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The name Mr Fluffy might sound harmless, but the contamination of more than 1000 homes with deadly asbestos in the 1970s is the stuff of nightmares. This week, the full impact of the Mr Fluffy company's actions in the national capital hit home.
A pervasive agricultural insecticide that has been linked to the decline of honeybees is now a near-constant presence in the small and great rivers that flow through Midwestern farm country, according to the first major review of its kind.
Deep in a private Mendocino Coast forest, trees and brush give way to terraced clearings, miles of irrigation tubing and campsites littered with toxic pesticides. They are the remnants of a marijuana garden.
Leaders from all religious traditions smooth the way for contraception on the idea that sprawling families in poor conditions are not healthy for kids or moms.
One of the most surprising results to come out of a survey released this week by the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America was in response to a question buried in the "general health" section. In the survey of some 2,000 US service members who had combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, three-quarters reported being exposed to burn pits while deployed.
A toxic watch group is seeking the removal from the local market of a Chinese-made plastic toy called “Shrilling Chicken” after two European countries banned its sale because of serious health and environmental risks.
Nearly eight in 10 likely Florida voters want limits on carbon pollution from power plants and as many as 71 percent say they’re concerned about climate change, according to a new poll conducted for an environmental group during the hotly-contested governor’s race.
A judge struck down a fracking ban in Longmont, Colorado Thursday – a victory for oil and gas companies, and a blow to environmentalists trying to halt fracking at the local level. As more and more cities and towns mull fracking bans, courts are weighing in with decisions that vary widely by state.
"We're all on alert," California Department of Fish and Wildlife environmental scientist Sara Borok said. "We don't to want lose this year's spring run. There's not a whole lot we can do other than have more rain dances."
To cope with California’s drought, farmers are carefully selecting which crops they plant and overpumping from deep underground aquifers. But a viable long-term solution to the growing water crisis requires rethinking priorities and conserving much more water.
The federal government has completed its environmental review of what is touted to be the largest gold mine in the eastern United States and will use the information to make a final decision late this fall on the operation north of Camden.
In places in Pennsylvania, well water is unfit to drink, polluted with iron and manganese, but the source of the contamination is complex. Fracking, coal mining, and natural methane formations in the ground combine to muddle the picture.
During a test done in November 2013, Montclair Water Bureau officials discovered a water sample with an amount of PCE that was almost three times the maximum contaminant level established by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
A former top official of the East Orange Water Commission admitted today to conspiring to hide elevated levels of an industrial solvent in drinking water pumped to more than 80,000 residents in the city and neighboring South Orange, state authorities said.
Once upon a time, gathering waters from an underground aquifer in the San Fernando Valley and from the surrounding mountains, the Los Angeles River nourished a lush coastal plain, creating rich soils that covered the region. Today, it's largely encased in concrete and barely recognizable as a river.
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