Detroit schools are shutting off drinking water 5 days before kids come back from summer
The district has now shut off water in a total of 34 schools — including 16 announced on Wednesday — due to water quality issues.
Lead Contaminated Drinking Water Is Much More Prevalent Than You Think
Three thousand communities in the US have four times the amount of lead in their water as Flint—partly because of a misunderstood law.
Police in Peru Shoot Dead at Least Two Activists as Anti-Mining Protests Turn Violent
Locals have been protesting the construction of the $7.4 billion Las Bambas mine project in a remote region of the Andes.
Canada's Mines Could Harm Alaska's Salmon — and Its Economy
Alaskans fear that a newly opened gold and copper mine in British Columbia could poison their rivers, so they're asking for an international review of the project.