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Environmental Health News
Links to articles in today's press about environmental health. Many more links available today at www.EnvironmentalHealthNews.org
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Clean energy's gains in technology and price offer hope and normalcy to those caught in strife and disaster, especially the world's 50 million refugees.
A Raleigh County man was sentenced Wednesday to 21 months in prison for his role in a conspiracy to falsify coal industry water pollution tests at mining operations in Southern West Virginia.
Hillary Clinton's connections to oil and gas interests has created a dilemma for some environmental groups, troubling activists for whom she would be the natural candidate to support for president.
In an effort to expedite the remediation of the Hackensack River, the Hackensack Riverkeeper organization filed a formal petition to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency which will prompt a study to determine if a 22-mile stretch of the river should be listed under the federal Superfund law.
President Barack Obama may decide to kill Keystone XL for good, but that could be no easy task — thanks in part to the North American Free Trade Agreement.
If the EPA is forced to impose a federal plan, it's going to limit options and be bad news for customers in that state.
New research published Thursday suggests that an ingredient that has replaced BPA in many items may have a similar effect on the heart.
Data from about 8,000 women living in the Sacramento metropolitan area were used in a major study - released Wednesday - that linked death from heart disease to exposure to soot found in car exhaust, cooking smoke and diesel pollution.
In a study done in mice, chemicals known as emulsifiers were found to alter the make-up of bacteria in the colon - the first time that these additives have been shown to affect health directly.
With millions of households across the country struggling to have enough to eat, and millions of tons of food being tossed in the garbage, food waste is increasingly being seen as a serious environmental and economic issue.
Europe's approval system for genetically modified crops is "fundamentally flawed", say MPs. The process assumes GM plants pose greater risks than conventional plants, which is not backed by scientific evidence, the parliamentary Science and Technology Committee report says.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday approved legislation that orders the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to fight the toxic algal blooms that tainted drinking water from Lake Erie last summer.
Conservationists claim environmental concerns have been ignored in runup to regional elections in decision to reopen Aznalcóllar mine that caused one of Spain’s worst ecological disasters 17 years ago.
North Carolina’s environmental agency cited Duke Energy on Wednesday for coal ash contamination of groundwater at its Asheville power plant.
U.S. EPA's effort to curb air pollution drifting across state lines was under siege in federal court again today, and it appeared vulnerable to the challenge from states and industry despite emerging victorious last year from the Supreme Court.
House Republicans used a Wednesday hearing on the Environmental Protection Agency’s budget to attack various regulations being pursued by the agency.
A proposal introduced in the California Legislature this week would provide a monitoring process for public water systems to work toward compliance with the state's new drinking water standard for chromium-6.
In New Jersey like everywhere else, the lead-poisoning problem is under-recognized, according to Ted Lidsky, a Manalapan resident and neuropsychologist.
New York State environmental officials have released details of a plan to clean toxic chemicals from a General Electric facility on the upper Hudson River.
Fukushima fishermen appear to have finally run out of patience with Tokyo Electric Power Co.