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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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A controversial new way to fund transportation.
Over 40 percent of the states that reported lead test results in 2014 have higher rates of lead poisoning among children than Flint.
Brazilian health authorities confirmed on Thursday a case of transmission of Zika through a transfusion of blood from a donor who had been infected with the mosquito-borne virus that is spreading rapidly through the Americas.
Aliso Canyon methane leak, one of the largest of its kind in U.S. history, will have a lasting environmental impact on local, state, and perhaps federal levels.
The California Attorney General's Office took action Feb. 2 against Southern California Gas Co. over the ongoing leak at the utility's underground natural gas storage field near Los Angeles.
A review of hundreds of studies concludes organic farming can feed a growing global population.
An ongoing cultural battle between coal mining and environmental groups played out in a Senate hearing Wednesday over an Obama administration proposal to mitigate the impacts of coal mining activity on streams.
People in poor and crime-ridden pockets of cities like Detroit and Baltimore often share the sense of being trapped because of market forces and limited resources. But the people of Flint have a special urgency about leaving.
Countries won't budge on policies that could burden a generation of mothers.
After many false alarms, the government is considering tightening the guidelines establishing when health care providers should report infants born with abnormally small heads.
The powerful allure of the deep azure.
As global demand for resources plummets, ore mines here are idle, and 2,000 workers are out of jobs.
The Lake Champlain Basin Program plans to start monitoring fish in the lake for mercury as well as toxins produced by cyanobacteria – commonly known as blue-green algae.
Abortion rights activists are seizing on the crisis to push back against conservative lawmakers who want to toughen already stringent limits.
Switching the disposal of weapons-grade plutonium to New Mexico from an existing South Carolina site could cost the U.S. government more than $20 billion and raise safety concerns, according to a new study commissioned by the firms building the current site.
Democrats complained the state’s governor has not been called to testify for political reasons.
Fish in wildlife refuges are feminized, probably by hormone-skewing pollution. What does this portend for the health of all creatures—and people?
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights plans to continue its probe Friday into the Obama administration's work on environmental justice, including efforts to enforce civil rights law.
The High Arctic is an ice-bound desert that supports a fragile ecosystem. Environmentalists warn it's under threat from global warming as summer ice melts reach record levels.
An industrial illegal dump site shut down by a federal agency in 1980, and resulting in jail and fines for company officials may become home to a solar farm to eclipse its toxic legacy in Carlstadt.