Environment


“They did what they liked:” Chevron and Dow on Trial

Tigers or Coal? India Makes a Choice

Death of a Waterfall

Book  Review: Churning the  Earth

Dancing Around the Flame

Sludgy Secrets of the Aluminum Companies

Conflicted Conservation: When restoration efforts are pitted against human rights

The dirty side of "clean" power: The U.S. is pushing India to limit the liability of nuclear-energy firms doing work in that country          

Poisoned Shipments: Are strange, illicit sinkings making the Mediterranean toxic?

Book Review: Out of This Earth




Madhusree Mukerjee

Advertisement from 1962 shows Union Carbide pouring chemicals onto the Indian countryside

Khandadhara waterfall in Odisha, India, is drying up because of iron ore mining