Researchers estimate that soot, or black carbon, pollution in the most popular and accessible part of Antarctica is causing an extra inch of snowpack shrinkage every year.
Alaska sues PFAS makers as lawmakers seek broader action from regulators
The state of Alaska is suing manufacturers of a pair of the toxic PFAS compounds that have contaminated groundwater across the state. The lawsuit filed Wednesday names chemical giants 3M, Dupont and others.
Agencies no longer need permit to use herbicides, pesticides on state lands
State agencies no longer need a Department of Environmental Conservation permit to use herbicides and pesticides on state property and rights of way.