As the West endures a megadrought, rising levels of arsenic — a known carcinogen — in the water supply of Colorado's San Luis Valley offer clues to what the future may hold.
The Georgia Water Coalition’s annual Dirty Dozen report this year is intended to outline landmark legal cases in Georgia that led to significant restoration of the state’s waterways since 1972.
A U.S. government agency is being sued over its decision to allow a proposed mine outside the vast Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge to move forward without federal permits.
For the past several years, Georgia Power has gone to great lengths to skirt the federal rule requiring coal-fired power plants to safely dispose of massive amounts of toxic waste they produced.
Despite a federal rule change that removes a major hurdle for a mine near the Okefenokee, environmental groups say they're pursuing options to block the mining operation.
A report from leading environmental advocates in Georgia describes how the toxins left over from burning coal for power are being stored by Georgia...