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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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Securing approval from Congress for the deal between the United States and 11 Pacific Rim nations could be the toughest fight President Obama faces in his final year in office.
Tightening of ozone limits will help those with lung conditions but could have gone further.
With today's technology, and more than comfortable profit margins, refineries should not wring profits on the backs of the poor families and children.
Transboundary haze pollution is posing significant multiple risks to the well-being and security of people in ASEAN. Beyond the environmental issues, it is a severe threat to human security that requires serious commitment at the national and regional level.
Stain repellent and fire retardant chemicals that scientists know little about are increasingly showing up in herring gull eggs around the Great Lakes, spurring concern for potential health impacts.
Some 60 million people across sub-Saharan Africa are already going hungry and the situation could deteriorate dramatically as climate phenomena hike the risk of drought, the Red Cross said Monday.
A researcher from Macquarie University in Australia has published a study examining recent extinctions within two vulnerable groups of animals — reptiles and amphibians — and the results are cause for alarm.
A new study has found there is a link between the academic performance of primary school students in mining towns and their exposure to environmental contamination.
West Virginia may be the first U.S. state to sue Volkswagen AG for deceiving car buyers after the Environmental Protection Agency said last month that the company had installed software to hide that its diesel engines exceeded pollution standards.
Deep in the thickly forested hills in its east, India last month started production at what it hopes will in five years be Asia's biggest coal mine.
Chile will create one of the world’s biggest marine parks around the Pacific waters of Easter Island, president Michelle Bachelet said on Monday.
A federal appeals court in New York ordered the government to rewrite its rules regulating the discharge of ballast water by ships, in a victory for environmental groups that said the rules were too lenient and threatened the nation's waterways.
Details of a $43 million plan to remove 10,600 dump trucks' worth of contaminated sediment from the bottom of Pompton Lake have been submitted to the federal Environmental Protection Agency.
A north Queensland researcher says more data needs to be made available about environmental lead exposure in Mount Isa. He said about 5 per cent of children under five in Mount Isa have high blood lead levels.
A chemical-safety bill in the Senate shows the wisdom of “good, old-fashioned legislating.”
The Department of Justice has finalized a $20.8 billion settlement with BP over its role in the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
A new study confirms suspicions that diversity of American crops has declined.
In the age of Google Earth and GPS, places that are truly off the grid have real psychological value, author says.
Septic tanks and bird droppings contribute to the stew of pollutants that pour into the ocean during and after storms on the Outer Banks, but measures to remediate the toxic flow could prove to be costly and politically difficult.
Industrial, agricultural and public sectors statewide were tested by rainfall over the past few days as large farms failed to manage animal waste and dams at two coal-fired power plants showed signs of strain.