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Environmental Health News
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All agricultural operations need to be careful as to what and how much they are putting into the ground — and eventually the Valley’s water.
In the case of our environment, knowledge has fueled efforts to make our country a healthier and safer place. Unfortunately, we have lost the stomach to fund efforts to collect data.
Despite cases of flaming laptops and recalls, opponents argue flame-retardant chemicals are being overused in electronics and may put health at risk.
The BP oil spill contributed to the deaths of bottlenose dolphins along the Gulf of Mexico's northern coast, scientists said Wednesday, citing a study of tissue samples that for the first time found conclusive evidence of a link between the disaster and the animals' deaths.
A committee of lawyers representing businesses and individuals claiming damages from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill announced a $211 million settlement Wednesday with Transocean Ltd., owner of the ill-fated Deepwater Horizon drilling rig.
Europe's inland and coastal waters have become cleaner and nations such as heavily-indebted Greece and Cyprus boast some of the most pristine bathing spots, according to this year's EU report on water quality, published on Wednesday.
Around half of wild birds have a secure status as EU programs to protect endangered species have boosted numbers, but some of their habitats are cause for major concern largely because of intensive farming, an EU report found on Wednesday.
Duke Energy would get an extra three years to clean up coal ash at its Lake Julian generating plant in Skyland and might be able to avoid a public hearing on its plans to retool the plant under a bill filed in the state Senate Wednesday.
Ethanol backers have launched a campaign to steer attention away from the corn-based fuel's potential impact on food prices and toward air quality and public health.
A group of California farmers, in a surprising turnaround, is volunteering to give up a fourth of its available water this year, sharing a resource all but guaranteed to them for more than a century.
The estimated 21,000-gallon oil spill that sent plumes of black through the waters off Santa Barbara County on Tuesday brought haunting echoes of a much larger spill nearly half a century ago, one that gave birth to the modern environmental movement and forever changed the trajectory of oil and gas exploration in California.
Concerned about impacts on air quality and residents' health, Richmond has passed a resolution opposing the transport of coal in open rail cars through the city.
Wyoming took a significant step toward cutting elevated ozone levels in the Pinedale area on Tuesday, with a state regulatory panel voting unanimously to pass a series of new regulations aimed at limiting emissions from existing natural gas facilities in the region.
Lead contamination in a south Brainerd neighborhood left by a foundry shut down nearly 35 years ago is slated for cleanup next month.
Nevada's powerful Republican senator is keeping close tabs on where presidential candidates weigh in on the contentious Yucca Mountain repository in the Silver State.
A North Carolina commission tasked with issuing the state's first permits for hydraulic fracturing must put its work on pause until a lawsuit challenging the makeup of its membership is resolved, an environmental law group said on Wednesday.
ConAgra Foods agreed Wednesday to pay the highest criminal fine ever in a U.S. food safety case to settle a charge that the company shipped Peter Pan peanut butter tainted with salmonella, sickening more than 600 people and triggering a massive recall eight years ago.
More than 200 scientists from 38 countries say we should avoid a family of chemical compounds that is found in nonstick cookware. So does that mean we should toss all those slippery skillets? The answer is more complicated than you might think.
Transocean, the owner of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig that exploded in 2010, dumping some 200 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, agreed to a $212 million settlement.
Ending subsidies for fossil fuels would save many lives, a report from the International Monetary Fund makes clear.