Environmental campaigners immediately slammed the move.
A nickel pipe burst may have colored Daldykan twice this summer.
It's as yet unclear what degree of risk the particles pose but researchers fear they could lead to brain diseases.
A study found that Americans use too many bright lights at night, while Germany keeps its sky relatively unpolluted.
New figures show 80% of urban populations exposed to 'very high' pollution levels
The IMAX documentary "A Beautiful Planet" was filmed by astronauts at the International Space Station.
The Georgia-Pacific factory made the small town prosper, but it could also be contaminating its air and waterways.
A battery recycling plant in Los Angeles spewed lead and arsenic into the atmosphere for decades—now poor Latinos are paying the price.
Campaigners are challenging the plan, which would allow 55 liners to moor on the Thames every year.
Slick when frozen, a silicone finish doesn't let ice stick.
New York can reduce as much carbon pollution as Germany—the world's sixth largest polluter—pumps out every year.
The testing, sparked by the Volkswagen cheating scandal, begins today.
The country's future depends on keeping the holy river alive.
As more plastic reaches the oceans, more finds its way into animals' bodies.
The project will pilot in San Francisco before it rolls out country-wide.
The findings come from a new study conducted by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
HBO series and its special Earth Day episode feature kids talking to kids about the environment.
Scientists say the biggest extinction event ever was caused by comparable rate of cO2 emissions to those seen today.
The study identified households where sewage was being misdirected into waterways.
Chinese capital will close last major coal plant next year in bid to avert economic costs of pollution.
People from the Argentinian Andes can metabolize arsenic more quickly than most.