Another coal-related spill has endangered another eastern U.S. waterway.
The invasive predators are still spreading across the coastal Atlantic, but on a local level at least, there is some hope for native fish recovery.
In a year, the drought in California has gone from limited and moderate to widespread and extreme.
While many other pollutants are being addressed, polluted runoff keeps on growing along with the human population of the bay region.
Monday marks the beginning of the 2nd annual IWS in Abu Dhabi. Here’s a look at what to expect from this important meeting.
Stunning maps from the National Drought Monitor tell the story of California’s deepening drought.
A new report shows examples of what is and isn’t working in the Clean Water Act’s TMDL system.
The spill of thousands of gallons of a coal-cleaning chemical into the Elk River yesterday has caused 300,000 people in nine counties to lose their access to potable tap water. The Governor and the White House have issued states of emergency, and trucks of bottled water are being shipped in to cover resident’s basic water…
Spoiler: For a chemical so widely used and apparently processed close to our water sources, not nearly enough.
From January 11-17, New Orleans will host a conference to discuss the many issues surrounding dredging and river sediment.
The limit of 1.3 ppq may not be currently reachable, but it comes along with some very real and achievable goals for contaminant reduction.