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A contractor’s complaint has prompted closer scrutiny of possible asbestos exposure involving workers at a downtown Des Moines renovation project, but an inspector doesn’t even visit hundreds of sites across Iowa each year where workers could face risks from the cancer-causing material.
A herbicide developed by US-based Monsanto and contaminated fertilizer may be behind an epidemic of mystery kidney disease in Sri Lanka and South America where rice and sugarcane is grown, a research study has suggested.
An unprecedented health study shows Butte’s Superfund cleanup efforts are proving successful and children are being exposed to lower levels of dangerous lead.
Brannon Anderson is surrounded every day by the thing she fears the most. It's on the outside of her Geneva home, in the very dirt it sits on. It's inside the walls. And the entry points to her house — doors and windows — are particular sources of concern.
In Hazaribagh, the environmental and public health costs of the growing leather tannery industry are on full display. Every day, the tanneries collectively dump 22,000 cubic litres of toxic waste, including cancer-causing chromium, into the Buriganga - Dhaka's main river and a key water supply.
Suffering from the interminable heavy smog that was smothering Beijing, 32-year-old Zhang Peng was filled with joy when the parts for a simple home-made air filter arrived at his house, the day after he ordered them. Zhang was one of many people who made DIY air purifiers to combat China's smog over the past month.
Uncertainties about the health implications of unconventional gas production should be a factor in putting the brakes on the industry in Australia, say researchers in the Medical Journal of Australia.
Wendy Schmidt, the wife of Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, has turned her attention to big problems - the quality of the planet's air, food and water.
The storm marked a sharp departure from many months of drought that has grown to crisis proportions for the state's vast farming industry. However, such storms would have to be much more frequent to make major headway against the drought, weather forecasters say.
OSHA's list of most dangerous workplaces includes no Texas oil or gas companies despite multiple fatalities. The Chronicle reviewed hundreds of accident cases during its investigation, and found that OSHA's 'Severe Violator Enforcement Program' allows US oil field fatalities to avoid being on the list.
Australia should view the relatively new practice of fracking for gas with as much caution as the introduction of a new drug, says an essay in the latest issue of the Medical Journal of Australia.
Where John Fenton comes from, simply turning on a shower faucet can have deadly consequences. On Sunday, he told his story to the Stop CSG Illawarra meeting and urged the community to continue fighting to protect the drinking water catchment from the effects of fracking.
In a three-county area of Washington state, epidemiologists found 23 cases of anencephaly from January 2010 to January 2013 – four times higher than the national average of 2.1 cases per 10,000 live births.
Healing Delaware's troubled waters after centuries of abuse will take hundreds of millions of dollars to cut off pollution that flows freely from septic systems, treatment plants, farms, yards, factories, highways and soil.
Seven weeks after the spill, it is clear that there will be no straight answer to the licorice-scented question hanging over Chemical Valley: Is the water safe to drink?