Companies responsible for forest fires in Indonesia are not being served equal punishment. Civil suits are difficult to execute, while criminal suits do not seem to be moving forward.
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The pharmaceutical company has announced encouraging results from a clinical trial focused on virus-fighting antibodies.
Power plants in three Indonesian villages stopped operating less than a year after being officially opened. As a result, hundreds of families spend their nights without electricity.
After 10 years and over $350,000 worth of grants, Georgia has something its neighbors don't: a database mapping almost 60,000 coastal septic tanks.
The human immune system can't beat back a pathogen if its many players don’t hit the right notes at the right times. A new study finds that people who suffer the most from COVID-19 have an immune response that’s out of sync.
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, Turkish authorities have used judicial harassment and administrative investigations to silence public health officials who try to speak out.
When Azmera Shaikh's family was in quarantine, the rules made it difficult to put out garbage and get groceries. Yet neighbors did not help. Their attitude, she says, was “more traumatizing than the illness itself.”
Old equipment and rising sea levels can mean serious problems for septic systems—and pollution of local waterways—on the Georgia coast.
Do people who suffered a mild or moderate bout of COVID-19 months ago need to worry about their heart health? Scientists search for the answer.
This Colombian man has dedicated years to training youth on how to protect the environment. His is the ninth installment in the Rainforest Defenders series.
Five hundred years after Spanish conquistadors arrived, gold is still a driving economic force in South America's Guiana Shield. But the industry depends on another element, one with deadly side effects for miners and rainforests: mercury.
Prisoners have been excluded from vaccine trials out of concern that they may be coerced into participating, but researchers say that including the vulnerable population in COVID-19 studies could have outsize health benefits.