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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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Five years ago, when The New Yorker published my piece “Covert Operations,” about the ambitious and secretive political network underwritten by the billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch, the Koch brothers complained mightily about the story’s title, protesting that there was nothing at all covert about their political activities.
Recent environmental victories, including President Obama’s rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline, owe a lot to the fracking boom. A recent glut of oil and gas in the United States opened a window of opportunity, making a number of key environmental policies more politically palatable.
In a few decades, the world could be powered by nothing but wind, water, and sunlight. That's the conclusion of a new study released just before world leaders head to Paris to strike a climate deal.
Panel finds little basis in EPA's 1,000-page study for claim that fracking has not led to 'widespread, systemic impacts on drinking water.'
Drought has been deadly for indigenous people in Colombia's desert peninsula, underscoring a global crisis: People will be forced from their homes as weather turns more extreme.
El Niño events are often unpredictable and full of surprises. So what follows is a guide to how El Niño works, what we know about the 2015 event, and how a potentially massive El Niño could upend the world's weather over the coming months.
The scaling back is a decline of more than $1 billion from last year and the first time since the financial crisis that Volkswagen has not increased investment.
If fully implemented, Gov. Hickenlooper says, landmark plan could mean cities won't need to siphon more water from Western Slope.
The plan is Colorado’s first statewide attempt to confront a projected water supply shortage of 560,000 acre-feet — enough to fill Horsetooth Reservoir three and a half times — by 2050.
Scientists who study fire in the boreal are debating how global warming will affect the fire regimes here (Part 3 of 4).
Delegates representing island states and others whose homelands are most threatened by rising seas will be pushing for the formal adoption of a long-overlooked goal, one that limits warming to less than 1.5°C, or 2.7°F.
As temperatures rise, the world’s iconic northern lakes are undergoing major changes that include swiftly warming waters, diminished ice cover, and outbreaks of harmful algae. Now, a global consortium of scientists is trying to assess the toll.
Farmworker death and illnesses in California eclipse all outdoor worker fatalities and sicknesses in the decade ending in 2014.
Denver health officials are requiring marijuana companies that recall products tainted with unapproved pesticides to use websites and social media accounts to alert consumers.
Officials in Xinjiang said the people were terrorists who had helped orchestrate an attack on a Chinese coal mine in September.
The deaths of farm workers in Central America are being linked to extreme temperatures. Researchers warn that far worse is to come.
If the doomsaying turkey pundits had been right, we'd all be eating ham this Thanksgiving.
For most of Immokalee’s field hands, blatant wage abuses and physical cruelty have largely vanished from the tomato rows. Workers hope to use 'fair food' labels to spread those reforms to rest of America's farmland.
This week Lumber Liquidators became the first major flooring retailer to announce that it will end the use of reprocessed plastic over the next year and also limit lead content in the vinyl flooring it sells.
The European Commission recently concluded glyphosate poses no unacceptable risk to human health, animals or the environment – but not everyone is convinced of the pesticide’s long-term safety.