The Trump administration can decrease global warming by improving refrigerators and air-conditioners.
Environment & Health
Although some of the biggest companies poured money into a campaign to stop an ordinance, the locals won.
When big oil companies want to monitor activists, they turn to Welund.
Proposals jeopardize safety precautions put in place after the Deepwater Horizon blowout.
Natural refrigerants don’t have a chemical industry group that stands to profit from their use.
The chemical industry strikes again, shifting from lead to flame retardants that also sicken and kill.
Documents show that 3M knew that toxic chemicals were accumulating in people’s blood.
Some ingredients have been linked to health risks like hormone disruption or cancer.
Coke claims to give back as much water as it uses. An investigation shows it isn’t even close.
The federal government may ignore the environment, but we can’t afford to.
There’s an undiagnosed epidemic of PTSD in communities of color.
Peter Wright has worked for companies responsible for Superfund sites of their own.
A secret network of women working to provide home abortions.
Another controversy hits the Interior Department.
Texas’ environmental agency targets small business owners, while corporate polluters are let off easy.
The military is cleaning up drinking water contaminated with firefighting foam — while using dangerous new formulas.
Some 80 million people will be seniors by 2050. Our home-care infrastructure isn’t close to ready.
The transgender community fights for health care.
Albert Kelly’s bank made generous loans to Pruitt. Then the EPA hired him.
Trump’s BLM is rapidly opening previously off-limits areas to drilling.