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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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There are just over three trillion trees on Earth, according to a new assessment. The figure is eight times as big as the previous best estimate, which counted perhaps 400 billion at most.
Sen. Claire McCaskill mocked the double standards of activists who campaign ferociously on the issue of climate change but refuse to apply the same reasoning when it comes genetically modified organisms.
The UK spends nearly £400 million a year on 225 scented million aerosols, plug-ins, gels, candles and incense sticks. However, evidence is now emerging that all of these products contain industrial chemicals which can, among other things, transform the structure of our DNA.
This week, President Obama has been touring Alaska, checking out melting glaciers and making speeches about how global warming is an urgent threat that needs to be addressed ASAP. And environmentalists are ... not happy.
Ashley and Cody Murray, ranchers in Palo Pinto County, allege nearby gas drilling caused methane to leak into their water well before it exploded, severely burning the couple, their daughter and Cody's father.
The skies over Colorado have been hazy the last few weeks due to all the wildfires burning in the west. That's meant itchy eyes, stuffy noses and maybe even asthma attacks for some residents.
With the world’s population set to grow to nearly 10 billion by 2050, pioneering farmers look to open data for eco-friendly solutions.
The growing trend of community gardens that cater specifically to seniors also provides a more holistic approach to healthy living for one of America’s most vulnerable populations.
Rose Canyon Fisheries could have a footprint on the ocean floor of 1.3 square miles, about the same size as New York’s Central Park. The goal is to produce 11 million pounds of yellowtail and sea bass each year.
Foodborne illnesses, which make 48 million people sick and account for 3,000 deaths annually, also cost the nation $77 billion a year, a report from the American Association for Justice found.
IBM already conquered Jeopardy with its supercomputer. Now the tech giant, which has become one of the leading pursuers of artificial intelligence, wants to use that technology to fight Beijing’s air pollution crisis.
Taxpayers must shoulder $30 million in KBR legal fees for Iraq War toxic chemical case, judge rules.
U.S. taxpayers will have to pay at least $30 million to cover attorney fees incurred by defense contractor KBR Inc., accused of wrongly exposing U.S. and British soldiers to toxic chemicals during duty in the Iraq War.
A Dutch court ruled on Wednesday that gas producer NAM must compensate homeowners for falls in the value of their properties due to earthquakes linked to gas production at the Groningen field in the north of the Netherlands.
China is beginning to draw on its religious heritage—including Buddhism, Daoism, Confucianism, and other traditions to address the country's growing environmental challenges.
Texas farmers and ranchers say they've been given little guidance and aren't sure what to expect as new federal regulations protecting drinking water supplies kick in.
Companies that once fought school-lunch standards are backing down now that their whole-grain cinnamon rolls and reduced-fat pizzas are bringing in the profits.
A Palo Pinto County family is suing two oil and gas operators, alleging that gas from their wells migrated into the family's water well, which exploded and burned them.
One Iowa utility is sick of sky-high nitrate levels in tap water—so it's taking action.
Next time you're thirsty and pop into your local convenience store to buy a drink, choose carefully. Yet another study has found links between soda and negative effects on your health.
An increase in thyroid cancer among children is unlikely after the meltdown at Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant four years ago, the United Nations' nuclear watchdog said in a report released on Monday.