Narendra Modi’s war on the environment

Since coming to power last year, the Indian leader has diluted ecological protections in the name of development

Topics:
Environment
India
Coal Energy

Life in Michigan’s dirtiest ZIP code

Some residents call the tar sands industry a threat to public safety, say stricter regulations are needed

Topics:
U.S.
Climate Change
Energy

Treasured Island

The people of Tangier fear their life, land and heritage could wash away

Topics:
Environment
U.S.

Texas: When fracking comes to town

For northern Texans who live near gas wells, fracking's promise is overshadowed by drilling and health fears

Topics:
Environment
Energy
Fracking

China’s Louisiana Purchase: Who’s building a methanol plant on the bayou?

Al Jazeera investigates ties between Louisiana and the Chinese government in a proposed $1.85 billion methanol plant

Topics:
China
Louisiana
Energy

St. Louis burning: America’s atomic legacy haunts city

County parks, homes, businesses remain open and untested after decades of exposure to potentially contaminated creek

Topics:
Health
Environment
U.S.

A Year in Waste

Could we raise a flock of urban chickens based solely on kitchen scraps?

Topics:
Food
Culture

Youths sue US government over climate inaction

An unprecedented massive legal campaign led by young Americans is playing out in courtrooms across the nation

Topics:
U.S.
Climate Change
Environment

In dry California, water goes to those who drill the deepest

In one of the most regulated states in the nation, no laws apply to groundwater pumping, which means some people go dry

Topics:
Drought USA
California
Environment

A California crab ban reveals trouble in the Pacific Ocean

Crab fishing is delayed and poisoned sea lions are washing ashore, with a toxic algae to blame

Topics:
California
Water
Animals

Duke Energy’s dirty water

NC residents feel abandoned by regulators after Duke Energy coal ash spill

Topics:
Environment
Energy
North Carolina

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