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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
Updated: 56 min 13 sec ago
His policies mean the U.S. could release billions more tons of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere in the coming decades compared with what Barack Obama envisioned.
The abrupt change in direction of a Yukon river because of a rapidly melting glacier has attracted international attention. But this bizarre development is just one of many climate-driven events that are transforming a vast sub-Arctic area of Canada and Alaska.
The analysis of federal pipeline safety data comes as politicians from both parties raise questions about Line 5 and a tribe has voted not to renew its easement.
As herds of Mliu deer across China grow each spring, they mark a rare conservation success story in a country suffering from pollution and other environmental challenges.
Jeffrey Wood, the acting head of the Justice Department's environmental branch, is having to step aside from dozens of cases facing the government, both because of his past work for an Alabama law firm and Trump administration ethics restrictions, newly released documents show.
Concentrations of fine dust matter in Toronto subway system are roughly 10 times the level found outside stations, a new study says. Researchers say the levels are typical of an average day in pollution-choked Beijing.
New research suggests ancient underground water sources long believed to be shielded from modern-day contaminants may not be as safe as previously thought.
For those who are paying attention, only the specific details of the inevitable processes of societal simplification and economic/population shrinkage remain unknown.
Many people in Colorado are facing a problem you’d never expect to find in the arid West: too much water.
While public-interest groups were complaining, well-connected corporate lobbyists stalked the halls of Congress to make sure Trump's team was confirmed by the Senate.
Climate change has put nearly 12 million Colombians at risk from natural disasters like flooding and landslides, which could kill hundreds and cause serious infrastructure damage, the environment minister said on Tuesday.
Wash your kids’ food very carefully.
Clean energy may be America’s future. But transporting oil will remain an important part of the region’s economy in the foreseeable future. Officials should make the safety of the lakes paramount.
A new study in Pennsylvania shows that fracking is strongly related to increased mortality in young babies.
Researchers link e-cigs to wounds that won’t heal and ‘smoker’s cough’ in teens.
The coal-filled train cars stopped coming, but the 90,000 cubic yards of ash that sat at the bottom of More's Lake remained.
Toronto's subway stations and trains had the highest levels of air pollution of Canada's three major rapid transit systems, a newly released study co-authored by a university engineering professor has found.
Like many teens who grew up in Barrio Logan, Francisco Martinez, 19, suffers from asthma.
Bottom line for all of us: Store your food in glass containers, stop buying water in plastic bottles and eat organic whenever possible.
Critics accuse the state's Department of Toxic Substances Control of being indifferent to the public, cozy with polluters and slow in enforcing regulations.