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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: 31 min 15 sec ago
Areas of the country Trump won by large margins are particularly vulnerable to the environmental devastation wrought by climate change.
Across North America Indigenous people are pushing for a renewable energy future. This native resistance movement can offer solutions to the climate crisis.
That money will pay for more bike lanes and bridges. Can it also buy a genuine cultural change?
The makers of Sue Bee Honey products face a pair of lawsuits calling the company's labeling misleading because traces of glyphosate, a common pesticide, have been found in the honey.
When you picture school lunch what comes to mind? Gooey pizza and floppy French fries, or fresh organic produce and chicken raised without routine antibiotics? My guess is the former. But thanks to advocates around the country, someday it may just be the latter.
Campaigners, health charities and neighbourhood groups have welcomed plans by the London mayor, Sadiq Khan, to more than double funding to clean up the capital’s dirty air.
In response, the city has made public transportation free for the second day in a row and has limited which cars are allowed to drive, the Independent reported Wednesday.
A bill to fund the federal government through late April will include $170 million to help cities such as Flint, Mich., with drinking water contamination crises, a senior member of the House Appropriations Committee said.
A local environmental group has launched a crowdfunding video campaign Tuesday to raise at least $25,000 toward legal costs that are nearing $1 million.
Maine's congressional delegation should resist efforts to roll back environmental policies that have helped to reduce mercury intake.
New findings suggest that interventions that help reduce smoking in pregnancy may not only promote children’s healthy development, but also reduce vulnerability to substance use.
All manner of garbage from airports, hotels, industries, residential areas and restaurants is dumped there. And thousands of slum dwellers collect electronics, meat bones, metals, milk bags, plastics and rubber, which are mostly sought after for recycling.
Six decades after "Minamata disease" mercury poisoning was first discovered, victims and their advocates are demanding tests for food toxicity and illnesses be carried out to help identify patients.
A new decision from the government of Indonesia could be a major boon for both public health and the global climate.
Optimism is pervasive around Buckhannon, even after President-elect Trump last week chose as his commerce secretary Wilbur Ross, the billionaire who in 2006 owned the mine where an underground explosion killed 12 miners, the region’s worst coal disaster in decades.
Some types of fish contain much more mercury, on average, than others. However, mercury levels can vary between populations of the same species depending on where they reside and migrate.
Health officials sent doctors an alert warning them to continue warning women who are or may become pregnant about travel to areas where the virus is spreading.
Lancaster city officials say state action is needed to solve the lead problem here and in other municipalities.
The Trump administration could put reproductive health care out of reach for millions, but states can fight back.
Nigeria, Benin, Togo, Ghana and Ivory Coast to block imports from oil companies and traders of diesel with sulphur levels many times European limit.