Plastic can transmit pollutants into the food web.
Scientists recommend eating younger, smaller fish.
The West has a billion-dollar problem.
A new study also found the chemicals affect a whole new class of hormones.
On the seafloor, there are 4 billion plastic fibers in every area one-third the size of New York's Central Park.
Governments will submit national plans for reining in greenhouse gas emissions by an informal deadline of March 31, 2015.
A global survey estimates there are 5.3 trillion pieces of plastic circulating on ocean surfaces.
With consumers buying more electronics on Black Friday, it's time we start disposing of our old ones responsibly
Chinese authorities ordered websites and apps to stop listing U.S. embassy pollution figures next to less reliable official statistics
Nizhny Novgorod, a cultural centre in the heart of Russia, with 793 years of history and a falling birth rate, is dying of cancer and heart disease
Camp Lejeune, in North Carolina, is a toxic paradox; a place where young men and women were poisoned in the service of their nation
The beach town that swells from 3,800 residents to 45,000 every Summer has worked assiduously on keeping its water clean
A squirt or two of titanium dioxide may revolutionise the way homes and offices are cleaned
Regulators face questions as residents deal with drinking water with a licorice-like chemical smell
Cities like Los Angeles received at least an extra day of smog a year, a report says.