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The Nuclear Regulation Authority said Thursday it will investigate geologic faults existing at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant as part of the safety assessment process for two reactors there.
Wildlife groups are celebrating following the announcement that the Gloucestershire badger cull is being abandoned early, after it failed to meet any of its targets.
Unsustainable farming systems that damage the environment and public health thrive at the expense of sustainable producers. Patrick Holden makes the case for "true cost accounting" ... We must account for the real costs of food, or sustainable food systems will never break through to the mainstream. We live in a time when the need for sustainable food and farming systems has never been more urgent. Earlier this year, over 200 leading scientists signed a consensus statement on Maintaining Humanity's Life Support Systems in the 21st Century. It expressed deep concern that society has reached the tipping points for a range of environmental and social consequences to our behaviour, which could significantly degrade life on earth by 2050.
Unsustainable farming systems that damage the environment and public health thrive at the expense of sustainable producers. Patrick Holden makes the case for "true cost accounting" ...
We are approaching the point of no return. If we don't respond to the myriad calls for help that are echoing around this World at an ever increased velocity each day, then we will be condemning ourselves – and those who call upon us – to being forever stranded upon a desolate and barren shore.
An inspirational series of talks has taken place this autumn at St Pauls Cathedral in London. Sharon Garfinkel will be back for more when the next series begins in 2014.
For decades, oil has been the fuel of choice for thousands of residential buildings in New York City. But now there are fewer chimneys spewing black smoke. That's because the city has a program encouraging owners to convert to cleaner-burning natural gas.
A mutation in a brain protein makes people exposed to pesticides and a herbicide more likely to develop Parkinson’s disease, according to a study led by San Diego scientists.
Mayor Alan Arakawa recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Monsanto, obtaining assurances from the company that it will engage in safe practices involving restricted-use pesticides.
Work began in recent days to remove, bit by bit, the giant chimney protruding from the Chernobyl nuclear power station. It's one small part of a mammoth engineering project, now nearing completion, designed to slash the risk of another major release of radioactivity.
Federal agencies have a packed schedule for the coming year that includes expected rules targeting greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, tightening control over hydraulic fracturing on public lands and updating efficiency requirements on a variety of appliances.
A radical plan to dispose of Britain's huge store of civil plutonium – the biggest in the world – by "burning" it in a new type of fast reactor is now officially one of three "credible options" being considered by the Government, The Independent understands.
Poor methods of farming and inefficient control of crop pests and diseases is leading to a severe threat of famine in Tanzania, raising urgent questions about use of GMO crops and strong pesticides, especially with regard to banana wilt and cassava mosaic diseases.
Each square kilometre of ocean around Australia is polluted with thousands of 'invisible' fragments of plastic, a new study has found, posing a potential health hazard for humans and marine life alike.
Most of the patches in Nameet’s farm have not been tilled for several years. Nameet, his brother Naveen and cousin KN Prasad, who founded FirstAgro in 2010, look for near-virgin lands even though they are harder to till. But it’s the first step in growing zero-pesticide crops.
The home of British fishing is under threat of destruction from chemicals found in dishwasher tablets, experts have warned. Chalk streams which feed into the rivers Test and Itchen have been found to contain alarmingly high levels of phosphorus.
America’s recent energy boom has left little breathing room for solar and wind, as low prices for natural gas make it economically challenging for innovators to move U.S. utilities toward the wider use of renewable sources of energy.
Living with polar bears is growing more risky in a future being written by climate change. The loss of sea ice has already caused a precipitous drop in the bear population around Hudson Bay, forcing bears off their platform for hunting seals – their main source of food.
The driest year on record has left California reservoirs so depleted - and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta so fragile - that state water officials say they may be able to provide just 5 percent of the water they and others were expecting for next year.
Buried beneath the world’s oceans and the Arctic permafrost lies a global energy source that many think might dwarf today’s fracking revolution: huge reservoirs of natural gas trapped in ice crystals.