About 10 trillion gallons of untreated stormwater runoff, containing sewage, trash, and toxins, enters U.S. waterways from cities every year.
Nuclear energy is often presented as all good or all bad. In reality, it's a lot more complicated than that.
This class of chemicals lead to a slew of negative health effects, and never break down. Could climate change worsen their impacts?
A relative of the manatee, dugongs are listed as vulnerable by the IUCN. Could climate change and commercial fishing help explain why?
One man's environmental hazard was another fish's paradise in Oahu.
Wastewater treatment plants were intended to be a sustainable sanitation solution, but they have environmental, economic, and health issues.
As an apex predator, the decline in sharks due to overfishing and climate change has massive ramifications for marine ecosystems.
Natural rubber is widely considered more climate-friendly and a better product than synthetic rubber, but it still presents some issues.
Plastic straws are not a big threat to sea turtles, but climate change, commercial fishing, and poaching certainly pose major challenges.
Fracking doesn't just bring environmental issues, but economic, health, and justice ones too. Can fracking be improved or should we wean off?