Learn why you should be concerned about mercury in your fish and find out what steps you can take to ensure you’re avoiding this dangerous toxin.
Read why EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy is not worried about the Supreme Court mercury ruling.
Learn how recent court decisions have opened the door for a new round of lawsuits by polluters trying to avoid cleaning up their plants.
Learn how mercury from coal fired power plants is threatening the future of the Ivory Gull and other sea birds.
Read why the Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments on the U.S. EPA’s Mercury and Air Toxics Standards, which were finalized in 2011.
Find out why parents make the best activists, and why they will fix the climate crisis.
A historic moment for health: the DC circuit court denied and dismissed legal challenges to the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards.
Learn why global climate change can make fish consumption more dangerous, and hear about the international scope of the mercury problem.
Learn about a summary of recent research that shows the link between mercury pollution and climate change.
Hear EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy discuss environmental progress in communities across the country and the importance of their continued support.
Read a review of Eat Drink Vote: An Illustrated Guide To Food Politics, that tackles complex food issues in an informative and wildly entertaining fashion.
Learn about the Chicago Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) listening sessions on carbon pollution, an opportunity to make your voice heard.