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The European Union is expected to release a long-awaited review of its policies on air pollution before the end of the year. Studies have shown that European city-dwellers are still exposed to concentrations of particulates well above the levels recommended by the World Health Organization.
The global death toll from cancer rose to 8.2 million in 2012 with sharp rises in breast cancer as the disease tightened its grip in developing nations struggling to treat an illness driven by Western lifestyles.
A health physicist commissioned to survey San Francisco’s Treasure Island for radiation has revealed for the first time his belief that people never should have been allowed to live there.
Ontario’s Grand River is so chock full of artificial sweeteners that scientists say the chemicals can be used to track the movement of treated waste in the region’s municipal water supplies.
When Gary Gless bought his sleek, modernist house in Los Angeles in 2002, he thought there would be a golf course across the street. Instead there are drilling wells and oil pads.
A group of food, cleaning, clothing and other companies are launching a new coalition to push Congress to reform the nation’s toxic chemical law.
The motivation for creating a fertilizer robot is simple: Many farmers overuse fertilizer, and that's costly and bad for the environment. But farmers don't have many tools to help them cut back.
An industrial site in New York City that once was used to process radioactive material, including some sold to the government for the Manhattan Project, is still emitting worrisome radiation and should be designated a Superfund cleanup site, the Environmental Protection Agency said Wednesday.
“Welcome to Boomtown USA,” says the sign at the entrance to Williston, N.D. There are no such signs in Britain because there is still no large-scale British fracking industry. Instead the economy remains yoked to high energy costs and low growth.
The Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday that it is taking steps to phase out the use of some important antibiotics in animals raised for meat, a step that public health advocates said would help preserve the effectiveness of drugs critical to human health after decades of inaction by the agency.
A variant of a fungus that rots and kills the main variety of export banana has been found in plantations in Mozambique and Jordan, raising fears that it could spread to major producers and decimate supplies.
While others point at pesticides, Bayer — a major producer of pesticides linked to honey bee declines — has funded research that blames mites for the bee die-off.
Emissions from coal plants in China were responsible for a quarter of a million premature deaths in 2011 and are damaging the health of hundreds of thousands of Chinese children, according to a new study.
A highly volatile commodity traveling near homes. An industrial area prone to liquefying in an earthquake. Those are among more than 100 areas of concern the city of Vancouver, Wash., wants regulators to include in their examination of the environmental impacts of a proposed oil-by-rail operation at the Port of Vancouver.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is being accused of penalizing makers of so-called advanced biofuels like biodiesel in rules proposed last month that are primarily directed at curbing consumption quotas for ethanol in 2014.
A radioactively contaminated block in New York, where material used in America's atom-bomb program was handled, has been proposed for inclusion in the federal Superfund cleanup program.
Three hazardous waste sites in Indiana — including one in Indianapolis — have been added to the federal government’s priority list of severely contaminated sites that need federal intervention to be cleaned up, the Environmental Protection Agency announced Wednesday.
Oakland approved a large crematorium in an East Oakland industrial area without first considering the health impacts of burning some 3,000 bodies a year, according to a lawsuit filed Monday by an East Oakland environmental group.
Half a century after President John F. Kennedy launched the construction of the San Luis Reservoir, the federal government is proposing to expand the reservoir, a key source of water for Central Valley farmers and Silicon Valley – albeit with less fanfare.
Chinese authorities have told pilots who fly to Beijing they must be qualified to land their aircraft in the low visibility brought about by smog, state media said on Thursday, as the government tries to reduce flight delays due to pollution.