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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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If enough of us decide that climate change is a crisis worthy of Marshall Plan levels of response, then it will become one.
Pressure from a little-known environmental group has led to a new policy on paper sourcing at Twin Cities-based 3M.
The Environmental Protection Agency's latest round of regulations would cost the state billions of dollars, jobs.
Giving one of the world’s biggest oil companies a huge financial benefit might look good to future corporate donors, but it shows he has no concern for cleaning up environmental disasters or for the people who live nearby.
Toxic chemicals are sweeping across our nation's most important agricultural region and officials are using time-tested tactics not to find solutions, but to make the problem seem small and localized.
The findings, presented at the Endocrine Society's 97th annual meeting, focus on the role of the placenta in responding to these chemicals and altering levels of a key pregnancy hormone.
Unpublished research shows medical expenses linked to being extremely overweight have skyrocketed. Experts say the damage is augmented by reduced productivity, wider gender and income inequality and even higher transportation costs.
A freight train loaded with crude oil derailed in northern Illinois, bursting into flames and prompting officials to suggest that everyone with 1 mile evacuate, authorities said.
Across India, construction dust, exhaust fumes from trucks and cars, coal plant and factory emissions, diesel generators, stubble burning in fields, garbage fires and inefficient chulhas, among others, have made air pollution nothing short of a public emergency.
It’s Mammon versus Mormon as Las Vegas and its glittering towers of glass and greed seek to quench their growing thirst by draining billions of gallons of water from under the feet of ranchers whose cattle help feed the church’s poor.
Nearly 800,000 women die every year because they lack access to safe toilets and clean water, said the development organization WaterAid, which analyzed data from the Seattle-based Institute of Health Metrics research center.
Conor Clarke shoots photos of cooling towers, industrial smokestacks and quenching towers in Germany. The resulting photos are gorgeous, even if they show something troublesome.
A study conducted last year by researchers at Wayne State University’s medical school concluded Arab Americans’ pulmonary health is adversely affected by environmental factors.
Lower IQ, adult obesity and 5% of autism cases are all linked to exposure to endocrine disruptors found in food containers, plastics, furniture, toys, carpeting and cosmetics, says new expert study.
Costco Wholesale Corp is working toward eliminating the sale of chicken and meat from other animals raised with antibiotics that are vital to fighting human infections, senior executives at the third-largest U.S. retailer told Reuters on Thursday.
Common chemicals that disrupt human hormones could be costing more than €150bn ($165.4bn; £108.5bn) a year in damage to human health in Europe, a series of studies claims.
It’s famous for its winter sports but few visitors know about the high levels of pollution that collect in this idyllic mountain valley. Chamonix’s mayor hopes a raft of improvements, including a new train service, will help clean up the air.
Under The Dome, a slick production by a former reporter for the state broadcaster, has gripped a public accustomed to griping about the smog. But perhaps the most striking thing about Chai Jing’s film has been the sympathetic response that it has elicited from at least some in authority, despite its relative boldness on a potentially controversial subject.
Chinese premier Li Keqiang on Thursday renewed pledges to tackle the country’s chronic pollution, without announcing any significant new environmental measures.
A class action lawsuit filed on behalf of two Nutley residents seeking financial restitution alleges that pharmaceutical giant Hoffmann La-Roche's Route 3 operation was negligent in its handling of hazardous chemicals, thereby creating a substantial contamination plume that has migrated below homes in the neighborhood and decreased property values.