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Guangzhou's food-safety authorities have revealed some details about the sale of rice and rice noodles contaminated with cadmium, a heavy metal, in the face of enormous public pressure.
When a handful of retired homeowners from Osborn Island in New Jersey gathered last month to discuss post-Hurricane Sandy rebuilding and environmental protection, L. Stanton Hales Jr., a conservationist, could not have been clearer about the risks they faced.
The Mississippi Delta is one of the fastest disappearing land masses on Earth. It has lost nearly 1,900 square miles since the 1930s, and is losing a swath about the size of a football field every hour. Yet, as a slowly unfolding catastrophe, it gets less national attention than acute disasters like Hurricane Katrina or the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
In October, the City Council of Brady, Texas, voted unanimously to purchase advanced electric meters, known as smart meters, for the city-owned electric utility. But some residents resisted, and the smart meter vote played a large role in last weekend’s recall of the city’s mayor and the electoral defeat of two council members.
Texas on Friday became the latest state to sue BP, Halliburton and others tied to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, alleging the parties "engaged in willful and wanton misconduct" and seeking penalties and damages "to the fullest extent allowed by law."
Two studies released this week by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency confirm that a wide variety of unregulated chemicals are ending up in Minnesota’s lakes and rivers.
Many countries and a handful of American cities have more or less done away with plastic bags, by discouraging its use through plastic-bag taxes at checkout counters or outright bans. But in much of America we seem more addicted than ever.
The number of leatherbacks on this tropical beach has rebounded in spectacular fashion, with some 500 females nesting each night during the peak season in May and June, along the 800-meter-long (875-yard) beach.
Joseph Farman, a British researcher whose single-minded and at times officially derided study of atmospheric changes in the Antarctic established the existence of a hole in the ozone layer over the South Pole approximately the size of the United States — one of the most important environmental discoveries of the 20th century — died May 11 in Cambridge, England.
Several species of Caribbean shark could be saved from extinction under a deal brokered by Sir Richard Branson and signed by nine Caribbean states., The World Health Organization has issued a blunt assessment of the coronavirus outbreak in Saudi Arabia, acknowledging for the first time that there are concerns the virus may be spreading from person to person, at least in a limited way.
When handled with care, global statistics can help challenge common misconceptions about the world, particularly population and fertility, says statistician Hans Rosling. Chief among the myths to be debunked: That the world is split in two – with a developed world on one side and a developing world on the other.
Freedom activist Adam Kokesh of Adam vs. the Man was violently dragged from a "Smoke Down Prohibition" protest in Philadelphia just a few hours ago. According to his Facebook page, Adam is being charged with "resisting arrest" but is refusing to be booked for the charge...
Gun control advocates now admit: IRS intimidation scandal proves Second Amendment needed to stop government tyranny
In the face of the outrageous IRS intimidation scandal now sweeping across America, gun control advocates are changing their tune. All of a sudden, the idea that the federal government could engage in tyranny against the People of America is no longer a "conspiracy theory...
For years, a loose network of environmental groups, public health organizations and members of Congress, both Democratic and Republican, has fought to require companies to try to redesign their chemical facilities, to make them safer. But industry executives and their allies in Congress have blocked the proposals.
Texas sued BP, Transocean Ltd. and others involved in the 2010 oil spill, calling it the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history and becoming the fifth Gulf of Mexico state to file claims.
The Energy Department on Friday gave Freeport LNG conditional approval to broadly export domestically harvested natural gas, marking only the second time a U.S. company has won that authority and suggesting the Obama administration may grant similar licenses later this year.
Chevron Corp., the second-biggest U.S. oil company, said it’s preparing an investment in Argentina that will help make the country energy independent by developing what could be the world’s second-largest shale oil reservoir.
A “GPS shield” that could warn populations of tsunami threats has been the dream of disaster preparedness at least since the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that killed about 230,000 people over a vast region.
The Illinois Pollution Control Board will revisit a ruling on groundwater protection at certain dump sites. The board should revise its earlier ruling and raise its standards, and do so quickly. Illinois residents need a decision that protects them.
To aim at realizing a society that does not rely on nuclear energy, we need to squarely address serious impacts that the decommissioning of nuclear reactors may have on local communities that host them.