet Is for the World

Bad news, pet owners.
Tom Usher
5.4.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Tourists Have Officially Ruined the Beach from 'The Beach'

Environmental scientists have had to shut down the idyllic spot made unsustainably popular by Leonardo DiCaprio's 2000 film.
Adam Forrest
3.29.18
climate change

The Woman Going After Big Energy for the Typhoon That Killed Her Family

Can polluters be held legally responsible for the damage wrought by climate change? We may find out soon.
Geoff Dembicki
2.14.18
pollution

London's Air Is Deadlier Than Knives, Cars and Homicide Combined

Some fun news to start your day!
VICE Staff
10.4.17
Here Be Dragons

Everything You Need to Know About the UK's Ban on Petrol Cars

From 2040, you'll no longer be able to buy new petrol and diesel cars. Here's what that means in real terms.
Martin Robbins
7.27.17
THE ENVIRONMENT

Fish Becoming 'Intersex' Because of Flushed Contraceptive Pills

Which doesn't sound great!
Ruchira Sharma
7.3.17
dogs

This Tory MP Has Some Very Strong Feelings About Dog Shit

Anne Main says poo-filled bags hanging from trees is a national problem.
Amy Walker
3.14.17
environmental art

Garbage Sculptured in the Shape of Endangered Species

Quasi-robot animals meet found art in these realistic polymer sculptures.
Diana Shi
2.19.17
THE ENVIRONMENT

Photos of the London Roads That Have Already Breached Their Annual Pollution Limits

And the areas that are expected to very soon.
Chris Bethell
1.24.17
Motherboard

Spending Time Around Traffic Is Literally Destroying Your Brain

New research finds a marked increase in dementia among those living by busy roadways.
Michael Byrne
1.22.17
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