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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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Industry groups are fighting an Oregon bill that would protect children from toxic chemicals, saying such regulation should be done at the federal level.
For years pregnant women have been warned about eating tuna because of worries about mercury exposure. But now a federal panel has reignited the debate about the benefits and risks.
A scientist skeptical of climate change who is at the center of a controversy over his funding from oil and coal interests said Monday he is “saddened and appalled” by the attacks against him.
Europe needs to introduce farther-reaching policies if it wants to achieve its long-term climate target, the EU's most important environmental body said in a report published Tuesday.
The City of Oslo has committed to selling off its investments in coal companies, citing the environmental damage caused by the fuel.
Company begins approval process for project that could power 1.5 million homes in Wales, but concerns remain over enormity of scale and high electricity costs.
A new study says Californians should be fairly accustomed to long, harsh and dry conditions.
New York regulators last week published a major order meant to form the backbone of the state's ambitious drive to reform its electricity grid to encourage growth of distributed, decentralized power resources.
A “tidal lagoon” capable of powering all the homes in Wales could be built off the Cardiff coast, under Government-backed plans for a series of tidal electricity schemes around the UK.
The European Union will fail to meet an ambitious goal of significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 unless it takes more aggressive measures to limit the use of fossil fuels and adopts new environmental policies, according to a report scheduled for release on Tuesday.
Britain's nuclear weapons base suffers from 'serious' nuclear safety incidents and 'poor safety culture.'
Britain’s nuclear weapons base has suffered from a dozen serious nuclear safety failures in recent years, according to official records.
A generation of children will grow up with their lives blighted by illegally high levels of air pollution after the Government rejected proposals to protect schools in the worst affected areas, MPs claim.
Detroit has reduced diesel emissions by about 45,000 tons over the past five years through engine upgrades and replacements spurred by a federal program in its last year of authorization.
"Just because you’re someone who’s been struggling for a while doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get good food."
In one of the world’s most perplexing public health issues, Indian mothers tend to be less healthy than their counterparts in poorer countries.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals agreed last week to hear the first case to challenge U.S. EPA's role in the massive loss of bees in the last decade.
Researchers said Monday that a recent extreme drought in Syria was most likely linked to climate change, and that the drought was a factor in the violent uprising there.
As fish carcasses continued to wash up on Singapore’s shores yesterday, marine enthusiasts voiced concern about the amount and variety of wild fish and other animal species affected.
Rising sea levels and invasive species increasingly threaten rare plants in Everglades National Park that have not yet recovered from damage caused by orchid collectors long ago or attempts to drain the swamps.
The jury is still out on how a changing climate will affect surfing around the world but for California's Monterey Bay, new modeling by the U.S. Geological Survey shows waves getting even bigger, but then falling flat as sea levels rise.