Certainly providing a low-risk environment for human health carries some costs.
All actions by the Environmental Protection Agency should be taken on the basis of science—not from religious beliefs, from payoffs, or to satisfy the desires of special interest groups.
However you feel about climate change, there is little doubt and much worry about the spread of ticks and Lyme disease northward.
In the case of PM2.5 what you can’t see can hurt you.
Like booze, sex and profanity, plastics have become a sin.
Emissions of vanadium to the atmosphere parallel the increased use of heavy oil and are now nearly twice the sum of all natural sources combined.
An LED may cost a little more, but they last longer and use much less energy.
As the evidence against neonicotinoids rolls in, we will face another challenge between corporate deep pockets and what is good for the natural world.
There is no credible evidence that chemtrails exist.