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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: 38 min 9 sec ago
Achieving "zero waste" might seem impossible, but these cities have implemented plans that are getting them very close. Now it's time for the rest of the world to follow along.
Filmmaker Karim Chrobog travels to Seoul, South Korea, which has implemented a high-tech initiative that has dramatically reduced its food waste. Seoul’s efforts could serve as a model for how a major city can recycle discarded food and keep it out of landfills.
New York state environmental groups are taking the black villain hats off drilling companies like Chesapeake Energy Corp. and placing them on Monsanto Co. and other sellers of genetically modified produce.
Public water fountains are useful, but many people feel they aren't clean. A private company wants to provide an alternative.
About one in five people in the capital smoke, and the number of people they subject to secondhand smoke is around 10 million in addition to themselves, according to health officials cited in the Beijing News.
Oregon delegates and Northwest tribal leaders are pursuing a $50 million federal grant program to improve water quality in the Columbia River Basin.
Maggi noodles contain not only monosodium glutamate, or MSG, but also extremely high levels of lead - nearly seven times the permissible limit - a test conducted by the government has found.
An in-depth look at the project's potential financial benefits, environmental impact and associated natural gas pipeline expansion.
Parents tell their children that no matter what bonehead stunt they pull, they’ll make it worse by lying. The American Chemistry Council and corporate executives whose companies produce certain types of flame retardants didn’t learn that lesson.
'Unwanted chemicals' could be stressing wildlife.
Chinese fishing fleets are flocking to distant West African waters, where they engage in ecologically ruinous bottom trawling, subterfuge and other illegal activities that threaten marine resources.
Study finds cold weather kills 20 times as many people as hot weather, and that premature deaths are most often caused by prolonged spells of moderate cold.
Step onto one of Marshfield’s two synthetic turf fields and you'll see them bounce up and maybe even sneak in your shoes.
All agricultural operations need to be careful as to what and how much they are putting into the ground — and eventually the Valley’s water.
In the case of our environment, knowledge has fueled efforts to make our country a healthier and safer place. Unfortunately, we have lost the stomach to fund efforts to collect data.
Despite cases of flaming laptops and recalls, opponents argue flame-retardant chemicals are being overused in electronics and may put health at risk.
The BP oil spill contributed to the deaths of bottlenose dolphins along the Gulf of Mexico's northern coast, scientists said Wednesday, citing a study of tissue samples that for the first time found conclusive evidence of a link between the disaster and the animals' deaths.
A committee of lawyers representing businesses and individuals claiming damages from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill announced a $211 million settlement Wednesday with Transocean Ltd., owner of the ill-fated Deepwater Horizon drilling rig.
Europe's inland and coastal waters have become cleaner and nations such as heavily-indebted Greece and Cyprus boast some of the most pristine bathing spots, according to this year's EU report on water quality, published on Wednesday.
Around half of wild birds have a secure status as EU programs to protect endangered species have boosted numbers, but some of their habitats are cause for major concern largely because of intensive farming, an EU report found on Wednesday.