If regional trash disposal behemoth Valley Vista has its way, an unassuming Pomona thoroughfare will soon transform into a 10.5-acre waste-processing facility with extreme consequences for local residents.
With the news out of Japan about the potential effect of radiation on the population, Americans are starting to ask themselves some tough questions, about weather, about energy, about our natural resources and how to protect them.
The President's Cancer Panel report has been provoking passionate responses. An attack by the nation's leading cancer charity against a report that argues for cancer prevention via stronger environmental reform deserves a closer look.
Cancer survivors -- and there are more than ten million of us in the United States -- can be a powerful lobby for change. We can show the human cost of past polluting practices and fight for a safe, just future.
Though natural gas is marketed as the "safe" energy source compared with coal, according to an EWG report, a single well contains chemicals sufficient to "contaminate over 100 billion gallons of water."