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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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There's a difference between actually having a brand purpose and just talking about having one.
Emergency management said 102 people have been treated after a major chemical spill at MGP Ingredients Inc. in Atchison, Kansas.
If you are awake and alive in the 21st century, with even an ounce of empathy, your heart and mind are going to be ripped asunder.
As if this election wasn’t slimy enough.
Flooding from Hurricane Matthew did cause a problem — but it took a nonprofit water watchdog to uncover it.
Adam Scott believes the oil and gas industry is misleading Canadians. Scott has been scrutinizing the oil industry's numbers for years, previously at Environmental Defence Canada and now with Oil Change International as their senior campaigner. He disputes industry's claim that Canada needs more pipelines.
The political committee behind Amendment 1 on solar energy has scrubbed from its social media platforms nearly every reference to the James Madison Institute after revelations that the group’s policy director bragged in a leaked audio recording that the utility industry is using the amendment to deceive the public into thinking it is a pro-solar initiative.
First-time government senator Matthew Samuda has reopened a long-running national conversation on whether or not to ban plastic and styrofoam containers, which are the main culprits clogging waterways, sewers, streets and gullies, as well as the landfill.
Can the US-Russia plutonium disposition agreement be saved?
Election campaigns are light on science. But once a new president is in office, technical issues have a way of demanding attention.
Supporters of a growing movement to blockade the Muskrat Falls hydro project in Labrador over methylmercury concerns say it's a test of Justin Trudeau's bid to reconcile with aboriginal people.
University at Buffalo alumnus Marc Edwards successfully self-funded a campaign studying and exposing the impoverished Michigan city’s lead water crisis at a time when state and federal agencies tried covering it up.
Belinda Barnes grew up on the San Jacinto River, fishing, crabbing and water skiing. She says she might have made different choices had she known toxic waste from a former paper mill was dumped on the river's banks.
The United Nations asked countries to invest at least 20% of their transport budgets to create such infrastructure to save lives, reverse pollution and reduce carbon emissions.
Mayor Byron Brown announced a series of new initiatives that he said go above and beyond what the federal Environmental Protection Agency requires water utilities to do to ensure drinking water is safe from lead.
Government spending, to identify chemicals of concern, could be significantly reduced if companies provided full disclosure of substances in materials and products, says the executive director of the Swetox Research Center.
The massive leak at Aliso Canyon prompted a task force to convene and discuss ways to keep more than 400 facilities nationwide safer.
Recipe wizard Mark Bittman dishes on how the next president could overhaul the system.
The Pollution Control Department will sue Rajburi Ethanol Co for allowing molasses wastewater to leak into the Mae Klong River, killing many giant stingrays and other aquatic life.
The EPA's inspector general says the agency had the authority and ‘sufficient information’ to address lead contamination seven months before it finally took action.