Links between environmental exposures and maternal health outcomes remain underexplored, despite recent efforts to catch up.
COVID-19 ravaged Indigenous tribes in New Mexico. State and federal data reveal how a long legacy of uranium exposure may have made them uniquely vulnerable.
Brian Lilla’s Children of the Vine examines the herbicide’s legacy in wine country.
Opponents say the plan would worsen pollution and build momentum for more industrial projects near the fragile coastline.
The state is in danger of missing its 2030 emission goal, but the oil and gas industry is lobbying against changes.
As the agency rolls out a $500 million clean up program, it must navigate skepticism from environmental experts and the public.
Newly discovered records of illegal hazardous waste dumping raise fresh doubts over developer transparency and regulatory oversight.
Questions over DTSC competency complicate taxpayer-funded plans to rehabilitate polluted properties.
Lax enforcement and major permitting problems plague hazardous waste facilities in Los Angeles.
Rethinking our parks to bridge gaps in equity and access to public outdoor spaces.
Proponents of a regulatory exemption claim it would protect small operators. But large oil companies would see the most benefit.
Financial assurance flaws leave taxpayers potentially liable for massive clean-up costs.
Activists have sent a loud and clear message to the California Public Utilities Commission: L.A. and the state should make electric transportation in the city and at the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports a priority.