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As a result of climate change, concentrations of the trace element selenium in soils are likely to decrease. Because the selenium content of crops may also be reduced, the risk of selenium deficiency could be increased in many regions of the world. This was shown by a recent study which used data-mining to model the global distribution of selenium.Selenium is an essential micronutrient obtained from dietary sources such as cereals. The selenium content of foodstuffs largely depends on concentrations in the soil: previous studies have shown that low selenium concentrations are associated with high pH and oxygen availability and low clay and soil organic carbon content. In Europe, as is known from regional studies, selenium-poor soils are found particularly in Germany, Denmark, Scotland, Finland and certain Balkan countries.
Usually, new administrators at the Environmental Protection Agency are welcomed at headquarters without too much fanfare. That is, until today.
Petcoke piles gone, but another dangerous pollutant discovered in the air., Petcoke piles gone, but another dangerous pollutant discovered in Chicago air.
Dusty mounds of petroleum coke are gone from Chicago, but federal and city officials discovered a potentially more dangerous type of pollution while investigating the black piles that once towered above the East Side neighborhood.
A Globe review shows water treatment plants are failing on reserves across Canada. For every system the government fixes, plenty remain in a shambolic state.
Trash is piling up in China — more than 520,000 tons a day. China's government has concluded the best way to get rid of it is to burn it at incinerators like this one, the Gao'antun incinerator power plant run by the Chaoyang district of Beijing.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar went to a Minneapolis fire station Monday to announce a new bill she’s sponsoring to create a nationwide cancer registry for firefighters.
Bats, birds and tourists love a good cave. And so do viruses. Scientists say this mixture could trigger a deadly outbreak.
Federal officials and Canada's two largest pipeline companies are investigating a spill of 200,000 litres of oil condensate that was reported on Friday.
Some 20 million people are at risk of starvation in the next six months. This warning comes from the U.N.’s World Food Programme as it asks world governments for the highest level of humanitarian aid ever.
Leather processing is big business in Bangladesh, India, and other parts of the developing world, where regulations are lax and poisons run freely.
Fragmented oversight on food safety in the United States has allowed foodborne illness to persist as an expensive and all-too-frequent health concern, a new government report has found.
Delhi now outranks Beijing as the world’s most polluted city.
The PCB saga swirling around a property on Hymus Blvd. in Pointe-Claire continues.
Activists in Newark rallied just a few miles away from one of the nation’s worst toxic Superfund sites: Diamond Alkali which manufactured Agent Orange there, lacing the Passaic River sediment with deadly dioxin.
Lawmakers in Sacramento introduced a bill Friday that would give more power to agencies like the South Coast air district to immediately shut down industrial plants spewing unhealthful levels of pollution in to the air.
If people in the Rio Grande Valley intend to protect their lands and water for future generations, then understanding their historic ties to their culture and territory is essential.
The president has embraced discredited theories linking vaccines and autism. In Texas — where some parents cite “personal beliefs” against vaccination — concerns are growing about basic childhood health care among the state’s diverse groups.
Nearly 1.4 million children are at "imminent risk" of death in famines in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen, the U.N. children's agency UNICEF said on Tuesday.
New research suggests eating certain species that tend to have high levels of mercury may be linked to a greater risk of developing amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gherig's disease.
As city temperatures rise, with a negative impact on health, councils are coming up with some innovative solutions.