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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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North Dakota lags shamefully far behind Minnesota in alerting private well owners of the dangers of arsenic in groundwater.
Today’s black students are tomorrow’s black intellectuals and engaged citizens. If more of them can become leaders in the epic struggle to steer society toward sustainability, we’ll all be better off.
The Obama administration on Wednesday asserted its authority over the nation's streams, wetlands and other smaller waterways, moving forward with one of the most controversial environmental regulations in recent years.
Residents of poor, mostly African-American Perry County, Alabama, have filed a lawsuit saying they're suffering as a result of coal ash, hauled in after a 2008 dam breach in Tennessee. But the landfill is also a vital part of the local economy.
Alberta’s oil-sands producers need to take urgent action to reduce the sector’s damaging impact on the environment by speeding the adoption of expensive and often risky emerging technologies.
To the long list of ways that smoking can kill you, experts should add one more cause of death – suicide. So say some sharp-eyed readers of the New England Journal of Medicine.
A wildfire raging in northeastern Alberta near two major oil sands projects nearly doubled in size to 17,000 hectares (42,000 acres) on Wednesday, although firefighters made some progress tackling blazes elsewhere in the oil-rich Western Canadian province.
Federal authorities on Wednesday issued a cleanup order to the company whose underground pipeline last week spilled thousands of gallons of crude oil into the Pacific Ocean and marred several miles of Santa Barbara County coastline.
A hydropower project planned on Guatemala's Icbolay River has resulted in major human rights abuses, advocacy groups are charging.
Chevron warded off a litany of accusations of environmental damage and corporate malfeasance during its annual meeting Wednesday, and after the event the company said the Richmond refinery will remain a major part of its future operations.
A major concern for scientific policy with respect to international trade negotiations is that greater harmonization of EU and US policies might result in an overall decrease in regulatory standards on the environment, food safety or data protection.
A crew have abandoned a container ship a few miles off the German coast amid fears that its cargo of fertiliser could explode.
The foul-smelling carcasses of migrating whales are attracting a veritable swarm of marine biologists to California beaches in what has so far been a futile effort to figure out why so many of the blubbery beasts are washing ashore.
Cotton comes at enormous environmental expense, a price the American West may no longer be able to afford.
Tour America's seven-state, 1,450-mile plumbing system.
The Colorado is the most important river in the West - and it exemplifies everything wrong with water use in America.
Billions over budget. Two years after deadline. And this ‘clean coal’ project was supposed to save an industry?
Many commercial cannabis growers use chemicals to control bugs and mold. But because of the plant’s unresolved legal status, Colorado regulators are having a tough time making sure pot buyers don’t ingest those pesticides.
How Mike Bloomberg, red-state businesses, and a lot of Midwestern lawyers are changing American energy faster than you think.
For the love of groceries, if honeybees show up in your yard this spring, treat them as honored guests.