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Australian health authorities reveal cancer spike in area surrounding Wunderlich ‘factory of death’.
Health authorities have revealed a spike in deadly mesothelioma rates in the area around an old asbestos factory in Melbourne’s west.
Louisiana shrimp was safe to eat following the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, a new study concluded, reaffirming previous federal and state studies.
If necessary, Friends of Mahaulepu says it's prepared to take legal action to stop Hawaii Dairy Farms' proposed $17.5 million, 578-acre dairy in the Mahaulepu Valley. The group's concerns surrounding the plan range from water contamination to economic consequences and health risks from flies.
About 15 billion pounds of Bisphenol A, or BPA, are produced for commercial use each year. This week a new study in PLOS One, authored by endocrinologist Frederick vom Saal, reports that touching thermal paper after using hand sanitizer can increase the amount of BPA absorbed by the skin 100-fold.
There's hope for India's imperilled vultures. There has been a big reduction in the use of veterinary diclofenac, a painkilling drug given to livestock that is deadly to vultures that dine on their carcasses.
A new study that looked just at women has determined that living near a major roadway significantly increases their risk of dying from sudden cardiac failure.
A new study by researchers at West Virginia University’s Mary Babb Cancer Center strengthens mountaintop coal mining’s link to high cancer rates in nearby communities.
Biotech and supermarket giants are spending more than $25m (£15.6m) to defeat ballot initiatives in two western states that would require labelling of foods containing genetically modified organisms.
A group representing some 30,000 Indians and other inhabitants of Ecuador's Amazon region who are affected by oil pollution have requested that the International Criminal Court open a criminal investigation of Chevron Chairman and CEO John Watson.
Diwali has left the Capital gasping for breath with the city recording nine times higher air pollution level than normal. The Meteorology Department has cautioned that Delhiites will have to fight the increased air pollution level over the weekend too.
Japan warned on Friday that a volcano in southern Japan located roughly 64 km from a nuclear plant was showing signs of increased activity that could possibly lead to a small-scale eruption and warned people to stay away from the summit.
Federal appellate judges greenlighted yesterday U.S. EPA's implementation of a program to curb air pollution that drifts between states. The order from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit comes after the Supreme Court upheld many aspects of the program in April.
Many politicians at the national level still steer clear of the politically charged topic of climate change. But in communities across the country where the effects are lapping at the doorsteps of residents, pragmatism often trumps politics, and candidates as well as elected officials across the political spectrum are embracing the issue.
With surface water supplies decimated from the ongoing drought, more Californians are forced to use groundwater. But groundwater is unsafe for nearly 800,000 residents, according to the state's water resources control board.
The deal reached early Friday by the European Union to cap its greenhouse gas emissions was meant to increase pressure on the rest of the world to achieve a landmark accord on climate protection next year, the bloc’s leaders said. But environmentalists said the agreement amounted to a weak compromise.
Out of the jungles of East Borneo in Indonesia comes the fire that fuels Asia’s burgeoning economies: coal. Miners dig deep, open pits, clearing forests and farmlands to extract coal from thick, black seams, which is then crushed and loaded onto trucks and barges for shipment to China, India, Japan and other destinations in Asia.
Scientists are finding fewer rangia clams in a northeast inlet of Galveston Bay, suggesting that not enough fresh water is flowing from the Trinity River to protect the ecological health of a drought-plagued state's most bountiful estuary.
The good news about the Brazilian presidential elections is that both incumbent President Dilma Rousseff and challenger Aécio Neves have formally committed themselves to building a low-carbon economy. The bad news is they haven’t said a whole lot yet about how they intend to get there.
Some oil and gas drillers are using benzene, which can cause cancer, in the mix of water and chemicals they shoot underground to free trapped hydrocarbons from shale rock, an environmental watchdog group said today. Benzene isn’t banned in hydraulic fracturing, although diesel is restricted.
The oil-sands industry in Alberta has a problem: It's capable of producing more oil than it can get to market. It has tried building new pipelines south into the U.S. – the Keystone XL project – and west to B.C. But both projects are stalled. Now a battle is heating up over the latest proposal: a 2,858-mile-long pipeline to Canada's east coast.