Federal courts are battling to shut down a nickel mining plant said to be contaminating the Cateté river – a charge the company denies
The Xikrin, who have lived alongside the Cateté river in the Amazon rainforest in northern Brazil for centuries, have a mantra: “The river is our life.” Surrounded by an abundance of plant species, they swim and bathe here.
To fish, the tribe use timbó, a toxic vine that reduces the concentration of oxygen in the water, forcing the fish to come to the surface,...
The Energy 202: This EPA forum should have been about water pollution. Instead, it sparked another controversy.
Reporters from three news outlets were barred from attending.
A third of water taken from the natural environment in England is wasted, including three billion litres a day from leaky pipes.