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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 U.S. farm worker and a horticultural assistant have filed lawsuits claiming Monsanto Co.'s Roundup herbicide caused their cancers and Monsanto intentionally misled the public and regulators about the dangers of the herbicide.
They have not been grown in Scotland since 2001 but remain a divisive political issue.
An Israeli study has found a high incidence of Parkinson's disease among those living in Jewish agricultural communities near the Gaza border.
Gary Cohen runs Health Care Without Harm, an organization he co-founded in 1996. It advocates for health-care corporations and hospital systems to become ecologically sustainable in the face of climate change.
The deadly warehouse blasts in Tianjin last month ravaged a dockside district and left smoldering ruins resembling a war zone. In just six weeks, the site has been transformed again, regaining a semblance of normalcy with a lush luster of green.
India's shift to industrial farming left the majority of the nation's cotton farmers increasingly reliant on loans to purchase pricey fertilizers, pesticides, and eventually high-tech seeds.
I believe Monsanto could make a more significant contribution to save the monarch by stopping production of the chemical that is killing the butterfly.
While we marvel at Nasa’s discoveries, we destroy our irreplaceable natural resources - so we can buy pre-peeled bananas and smartphones for dogs.
The Environmental Protection Agency has issued a new rule designed to slash toxic air pollution generated by petroleum refineries.
The Senate Veterans Affairs Committee heard testimony on Tuesday from senators and advocates who urged the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to remove roadblocks to care and compensation for veterans sickened by environmental toxicants., "We know that the modern battlefield includes perils even for the veteran who hasn't been engaged in combat."
A consortium that includes Monsanto and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation announced Monday the first grants to improve monarch butterfly habitat on 33,000 acres in the United States.
Duke Energy will pay $7 million in state fines for groundwater contamination at its 14 coal-fired power plants, North Carolina’s environmental agency said Tuesday.
The company’s exit has ‘lifted a burden’ on villagers who depend on marine mammal meat, says one Alaska Native, but a state representative bemoans the decision after residents ‘stood on the cusp of another boom’.
While the president has committed to putting forth aggressive rules aimed at tackling climate change, which he sees as a legacy issue, he has said almost nothing about the smog rule. That has industry advocates hopeful.
Members of Congress on Tuesday proposed what they called “sweeping reforms” in the federal black lung benefits program, citing a 2013 investigation by the Center for Public Integrity and ABC News.
Dozens of desk lamps fitted with air quality sensors will provide information to health officials, customers, salon managers and the workers themselves about whether chemical levels in the air are unsafe.
European diesel drivers are in no hurry to abandon their cars just because they may spew more noxious fumes than originally thought.
Volkswagen announced plans on Tuesday to refit up to 11 million vehicles and overhaul its namesake brand following the scandal over its rigging of emissions tests.
The developer of the Keystone XL pipeline is shifting course in Nebraska and will withdraw lawsuits seeking to gain access to the property of landowners who oppose the project, the company announced Tuesday.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Tuesday unveiled measures to help the threatened bull trout, a native fish whose cold-water streams in Western states could be warming due to climate change, but conservationists said the plan was too timid.