Citizens of Flint, Michigan have filed a federal class action lawsuit accusing the city government of exposing them to water with high levels of lead.
Researchers are testing a new method for capturing excess water flows during California’s rainy season by diverting it from rivers into a network of canals.
Sacramento water utility officials exposed residents to dangerously high levels of carcinogenic disinfection byproducts for a year without their knowledge.
Southern California’s largest water importer is working towards a $1 billion plan to purify wastewater into potable drinking water.
DuPont has been dumping the chemical, Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA), into the water supply for decades, igniting many lawsuits. Now, someone won.
Fluffy white clouds of toxic waste have invaded the streets of Bangalore, snowy froth that is the result of a toxic stew of chemicals in the lakes.
A public health emergency was recently declared in Flint, Michigan due to concerning amounts of lead in the tap water.
It seems that public drinking fountains sometimes harbor unwanted germs and pathogens that could cause you to get sick, or worse.
Health officials in Cincinnati and Kentucky are telling people to continue staying out of the water due to a toxic algae bloom as conditions persist.
You know those microbeads that are found in toothpaste, facewash, and hand soap? They are terrible for the environment, and you should stop using them.
A new study shows that even low-dose glyphosate can alter over 4000 genes and their proper functioning within the livers and kidneys of rats.
A 10-year-old boy suffered brain damaged and his family fell ill after their family home was fumigated with a pesticide known as sulfuryl fluoride.
A lawsuit alleges that a well which exploded in 2014, causing injuries, was due to contamination from a nearby fracking operation.
Privatization and corporate ownership of our food and water is approaching. Here are ways 2 of our most basic needs – food and water – are being controlled.
In a visual representation experiment of the garbage patches around the world’s oceans, we can see just how seriously we’ve affected our waters with trash.
Researchers tested 275,000 water samples from 62,000 locations in the US, finding that samples were saturated with uranium exceeding the EPA’s safe limit.
Research shows that people who live near hydraulic fracturing (fracking) sites have more severe health problems than those who do not.