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The EPA planned to ban a deadly paint-stripping chemical. Will it follow through?

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

For the EPA, ‘reform’ means giving industry what it wants

By Rachel Leven

Most of the EPA's pollution estimates are unreliable. So why is everyone still using them?

By Rachel Leven

The United States of Petroleum: Government’s secret alliance with Big Oil

By Jie Jenny Zou

Sunshine State lags on solar power, doubles down on natural gas

By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Kristen Lombardi

New York’s heralded fracking ban isn’t all it’s cracked up to be

By Kristen Lombardi

A behind-the-scenes look at Scott Pruitt's dysfunctional EPA

By Rachel Leven

Big power plant ignites political fight in small Pennsylvania town

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

'The fear of dying' pervades Southern California's oil-polluted enclaves

By Jim Morris

These companies support climate action, so why are they funding opposition to it?

By Rachel Leven and Jamie Smith Hopkins

Colonias on the border struggle with decades-old water issues

By News21 Staff, Maria Esquinca and Andrea Jaramillo

Crumbling pipes, tainted water plague black communities

Military bases' contamination will affect water for generations

Industrial waste pollutes America’s drinking water

Center wins major award from Society of Environmental Journalists

By The Center for Public Integrity

Farming activity contaminates water despite best practices