Are Canadian uranium workers still more likely to die from lung cancer?

A study by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission is examining health data from 80,000 people who have worked in Canada’s uranium mines, mills and processing and fabrication facilities.

Inside the Flint water crisis cover-up

Phones belonging to top state health department officials were found with no text messages from January 2014 to October 2015.

Parts of Pennsylvania got hazy because of intense western wildfires. It could happen more often

As climate change creates conditions that lead to more intense wildfires, Pennsylvania could see more pollution from them.

India monsoon death toll rises as search for missing continues

The country’s western coast has been inundated by torrential rains since Thursday, with the India Meteorological Department warning of further downpours over the next few days.

For second round of Volkswagen spending, N.C. looks to shift gears

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The proposed budget for the state’s remaining $68 million payout focuses on electric vehicles, but the plan hinges on Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and the GOP-controlled legislature agreeing on a bill authorizing spending.

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Could A Surfside Building Disaster Happen On The NY Or NJ Coast?

In 2020, the United States produced the least CO2 emissions from energy in nearly 40 years

Foreign journalists harassed by Chinese citizens over floods coverage

Reporters confronted in street and accused of ‘smearing China’ amid increasing sensitivity to any negative portrayals of China

Scorched, Parched and Now Uninsurable: Climate Change Hits Wine Country

Simply Energy hit with $2.5m fine after sales contractors allegedly impersonated customers in scam

The external door-to-door agents are accused of using fake accents to transfer customers to new contracts