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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
Updated: 32 min 6 sec ago
Trump's push to ease vehicle emissions rules takes aim at the foundation of California's air pollution fight.
The Trump administration’s move to shelve aggressive vehicle fuel economy standards raises the possibility of a confrontation over California’s power to set its own stricter emissions rules.
A pioneering lawsuit against the U.S. government on global warming won the right to a trial. Now Trump wants an appeals court to cancel it.
20% cut to NIH budget would leave Americans more vulnerable to cancer and other diseases, experts warn.
A future in which cancers are cured, heart disease prevented and devastating brain disorders reversed may just have gotten a bit more distant.
Large buildings throughout Chicago are getting more efficient, trimming energy costs and reducing emissions, according to recently released data from the city.
Funding proposal would downsize EPA, energy, and health agencies, eliminate Chemical Safety Board.
Justifying steep spending cuts in the Trump administration's proposed budget announced on Thursday, White House budget director Mick Mulvaney lashed out at federal programs that deliver after-school food aid to low-income kids.
A court in Japan has ruled that negligence by the state contributed to the triple meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in March 2011 and awarded significant damages to evacuees.
The decision, which found that it was “possible to prevent the accident,” was the first time that a court determined that both were responsible for the 2011 meltdowns.
A Thai court on Friday dismissed a compensation claim by 14 migrant workers from Myanmar who had alleged labour violations at a chicken farm that supplied to the European Union.
The government wants 95 per cent of Australian children vaccinated – a level that would stop infectious diseases spreading and protect those who can’t be vaccinated.
On game day, on the road and year-round, the traditionally calorie-heavy and unhealthy diets of athletes are undergoing a metamorphosis.
Scientists expressed alarm at the depth of proposed cuts to climate change, medical and energy programs, saying they threaten the nation’s research infrastructure.
The city teachers' union Thursday continued to put pressure on the School Committee to drop its appeal of a state decision allowing the association to test for potentially hazardous chemicals in two city high schools.
Lawmakers, advocates argue that mandatory testing of pipes in schools is a critical first step to tackling the problem.
Out where people live, they like clean air and water. If Republicans gut the EPA budget, they'll find that out.
Clinging to coal as if it were a long-term solution will only set us back in necessary efforts to invest and invent and train for a cleaner, infinite future that will benefit everyone.
Montana has more at risk than most states as the Trump Administration takes aim at the Environmental Protection Agency.
South Sudan's government is mainly to blame for famine in parts of the war-torn country, yet President Salva Kiir is still boosting his forces using millions of dollars from oil sales, according to a confidential United Nations report.
The White House budget blueprint to shrink the EPA proposes cuts to chemical, pesticide and research programs—such as a screening program for hormonally active chemicals—that companies may want to support, an attorney told Bloomberg BNA.
Long criticized as toothless, capital’s environmental watchdog finally bares its teeth.