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The shift in approach in West Virginia is also good news for environmentalists worldwide, who want to see more urgency in transitioning away from fossil fuels.
The Guardian Media Group is to divest its £800m fund from fossil fuels over five years. But the promise excludes natural gas and other 'hydrocarbons' - leaving the door open for it to retain controversial investments in fracking.
Beach cleanups yield enormous amounts of trash, with plastic items a major constituent. The human health impacts of this marine plastic pollution remain poorly characterized, but it is widely seen as an emerging problem that deserves much more research attention.
The idea, according to builders, is to give native bees and bugs a pesticide free refuge to winter and rest so they can survive and thrive in the surrounding forest.
A Portland mother who has been recognized nationally for her activism against lead hazards is petitioning Portland Public Schools and the City of Portland to clean up lead hazards in district schools built before 1978.
With more than 84,000 chemicals currently listed in the Toxic Substances Control Act inventory and many of them lacking significant toxicologic data, it’s no easy task to pick out potential endocrine-disrupting compounds.
In a bid to make research papers more accessible to non-scientists, journals should require scientists to write lay summaries of their articles. That is the proposal put forward in a recent opinion piece and online petition that caught the attention of researchers on social media.
Ambient air pollution has been associated in some studies (but not all) with increased blood pressure in adults and children. A study in this issue of EHP examines even earlier exposures during gestation, an important period of cardiovascular growth and development.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's cabinet signed off on a draft law on Wednesday that imposes an effective ban on the controversial technique of fracking for shale gas.
Ahead of December climate talks in Paris, the US today committed to cut its greenhouse emissions 28 percent. Mexico and the EU have made their pledges, reluctant nations and the GOP still stand between Obama and a climate deal.
The silver anniversary of Roy Spencer's career-defining moment arrived with no expectation in March. He didn't realize it until someone mentioned it to him.
Cholera infects millions of people each year, killing up to 142,000 of its victims. Localized outbreaks have been recorded since ancient times. A current ongoing pandemic reportedly began in Indonesia in 1961 and has spread to more than 50 countries.
A new map showing the level of atmospheric carbon dioxide around the world finds that many of the world's biggest shipping routes are surprisingly polluted, given their location far from land.
A new study shows ultrasound pictures of nonsmokers’ fetuses looking peaceful, while the smokers’ fetuses look much more distraught, clawing at their faces and grimacing.
U.S. regulators will put new restrictions on the world's most widely used herbicide to help address the rapid expansion of weeds resistant to the chemical, Reuters has learned.
The Oregon Legislature is considering limiting the nonmedical use of antibiotics in large animal farms through two bills, with the hopes of preventing the growth of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday issued a permit that would allow the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to dredge Cleveland's harbor, but not permit it to put any of the dredged material in Lake Erie.
The U.S. formally submitted to the United Nations a commitment to reduce its climate-warming greenhouse gas emissions by up to 28 percent below 2005 levels by 2025.
New Hampshire residents concerned after possible exposure to toxic levels of contaminated well water.
Thousands of New Hampshire residents may have been exposed to toxic levels of chemicals from contaminated well water.
An environmental study for the proposed expansion of uranium mines in Utah was flawed and needs to be redone, a regional U.S. Forest Service officer said last week, rejecting an earlier decision to permit the project.