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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
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Smoldering peat gives off massive quantities of carbon dioxide and other pollutants, but the search for solutions is on.
Tar sands is the oil industry’s newest threat. Local activists want to put limits on refinery emissions to halt this dense and dangerous crude from coming to the Bay. But are the regional air district and state government on board?
While living in Oscoda, residents drank, cooked with, bathed in, swam in and fished in the water, never knowing that most of the Wurtsmith Air Force Base and some adjacent ground is polluted with jet fuel, cancer-causing chlorinated solvents and toxic fire retardants.
Reducing deadly pollution has the double benefit of quickly trimming carbon dioxide emissions, the International Energy Agency says.
Attorney General Bill Schuette continues to wage a court battle over the Environmental Protection Agency’s mercury pollution controls for coal-fired power plants despite compliance by Michigan’s biggest utility companies and Gov. Rick Snyder disassociating himself with Schuette’s lawsuit.
Congress gives agency more authority to regulate health and environmental risks and demand toxicity data.
A bill that appeared Tuesday and passed the Senate would provide water to people near coal ash ponds, but may allow Duke Energy to keep some coal ash where it is.
You know how they say politics makes strange bedfellows? Well, sometimes the environment does, too.
Scientists are making impressive progress in creating a vaccine for Zika. And they're using a new technology that makes vaccine development faster than ever.
A local coalition of health agencies is getting $3.23 million in new resources to keep young women healthy in the hopes of bringing down Lucas County’s dismal infant-mortality numbers.
The Starr County Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution opposing aerial spraying of herbicides along the banks of the Rio Grande which environmentalists argue would pose safety risks to residents.
The fight for food has begun in Venezuela. On any day, in cities across this increasingly desperate nation, crowds form to sack supermarkets and protesters take to the streets to decry skyrocketing prices.
The day may be coming when you'll wear pollution detectors on your clothes.
An Aboriginal community is calling for a halt to exploratory drilling preparations on their traditional lands by a Gina Rinehart-linked company, claiming they weren’t properly consulted by the peak body representing them.
Harmful ozone levels drop in Hong Kong, Macau and Guangzhou: experts not convinced they will stay that way.
Concentrations of harmful ozone in the region have dropped to the lowest level since 2010 – but air pollution experts are sceptical that a downward trend can be sustained.
A batch of new studies show the Zika virus is trickier than it appeared at first glance, lurking for months in pregnant females and interfering with the immune system's response.
Efforts to clean up a dry gorge in Ventura that was filled with nearly 30,000 gallons of crude oil could take weeks, officials said Tuesday.
Georgia Power has found evidence that chemicals have leaked into groundwater at three of its coal-fired power plants.
Attorney General Bill Schuette on Tuesday said Gov. Rick Snyder’s private attorneys have been withholding documents from his Flint water crisis investigators — an accusation the governor’s office quickly denied.
In his book The Poverty Industry, Daniel L Hatcher lifts the lid on how federal aid is syphoned away from impoverished people by private companies and cash-strapped public administrations.