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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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The new Mendocino, California-based Grange Farm School hopes to replenish our diminishing pool of responsible farmers and, in the process, develop farming techniques that help replenish resources.
In the first six months of 2015, Beijing's air quality improved significantly, registering fewer air pollutants and more clear days, according to the municipal environment protection bureau on Thursday.
State Supreme Court's to decision to allow Sandra Ladra to sue energy companies over quakes could encourage others to step forward with liability cases.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health’s own documents show the agency is falling down on the job when it comes to fracking-related health complaints.
With 63 miles of coastline along Lake Michigan, keeping our Great Lakes clean is a top priority. Lake Michigan is our state's most precious natural resource, and we must work to keep it, and all of the Great Lakes, safe and clean for future generations.
BP reached a comprehensive $18.7 billion settlement with the Department of Justice and five states over environmental damage and human casualties caused by the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Emergency personnel were left working to contain and control a chemical fire Thursday afternoon following the derailment of a CSX train carrying hazardous chemicals.
Now that a final amount has been set for BP's penalties and settlements relating to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, many local and national conservation groups have praised lawmakers for reaching a settlement.
Changes Health Canada has made to how the federal department's website describes the health risks of asbestos are being welcomed in Sarnia, a community hit hard by occupational diseases, including mesothelioma, a cancer caused by exposure to asbestos.
Fifty-one towns, villages and reserves had been evacuated or partially-evacuated.
The Personal Food Computer is a tiny aeroponics system, a miniature farm that creates its own weather, and supplies nutrients to the plants' roots by misting them with water.
The Obama administration said on Thursday that it would update the way the government regulated genetically modified crops and some other biotechnology products, saying that the nearly 30-year-old system had become outdated.
European food safety officials found there was no need to widen buffer zones around genetically modified crops even though research shows that pollen from GM maize, which can travel kilometres further than previously thought.
The Runit Dome in the Marshall Islands is a hulking legacy of years of U.S. nuclear testing.
Beijing plans to shutter the last of four major coal-fired power plants in the capital next year. Reducing coal use is at the center of wide-ranging goals on climate change that China committed to this week.
For six decades, on a spit of land where Quantico Creek meets the Potomac River, the Possum Point Power Station burned fossil fuels and left behind truckloads of a waste product known as coal ash.
Australia's gold miners may soon have access to a technique to extract gold without the environmental risks associated with cyanide.
Chile is the OECD country that spends the least on environmental protection as a percentage of gross domestic product, a study by the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean and the Chilean government says.
What few people outside of public health circles say — but the data also makes clear — is that parents who delay or avoid vaccines are largely, but certainly not exclusively, white, well-educated and well-to-do or outright rich.
The White House on Thursday directed the three U.S. agencies that oversee biotech crop products to improve and modernize their regulatory "framework" to boost public confidence in a system that critics call a failure.