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More than two weeks after explosions at its warehouses leveled a section of that district, Rui Hai has become a symbol the high cost of rapid industrialization in a closed political system rife with corruption.
Saima Bhat visits the darkest tunnel that Kashmir’s situation and the food habits have created impacting the gene pool, and forcing thousands of women, including teenagers, to fight for the motherhood., Saima Bhat visits the darkest tunnel that Kashmir’s situation and the food habits have created impacting the gene pool, and forcing thousands of women, including teenagers, to fight for their ability to have children.
This summer, a long-awaited study on the effect of such farms on North Carolina water quality was released, but how its results will be interpreted by regulators remains unclear.
Local governments in China have submitted plans to relocate or upgrade almost 1,000 chemical plants in the wake of the massive explosions in Tianjin earlier this month that killed 147 people.
The legal and practical morass surrounding the Obama administration's controversial water rule became more muddied yesterday.
In India, the Union government has banned multi-dose vials of human diclofenac, which is expected to give a boost to vulture conservation in the country at the same time prevent its misuse on cattle.
After years of neglect, the site of the long-closed U.S. Steel Duluth Works may be be on the verge of revitalization.
Colorado didn't see oil and gas employment fall last year after adopting the air pollution rules serving as a template for new rules proposed by U.S. EPA.
The two cottages on the shore of Lake Champlain will someday be passed down to her children but Enid Letourneau worries the algae that turns the shoreline pea-soup green each August means they won't amount to much of an inheritance.
A recently released Environmental Protection Agency review found Maryland is making headway in reducing the amount of pollution it sends into the Chesapeake Bay, but Pennsylvania is not meeting its goals.
New medium or large hog farms are now banned for the next five years in the Buffalo National River's watershed, under an Arkansas Pollution Control and Ecology Commission vote approving the ban Friday.
The Northern Territory Health Department has found "higher than expected" lead levels in children in two remote communities.
Illegal homes in the eastern highlands of Manicaland province belong to migrants who have fled drought-prone areas of the province in search of fertile soil and good rains. And they are growing in number every year., Illegal homes in the eastern highlands of Manicaland province belong to migrants who have fled drought-prone areas of the province in search of fertile soil.
An Arctic voyage through the awe-inspiring Northwest Passage shows that, with oil drilling in the far north on the way, rapid action is needed to protect the region.
Minister of Environment Khaled Fahmy announced a four-dimensional plan for tackling the oil leaking from an electricity pipe into the River Nile.
The $225 million settlement between ExxonMobil and New Jersey reached this week confirms the oil giant must clean up more than 1,500 contaminated properties from gas stations to refineries - but exactly how much they'll spend or how long it'll take remains murky.
A Newark lawmaker has opened a petition campaign to compel the removal of 500,000 tons of waste in a 15-acre landfill on Chemours property near the company’s soon-to-close Edge Moor pigment plant.
Are GMOs safe? Up to a point, writes Jonathan Latham - provided you're not eating them. That's certainly not proven to be safe, indeed the hazards are numerous: protein encoding viral DNA fragments, herbicide metabolites, biotoxins whose operation is not understood, poorly conducted experiments ... and those are just the ones we know about.
The government is right to extend the badger cull into Dorset, writes Mel Squires in this 'right of reply' article. While culling badgers is only part of the solution of bovine TB, along with annual TB testing of cattle and badger vaccination, it is a necessary measure in areas of high risk.
The effect of new labour saving technologies has been ... to keep us working as long as ever, or longer. But why? Certainly not for our benefit, writes David Spencer. It's to keep civil society suppressed, docile, in thrall to the power of capital. All the more reason to rebel - demand a 30-hour working week now!