Stellantis says new pollution control technology installed to address odors at its Mack plant is working as designed — despite more than a hundred complaints and eight air quality violations.
Brutal summer heat puts vulnerable communities at risk; Biden administration initiative meant to address environmental justice may inadvertently widen racial disparities in pollution exposure.
Cascading climate disasters and unjust labor and immigration policies leave undocumented farm laborers without a safety net.
Team of journalists investigating the infrastructure project.
My eyes opened wide when I saw the nitrate reading on this family’s drinking water well — at 30 parts per million, it was far above the safe drinking water standard set by the EPA.
Latino and Black renters, regardless of income, make up the highest percentage of tenants with maintenance deficiencies that can affect their health, according to public data.
The developer and the city insist the Hunters Point Shipyard is safe for development. There's a lot of data that says otherwise. Part III of a series.
Environmental reporter Tony Briscoe of the Los Angeles Times and investigative reporter Joe Rubin share strategies for covering complex stories of pollution and regulatory failure.
Part II: As artists move into the former base, the level of contamination reaches the point where 'if it can't be cleaned, stay the hell out.'