A new case study suggests that Sutton Lake has been contaminated by multiple coal ash spills, most of them apparently unmonitored and unreported.
Black and organic particle emissions have significant impacts on both health and climate, and household cooking and heating activities may contribute substantially to these impacts in China.
The ruling pointed out a “critical flaw” in fossil fuel leasing.
A new critical zone observatory in India’s Ganga Basin helps researchers and farmers understand and improve the ways that human activities shape environmental processes.
Wildfires in the Pacific Northwest were linked to upticks in respiratory problems in Colorado, a new study shows.
An ancient folk remedy, blue-green iron-rich clay, kills antibiotic-resistant bacteria using a one-two punch, a new study shows.
A hemlock woolly adelgid outbreak in southern Appalachia prompted a transformation in where the forest stores carbon.
Satellite measurements coupled with inexpensive air quality monitors could help protect humans from smoke particulates during wildfire events.
The American Geophysical Union announces new engagement pilots, simplified naming structure, and new GeoHealth section.
An industry group says recycling coal ash, the second-largest U.S. waste stream, helps the environment and economy. Recycling has a role but also raises concerns, environmentalists argue.