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Legislation overhauling how the U.S. regulates its chemicals for the first time since 1976 could hit the Senate floor in the “next day or so,” the office of Sen. Tom Udall and several other Senate aides said yesterday.
Volkswagen is about to learn just what it means to mess with Texas.
Thousands of Filipino children, some as young as 9 years old, risk their lives by working in illegal, small-scale gold mines under terrifying conditions and the government has not done enough to protect them, a human rights group said Wednesday.
Evidence that the lifestyle sins of the grandmother can skip a generation and be visited upon her grandchildren comes from a large Swedish study.
Doctors are finding elevated levels of lead in the children in Flint, Mich., and local tap water is the likely cause. That's the latest alarming news to come out of the city, which switched its water source about a year and a half ago.
ExxonMobil may face renewed legal challenges from plaintiffs claiming that it should have acted to address the risks of climate change, based on new evidence that its own researchers warned management about the emerging threat decades ago.
Two federal agencies are pushing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to slow down General's Electric's shutdown of its PCB dredging project on the Hudson River, but a high-ranking EPA official said the agency is disinclined to do that.
There was one glaring omission in a letter the federal trustees in charge of the Hudson River’s health sent federal regulators Tuesday, warning that General Electric’s removal of pollution dredging equipment could hurt the river for years to come.
The International Council of Chemical Associations says there should be acceptance that “safe levels of exposure” can be set for endocrine disrupting chemicals.
Environmentalists have been burned by the Obama administration before on smog regulations. Now they’re worried that it’s about to happen again.
Mark Saltzman and his colleagues have unveiled a nanoparticle-based sunblock, which they say is longer lasting and less likely to leak into the body than traditional sunscreen.
Woman who developed cancer after working next to Brisbane Expo 88 site says renovators remain 'careless.'
A woman who developed asbestos-related cancer after working next to Brisbane's famous Expo 88 site has warned the risks of asbestos exposure are still being ignored.
A U.S. farm worker and a horticultural assistant have filed lawsuits claiming Monsanto Co.'s Roundup herbicide caused their cancers and Monsanto intentionally misled the public and regulators about the dangers of the herbicide.
They have not been grown in Scotland since 2001 but remain a divisive political issue.
An Israeli study has found a high incidence of Parkinson's disease among those living in Jewish agricultural communities near the Gaza border.
Gary Cohen runs Health Care Without Harm, an organization he co-founded in 1996. It advocates for health-care corporations and hospital systems to become ecologically sustainable in the face of climate change.
The deadly warehouse blasts in Tianjin last month ravaged a dockside district and left smoldering ruins resembling a war zone. In just six weeks, the site has been transformed again, regaining a semblance of normalcy with a lush luster of green.
India's shift to industrial farming left the majority of the nation's cotton farmers increasingly reliant on loans to purchase pricey fertilizers, pesticides, and eventually high-tech seeds.
I believe Monsanto could make a more significant contribution to save the monarch by stopping production of the chemical that is killing the butterfly.
While we marvel at Nasa’s discoveries, we destroy our irreplaceable natural resources - so we can buy pre-peeled bananas and smartphones for dogs.