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1 Noxious odors carry dangerous potential following residents' hundreds of complaints
2 Equilibrium/Sustainability — Did COVID-19 leak from labs or bats? Researchers say we'll likely never know | TheHill
3 Minority and low-income communities may face greatest threat from cancer-causing gas
4 Three Exxon refineries top the list of U.S. polluters
5 Inspector General Rebukes EPA for Failing to Protect Communities From Carcinogenic Air Pollution
6 Air of Uncertainty: New OIG report pushes EPA to review chloroprene plant emission standards, levels
7 A strong voice for environmental action in Louisiana's Cancer Alley
8 A Q&A with chemist and MacArthur 'Genius Grant' recipient Wilma Subra, on the Mayflower oil spill
9 As Bristol, Virginia plans more air samples, one couple contemplates moving
10 More air samples tie odors, chemicals to Bristol landfill gas leak
11 Fractured: About our data
12 Citgo to Pay $19.7 Million Fine for Louisiana Oil Spill
13 Lake Charles industry to pay $5.5 million over contaminating Calcasieu River estuary
14 Pig problem continues for St. Mary man after seeking help for a year
15 Gordon Plaza residents continue their quest for justice | New Orleans' Multicultural News Source
16 Louisiana Refineries to Pay $5.5M for Lake Charles-Area Contamination
17 Three of Exxon’s refineries on US list of biggest polluters
18 The EPA Calls an Old Creosote Works in Pensacola an Uncontrolled Threat to Human Health. Why Is There No Mo...
19 Smoke from Wisconsin refinery explosion poses health risk
20 Investigation: Cracker plant will bring jobs, pollution
21 South Texans Fight Permit Renewal For Oil and Gas Waste Facility
22 Wastewater Leak at Florida Plant Fuels Federal Oversight Debate
23 Racism turned their neighborhood into 'Cancer Alley.’ Now they’re dying from COVID-19.
24 New Orleans Forum Explores Industrial Pollution, Environmental Impact and Community Action
25 'Ticking Time Bombs': Residents Kept In The Dark About Risks To La.'s Chemical Plants During Storms
26 Jim Bob Moffett, brash Fortune 500 CEO in New Orleans, dies at 82
27 Test Showed Exxon Plant In My City Produced 350 Pounds Of Particulate Matter PER HOUR
28 Trump EPA Invited Companies to Revise Pollution Records of Carcinogen
29 Pig poop and coal ash are real concern in North Carolina floods
30 Letters: Health problems fairly linked to Denka plant
31 Around 600,000 Are Without Clean Water In Louisiana After Hurricane Laura. Some Will Go Without For Weeks.
32 DEQ says St. John Parish chemical plant has reduced chloroprene emissions by 85 percent
33 Activists find high cancer rates among residents near Denka plant; scientists question methodology
34 PC defers action on neighbor's hog farm complaint
35 Sewage, fecal bacteria in Hurricane Harvey floodwaters
36 The Big March to Save Lives in Death Alley
37 How a largest-ever dead zone will impact Louisiana
38 Earthworks' Board of Directors
39 Fractured: Harmful chemicals and unknowns haunt Pennsylvanians surrounded by fracking
40 Chemical fire in Lake Charles after Hurricane Laura's landfall prompts shelter-in-place order
41 Scientist warns of Tallevast dangers
42 Bayou Community Struggles with Sinkhole
43 Wanhua puts 400 kilotonnes MDI on ice in Louisiana
44 Fractured: Distrustful of frackers, abandoned by regulators
45 'It’s disgusting': The story of 3 Louisiana pig barns and their waste along Bayou Teche
46 Bill targeting Louisiana repeat air polluters fails in House committee
47 Smoke from Superior refinery explosion poses health risk
48 Changes proposed for south Arkansas plant's cleanup
49 St. Gabriel residents turn to environmental group as they seek answers to health problems
50 Mossville's end
51 Even Louisiana’s Wealthier Neighborhoods Can’t Escape Toxic Air in “Cancer Alley”
52 Gulf of Mexico 'dead zone' expected to be largest ever; Louisiana to 'bear the burden' of its effects
53 Lt. General who led Katrina ops warns of risk from more hurricanes
54 Smoke plume from burning asphalt likely toxic: EPA says testing shows air was safe after Superior oil refinery fire was out
55 Gordon Plaza residents continue to fight for relocation | New Orleans' Multicultural News Source
56 Despite EPA Knowledge of Health Hazards, Fracking Chemicals Remain Secret
57 EPA Releases Chloroprene Data, Residents Sue Chemical Maker : Shots
58 'We’re just waiting to die': the black residents living on top of a toxic landfill site
59 Five Years Later
60 Fate of red mud lakes at Burnside complex tied to future of alumina processing plant
61 Landfill with Love Canal legacy still poses danger
62 Air Pollution Crisis in Willowbrook, Ill., Exposes Toxic Racial Divide
63 Abandoned oil, gas wells major problem | Editorials | americanpress.com
64 Mississippi River Flooding: Pollution, Fertilizers, Sewage in the Flood Waters; ABC News Does its Own Testing
65 Is a Superfund site safe for a jail?
66 Findings show hydrogen sulfide emissions from Arkansas paper mill over limit
67 'Elevated flaring' at Shell Norco plant — visible for miles — should end by midweek, company says
68 Dozens pack meeting at LSU on proposed River Road barge cleaning facility
69 Drinking water blamed in hundreds of illnesses, 13 deaths, CDC reports
70 Tens of thousands in southwest Louisiana remain without power two weeks after Hurricane Laura
71 Toxic towns: People of Mossville 'are like an experiment'
72 The hidden health dangers of flooding
73 Natural Gas Boom Brings Major Growth for U.S. Chemical Plants
74 Petrochemical America: From Cancer Alley to Toxic Valley featured at SPACE gallery
75 A virus stalks a county with one of the highest death rates in US: 'People are dropping like flies'
76 'If there's a spill, it's a disaster': living next to a giant lake of radioactive waste
77 Toxic Truth: New report raises 'Cancer Alley' concerns
78 In Louisiana's 'Cancer Alley,' growing sinkhole creates more concerns
79 Exxon refinery catches fire day after U.S. government settles over pollution from other gulf plants
80 Baton Rouge region, entire state now in line with national air pollution standards
81 Proposed battery component factory in Manchac drawing community opposition
82 When covering up a crime takes precedence over human health: BP's toxic Gulf Coast legacy
83 Louisiana sinkhole shatters calm, prompts buyouts on the bayou – Center for Public Integrity
84 Contaminated retention pond ordered closed at Clean Harbors Colfax
85 Pig feces and coal ash a serious concern in North Carolina floods
86 Ingredients of Controversial Dispersants Used on Gulf Spill Are Secrets No More
87 'I'm watching my neighborhood die': St. John residents decry changes to Denka Plant air monitoring
88 The worst part about BP’s oil-spill cover-up: It worked
89 Why Cuts to the EPA Will Be Measured in Illnesses and Deaths
90 Mosaic's plan for removing acidic water from St. James complex concerns environmentalists
91 New cancer-causing danger in Baton Rouge-New Orleans corridor, EPA report says
92 People Near Wyoming Fracking Town Show Elevated Levels of Toxic Chemicals
93 ACC/TSCA Attack on IRIS: Formaldehyde, Chloroprene, EtO
94 They Don't Call It "Cancer Alley" For Nothing
95 Will Methanol Be The New Aroma Of Tacoma?
96 Trump's Budget Kills Funds for Clean Tap Water in Struggling Small Towns • The Revelator
97 6 Years After Exxon’s Oil Pipeline Burst in an Arkansas Town, a Final Accounting
98 Paper mill fined over foul air; Georgia-Pacific plant in Arkansas to pay $600,000, fix flaws
99 Massive Sinkhole In Louisiana Baffles Officials
100 Mercaptans in Methane Leak Make Porter Ranch Residents Sick, and Fearful