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14 stories published since 2009

“They Deserve to Be Safe”: Candidates Call on Florida to Investigate the Health Effects of Sugar Cane Burning

The EPA Refuses to Reduce Pollutants Linked to Coronavirus Deaths

How a PG&E Contractor With a Sketchy Past Made Millions After California’s Deadliest Fire

How Oil Companies Avoided Environmental Accountability After 10.8 Million Gallons Spilled

How the EPA and the Pentagon Downplayed a Growing Toxic Threat

What It’s Like Inside the Trump Administration’s Regulatory Rollback at the EPA

Dangerous Pollutants in Military’s Open Burns Greater Than Thought, Tests Indicate

Kaboom Town

EPA’s Abandoned Wyoming Fracking Study One Retreat of Many

Charting the Human Cost of Different Types of Energy

The BP Oil Spill Saga: Where Things Stand Now

Feds Warn Residents Near Wyoming Gas Drilling Sites Not to Drink Their Water

Despite Internal Concerns About Rig Safety, Transocean Says It’s Shielded By Contract

EPA: Chemicals Found in Wyo. Drinking Water Might Be From Fracking