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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
Updated: 5 min 22 sec ago
Indiscriminate use of any chemical is bad. Judicious use of chemicals as per WHO guidelines – which is what was happening in the Kyoga basin IRS programme – must, therefore, be observed at all times.
In the past seven months, Vietnam imported insecticides and materials to make pesticides worth over $463 million, reported the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Kauai residents have three chances to catch a panel discussion about Roundup’s potential dangers featuring science and environmental health scholars from around the world.
The Cannery in Davis, California, will place an educational incubator farm in the middle of a planned community.
A report released Tuesday by a conservation group finds that some of the nation’s most treasured landscapes are plagued with polluted air and hazy skies - and remain decades behind schedule in restoring visibility.
Illegal mining improves local incomes, but the government wants to regulate this environmentally damaging sector.
An international team of scientists have confirmed that vaccines can contribute to the development of virulent virus strains.
Toronto Wildlife Centre has released the last of the 111 oil-smothered ducks rescued from Mimico Creek after a spill from an overturned truck, but enviros say the threat to wildlife is far from over.
Fertilizing crops in the U.S. Corn Belt emits a potent greenhouse gas, and a new University of Minnesota study shows officials have been underestimating those emissions by as much as 40 percent.
A proposal to use gelled propane instead of water in fracking has led to a rare bit of agreement between some environmental groups in New York and the natural gas industry.
For 110 days and across two seas and three oceans, crews stalked a fugitive fishing ship considered the world’s most notorious poacher (Part 4 of 4).
The Bureau of Land Management has beefed up sage grouse protections on some 50 million acres of the West.
A 20-year struggle to protect a rare bottom-feeding fish from extinction appears headed toward resolution as Inland Empire cities and water agencies are asking the court of last resort to intervene.
Gov. Scott Walker wants to all but eliminate the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and place each state in charge of controlling air and water pollution within its borders if he is elected president.
As General Electric finishes up its final season of dredging the Hudson River of toxic PCBs, more than 160 state legislators sent letters to the CEO urging the company to go above and beyond its mandated dredging requirement.
In 2011, folks in northern Tulare County, California, were in an uproar about a project for seven communities where dangerous chemicals lurked in the well water. Four years later, the project still is years away from delivering water.
BP must complete its payments to local governments that have accepted settlement terms for losses experienced as a result of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster, a federal judge ordered Monday.
You've heard for years that the French and Japanese are much thinner than Americans because of their diets. A new mathematical model assesses why that is and how much thinner Americans could be if they changed their eating habits.
Many people started seeing obesity more as a health crisis, less of a personal problem.
A federal judge says BP will begin paying up to $1 billion in settlements to compensate local governments across the Gulf Coast for lost tax revenue and other economic damages they blame on the company's 2010 oil spill.