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Battered by a blockbuster OnEarth investigation and hounded by federal court rulings, the FDA's reputation is reeling.
Boston and New York City could see upwards of 20 inches of sea level rise by mid-century.
Wells used to dispose of the nation’s most toxic waste are showing signs of stress as regulatory oversight falls short and scientific assumptions prove flawed.
Generation X may not be the stereotypical slackers of those '90s cult classic movies, but here's one issue they have trouble caring about: climate change.The generation that was once poked fun at in pop culture for being... read more >
After Al Gore, James Hansen is probably the man climate skeptics most love to hate. Unlike Gore, Hansen is an actual scientist, at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York (it’s located above the restaurant... read more >
Today’s decision by President Obama to reject, at least temporarily, the permit to build the Keystone XL pipeline -- which would carry the most climate-wrecking crude oil on Earth from Canada’s tar sands to refineries on the... read more >
 Mike Klink: Let’s be clear -- I am an engineer; I am not telling you we shouldn’t build pipelines. We just should not build this one. By forcing the White House to make a decision on the politically and environmentally-... read more >
A specious claim regarding ice sheet melting in Greenland led to a quick and thorough debunking by the scientific community.