Craig LeMoultJuly 19, 2018 08:15 AM
Massachusetts' Only Glass Recycling Plant ClosesThere’s still plenty of glass that needs to be disposed of, and there's no perfect option for getting rid of it.
Samantha Fields | WCAIJuly 12, 2018 10:45 AM
National Seashore Trying to Understand, Adapt to Erosion HotspotsOne thing driving erosion is underwater sandbars, and the channels that form between them, perpendicular to shore.
Pien HuangJuly 12, 2018 10:10 AM
Flood Insurance Is Flawed, But NeededThe cost of flood insurance is rising every year. And, despite its limited coverage, the National Flood Insurance Program is broke.
Jennifer LibertoJuly 9, 2018 09:19 AM
Starbucks Says Goodbye Plastic Straws, Hello to Recyclable Plastic LidsThe company announced on Monday that it plans to get rid of plastic straws in its 28,000 stores worldwide by 2020.
Tori BedfordJuly 5, 2018 05:54 PM
City Of Worcester Shaming And Naming Illegal Trash DumpersWorcester’s Quality Of Life task force is so fed up with illegal dumpers they’re now naming (and shaming) anyone who throws garbage anywhere it isn’t supposed to be.
Samantha FieldsJuly 4, 2018 09:58 PM
Cape Cod's Biggest Ever Beach Nourishment Project Could Be Coming to SandwichFor more than 100 years, the town’s main beach has been starved of sand by its neighbor, the Cape Cod Canal.
Edgar B. Herwick IIIJune 27, 2018 09:19 AM
The Boston Neighborhood That's Built On A 600 Million Year Old VolcanoWhen West Roxbury was as high as the Himalayas with a volcano as active as Mt. Fuego.
Stephanie LeydonJune 20, 2018 09:39 AM
As Ocean Water Changes, Oyster Growers Turn To TechnologyOysters are one of the top seafoods produced in New England, right behind lobster and sea scallops. But, along a saltwater river in Maine, an oyster farmer is using technology to make his business resilient.
WGBH NewsJune 15, 2018 01:46 PM
Talia Buford On Pruitt's EPA And Environmental InequitiesEnvironment reporter Talia Buford discusses why environmental issues do not affect communities equally.