U.N. Environment Assembly representatives called the treaty, to be completed by 2024, the most significant environmental agreement since the 2015 Paris accords.
Animals underwent "surgery to remove items ranging from pacifiers to water bottles that could have proven fatal without veterinary intervention."
Experts found it odd that the plastic picked up by Ocean Cleanup is so clean and free of ocean organisms
With around 5.8 million dead from coronavirus, experts warn a spike in burials could cause environmental issues because of the contaminants all bodies release.
Some of President Joe Biden's failures, from the Afghanistan surrender to skyrocketing inflation, have gotten extensive—and well-deserved—press attention.
Animal welfare groups and professionals have been trying to free the crocodile for years, but in the end, it was a local resident that succeeded.
Whale experts said it was first known event where orca have seemingly helped another species in Australian waters
The move comes after the Navy initially balked at a state order, insisting it wasn't necessary and claiming its tanks weren't at fault for a recent fuel spill.
The charges stem from a construction project in 2020 that allegedly polluted stretches of the river with chemicals found in rubber that are toxic to fish.
The city's water treatment plant allegedly manipulated the results of wastewater tests to mislead state officials about the effectiveness of the plant.
Clearwater Marine Aquarium said people should not attempt to free the dolphin as it can place additional stress on the mammal.
The 14-inch-long turtle was rescued by a man after it became entangled in his fishing net.
The program will feed the animals whose main food source of seagrass has been decimated by water pollution, leading to record manatee starvation rates.
State regulators will consider increased regulations on emissions from semi-trucks, and a ban on the sale of new small gas engine products like leaf blowers.
The program will reportedly feed manatees lettuce, cabbage and other greens in one area to determine its viability to sustain more manatees across the state.
Sunoco agreed to pay $4 million in a settlement from a 2020 pipeline spill that damaged Marsh Creek State Park in Pennsylvania. The pipeline will change places.
The report showed that a DNA study found bacteria and viruses from humans and animals on plastic that could potentially spread disease.
Smog covered the Indian city of New Delhi where air particles were seven times higher than what the World Health Organization deemed as safe levels.
Japan planned to release treated radioactive water in the spring of 2023 after data simulation said there's little environmental impact. Experts aren't so sure.
"Coal rolling" sees diesel trucks release clouds of unhealthy black smoke but drivers often find legal loopholes.
The elk was tracked down by park officials who urged residents to consider the impact of human waste on wildlife.
Leptospirillum could be used to break down large metal waste that has been discarded in Chile's Atacama Desert.
The program is being funded by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District and is willing to pay people up to $9,500 to trade in their vehicles.
Scientists said people at Glastonbury Festival should use official toilets after MDMA and cocaine were detected in a nearby river
The beaches of Indiana Dunes National Park and a water treatment plant closed Sunday as a precautionary measure after the apparent spill.
"It's really hard to convince people to stay in a community where they don't think they'll have access to clean drinking water," Elizabeth Klein said.