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The toxic chemical 1,4-dioxane has been detected in shallow groundwater beneath Waterworks Park on Ann Arbor's west side.
Hormone-affecting substance in erasers could put children at risk, Hong Kong consumer watchdog says.
All but one model out of 25 tested by Consumer Council contained chemicals that can increase risk of breast cancer and disrupt testosterone levels.
China’s water contains dangerous amounts of a cancer-causing agent, a new research study shows.
Tiny robots have been helping researchers study how climate change affects biodiversity. Developed by Northeastern University scientist Brian Helmuth, the “robomussels” have the shape, size, and color of actual mussels, with miniature built-in sensors that track temperatures inside the mussel beds.
Some of the biggest unions have denounced the water protectors. But critical voices have been missing from the conversation: those of indigenous union members themselves.
The EU Council today blocked the progress of CETA, the Canada-EU trade deal, writes Nick Dearden. It's a dramatic reversal for the transatlantic 'free trade' agenda, with the unpopular TTIP US-EU agreement already close to death. But negotiators aren't giving up on their aim to push CETA through, no matter what. Our fight goes on!
Exposure to chemicals in pesticides, toys, makeup, food packaging and detergents costs the U.S. more than $340 billion annually due to health care costs and lost wages, according to a new analysis.
Do expanding economies make people richer, happier, healthier lives? In recent years, accumulating evidence suggests that rising incomes and personal well-being are linked in the opposite way. It seems that economic growth actually kills people.
Scientists are still trying to unravel the damaging effects of ground-level ozone on life on earth. But as the world warms, their concerns about the impact of this highly toxic, pollution-caused gas are growing.
The climax of a standoff with the pharmaceutical industry over high prices.
While West Calumet is getting national headlines for its lead crisis, residents in other parts of the city want to know why their neighborhood has not been tested.
PepsiCo Inc has set a target for reducing the amount of sugar in its soft drinks around the world as part of a suite of goals aimed at tackling problems ranging from obesity to climate change.
In the wake of Hurricane Matthew, the Virginia Dept of Health has ordered the emergency closure of thousands of acres of shellfish harvesting waters to avoid potential contamination from flooding and sewage spills “likely containing pathogenic bacteria and viruses.”
Farmers urgently need help to adapt their methods of growing food if the world is to curb greenhouse gas emissions and prevent climate change pushing millions into hunger and poverty, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization said on Monday.
A UN report warns that without measures to halt and reverse climate change, food production could become impossible in large areas of the world.
A filthy brown sea, a slurry of mud, debris, chemicals and waste, has overtaken miles of rural counties in North Carolina. In a state already reeling from lost lives, homes and livelihoods, the color is evidence of major environmental risks.
Use of some of the strongest antibiotics available to treat life-threatening infections has risen to record levels on European farms, new data shows.
Like other school systems across the nation, the Archdiocese of Chicago is being forced to grapple with the toxic legacy of plumbing made of brain-damaging lead.
Proximity of operations to residential areas on the Delmarva Peninsula raises health, pollution concern.
Outrage is the only word for what people are feeling after a tug and fuel barge crashed on rocks in the heart of B.C.’s Great Bear Rainforest on October 13. It’s been leaking 200,000 litres (59, 024 gallons) of diesel fuel into the sensitive marine ecosystem ever since.