Scientists continue to disagree over whether the low doses of bisphenol A in canned foods and other consumer products pose a danger
One year after Japan's tsunami scientists fear marine debris from the disaster may hit Hawaii's coral reefs
By visualizing the acoustic habitat, scientists are discovering that the ocean is becoming a noisier place
The agency's environmental and health concerns about phthalates, PBDEs and two other chemical types marks a shift in federal policy and is sparking policy changes in advance of anticipated regulations...
Toxic chemicals created by human activity reach unusual concentrations in the Arctic, among other places
The quickest way to curb Arctic melting now underway may be to turn off the tap of short-lived pollutants swirling north from cities and industry far to the south