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Climate change shows its true face in extreme events, writes Kerry Emanuel: the storm surge with a 12 inch head start thanks to rising sea levels, propelled by a wind that's 20 mph faster, dropping an extra inch of rain beyond the 'normal' storm. Hurricane Katrina and Typhoon Haiyan are sending us a clear message: the world must get ready for bigger and badder, fast.
A month after warning the government of legal action over its decision to allow farmers to use bee-killing pesticides banned under EU law, Friends of the Earth has filed a High Court legal challenge to have the 'derogations' declared unlawful.
The EU's 'rapporteur state' on glyphosate, Germany, has recommended re-approval of the herbicide with its daily intake increased by 67%, write Drs Nancy Swanson and Mae Wan Ho. The verdict is based on a re-assessment carried out by Monsanto and a consortium of chemical companies, based on unpublished industry studies. It should be rejected outright.
More than two-thirds of the problematic phosphorus overload in Lake Champlain comes from Vermont.
Alarming new figures reveal death rates in South and North Tyneside are more than twice the average for the rest of the country.
Mental health worsened in the disaster’s aftermath, but survivors also showed resilience.
Zapping food with radiation could prevent dangerous foodborne illness outbreaks—if only consumers would get behind the idea.
People in the Spanish city of Bilbao have a mission: to cut down on food waste. Now, to prevent food from going directly into the garbage, residents just send it to the Solidarity Fridge.
This gadget uses games and graphs in a wearable to help break the addiction.
A few hundred times every year in the United States, a mysterious agent attacks the bile ducts of a newborn baby, often leading to a liver transplant.
To crude producers hankering for a route to market while pipeline proposals stall, a bevy of crude-by-rail projects planned on the U.S. West Coast may look enticing.
Spain hasn’t admitted it, but its use of mustard gas against Riffs between 1921 and 1926 is well-documented, and many believe it explains the area’s alarming cancer rate.
Two major new studies send seemingly conflicting messages about whether e-cigarettes help people quit smoking or are a path right back to the habit.
But there's less bacteria—and way fewer antibiotic-resistant strains—in grass-fed beef than convetional, Consumer Reports finds.
The rise of Isis led to substantial decrease in NO2 emissions in Baghdad and central Iraq since 2013, say researchers, with similar trends seen in Egypt and Syria.
15 researchers and volunteers set out a month ago from San Francisco to study plastic waste as part of the "Mega Expedition," a major step in the effort to eventually clean up what's known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Paul Dobbins' farm needs no pesticides, fertilizer, land, or water — we just have to learn to love seaweed.
China's capital Beijing will relocate more of its polluting industries into the already smog-hit neighboring province of Hebei.
Much like a bus stop, the proposed structure (called City Air Purification System) provides clean air flow to create a cocoon around bystanders.
A fraction of the radioactive cesium released during Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant disaster in 2011 was deposited on the nearby seafloor.