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Last year, high levels of bacteria from manure or other runoff forced the city to close its swimming areas for weeks. Bacteria levels recently spiked again, and the city is hoping to pinpoint the source.
It's a dangerous combo: Petrochemicals from factories along “Cancer Alley” created a deadly living environment for Alton Sterling long before he lost his life to an officer’s bullet. Toxic lead levels in Baltimore echo the violence Freddie Gray experienced at the hands of police.
A new study finds that a commonly used insecticide kills much of the sperm created by male drone honey bees, one reason why the bees are dwindling.
India’s lack of toilets and poor access to sanitation are holding back its children, causing stunted growth and curbing their development, a new report says.
The world’s most widely used insecticide is an inadvertent contraceptive for bees, cutting live sperm in males by almost 40%, according to research.
The report was commissioned following contamination of groundwater near the base by a toxic firefighting foam containing the chemicals PFOS and PFOA.
A confidential document shows the city only made its data on the amount of untreated sewage seeping into Winnipeg’s rivers public following a probe under privacy legislation.
The Journal News/lohud.com review of 2010 pesticide data in New York found population and golf-course density drove usage rates.
Pesticides, and other toxic chemicals, pose the biggest threat to workers handling them regularly, like on golf courses and farms.
San Francisco hopes to inspire individuals to change their behavior in order to contribute to clearer, healthier air.
If the recommendation is adopted, Lane County could serve as a model for other jurisdictions in Oregon and elsewhere — but only if it respects both the power and the limited utility of the tool it has been given permission to use.
This $500 shirt changes patterns when it detects air pollutants., This shirt changes patterns when it detects air pollutants.
As the Internet of Things grows at a rapid rate, so does my skepticism for each additional "smart" product that makes it to market., For those willing to shell out $500, this starts a conversation. For the rest of us, planting a tree might be the better option.
What will the cities of the future look like? How could they be affected by driverless cars, changing work habits, green building and the environment?
A mysterious green residue started coating golfers’ shoes last spring at Rye Golf Club. Players joked about wiping the gunk off, but angry questions mounted as the lush course transformed into a field of dustbowls.
Two herbicides commonly used in Iowa — atrazine and glyphosate — have come under scrutiny for potential human health and environmental dangers and are in the midst of a contentious U.S. EPA re-registration process.
Chemical companies and golf-course superintendents have spent millions of dollars on lobbying against reforms targeting pesticides.
The super flasher begins to experience hot flashes relatively early in life, and her symptoms continue well past menopause. Her symptoms can last 15 years or more. African-American women were three times as likely to be in the super flashers group.
Volkswagen's $14.7 billion settlement of its U.S. diesel emissions cheating scandal cleared another legal hurdle on Tuesday, as a federal judge gave the automaker preliminary approval to buy back up to 475,000 vehicles.
China’s coal use may have reached its peak in 2014, a new study published in Nature Geoscience suggests.
A tale of long-term, shortsighted greed whose subject could not be more important: the destruction of the world’s forests.