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Residents in This Newark Neighborhood Feel Neglected in Water Contamination Crisis

An old home in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood. Many of the residences in this area are a century old or even older. Photo by Teddy Haines.   Walk due east from Newark Penn station, and you’ll pass through the close-knit working-class community known as the Ironbound. Once a major industrial hub, this neighborhood has become known for its heavy Spanish and […]

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Puerto Rico stuck in an environmental crisis

The island’s battered infrastructure continues to be a problem and many believe it won’t be able to handle the increasing threat of climate change if no changes are made.

With fracking decision looming, New Yorkers worry about water
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With fracking decision looming, New Yorkers worry about water

The indecision on fracking is up for review.

GOP Primary: Living with Fracking
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GOP Primary: Living with Fracking

Residents find themselves outcasts in the middle of a hot environmental debate that could boil over in the upcoming presidential election.

The Border Project: Group doles out water, saves lives
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The Border Project: Group doles out water, saves lives

Humane Borders gives illegal immigrants what they need most: water.