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Environmental Health News
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Australia could be on track for a temperature rise of more than 5C by the end of the century, outstripping the rate of warming experienced by the rest of the world, unless drastic action is taken to slash greenhouse gas emissions.
Even in a warming world, our hemisphere will still spend part of the year tilted away from the sun, with shorter days and colder temperatures – and winter storms. The question scientifically, then, is what happens to those storms in a warmer world.
Senate Democrats stalled the Republican-led push to construct the Keystone XL pipeline on Monday, dealing the first significant blow to the new GOP majority less than three weeks after it was sworn in.
Some people ride a bike instead of driving a car to reduce their contributions to climate change. Others shrink their carbon footprint by installing solar panels on their rooftops. Now, a Portland brewery has another suggestion: Drink low-carbon beer.
A new analysis, called "Heat in the Heartland," is a granular look into the United States' Midwest and threats the region's cities and agricultural stakeholders will likely face due to unmitigated climate change and the continuation of present business and political practices.
The Obama administration’s surprise plan to impose new environmental protections on 12 million acres of Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge poured fuel on the long-running fight over drilling in the sensitive region — long a priority in Anchorage and among the state’s lawmakers in Washington.
There are fairly easy ways to dramatically slow our methane emissions — if we make the commitment to do so.
Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah was no fan of proposals to limit the burning of fossil fuels. But it was in the monarch’s final months that Saudi officials hit upon a more effective way to knock the clean-energy movement off its tracks: cheap gas.
Syriza may be eco-friendly on renewables, energy efficiency and decentralised energy production but it faces internal tensions over plans for new coal plants and, potentially, the world biggest gas pipeline.
Warming ocean water is said to be melting the largest glacier in east Antarctica, underscoring climate change's assault on the continent's ice cover.
A government-issued pill intended to protect troops from nerve agents may have made some troops more vulnerable to a chronic condition marked by headaches, cognitive problems, pain and fatigue, researchers say.
The continent skipped land lines for mobile phones. Now a new generation of start-ups is trying to bring sun power to rural Africa — and leapfrog the fossil fuel era.
President Barack Obama said Sunday that he planned to ask Congress to declare much of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as wilderness, including its 1.5-million-acre coastal plain, an area on Alaska’s North Slope suspected to contain vast reserves of oil and gas.
An infrared camera, air sampling and surveys reveal that methane and toluene are among the contaminants showing up in Kern and Ventura counties.
This is how the pallid sturgeon, the so-called “dinosaur of the Missouri River,” an animal that has survived for more than 70 million years, winds up on the federal endangered species list in Montana.
Lt. General Russel L. Honoré has declared war on Lousiana's biggest polluters. Is a gubernatorial run next?
Miami is being swallowed by the Atlantic Ocean. There's this optimism and this building boom, but at the same time, fears about property insurance rates that could cause the housing market to collapse. Developers in south Florida are hoping to capitalize on rising water levels.
President Obama's proposal to designate 12.3 million acres of oil-rich land as new wilderness is likely to stir an explosive federal debate over energy, wilderness and conservation.
Thousands of Greenbrier County, West Virginia, residents and businesses are without water after a diesel spill contaminated the Greenbrier River.