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Superstorm Sandy caused unprecedented damage along large areas of the Jersey Shore. Many areas were flooded, not by the ocean, but by rising waters in the bays behind the barrier islands. These waters inundated towns causing damage that is still being repaired. Was this severe storm an anomaly, or can we expect more in the future? Geoscientists at Rutgers and Tufts universities estimate that the New Jersey shore will likely experience a sea-level rise of about 1.5 feet by 2050 and of about 3.5 feet by 2100 – 11 to 15 inches higher than the average for sea-level rise globally over the century. That would mean, the scientists say, that by the middle of the century, the one-in-10 year flood level at Atlantic City would exceed any flood known there from the observational record, including Superstorm Sandy.
Author Ken Saro-Wiwa spear-headed the resistance of the Ogoni people of the Niger Delta against environmental devastation from oil drilling and ruptured oil pipelines. He was executed in 1995. Dr Laurence Cox introduces his last letters.
Campaign groups from over 30 countries have condemned the tactics of the US and other rich countries at the WTO talks in Bali this week -accusing them of 'holding the summit to ransom' by opposing a fairer deal on agriculture for developing countries.
Lone Droscher Nielsen addressed the Oxfordshire village of Wootton about the deforestation that is pushing orangutans towards extinction - all driven by the world's hunger for palm oil. Andy Morgan was deeply moved ...
The Obama administration’s push to modernize U.S. ports to accommodate huge new ships that can pass through the widened Panama Canal worries environmentalists who believe coastlines will be subjected to damage and residents will face increased health risks. For marine life the odds are even tougher.
A battle royal over ethanol will be on display today as oil, livestock, environmental, biofuels and consumer groups descend on a public hearing on the Environmental Protection Agency’s renewable fuels mandate.
Crazy ants decimate native insects. They overtake beehives and destroy the colonies. In South America, where scientists now believe the ants originated, they have been known to obstruct the nasal cavities of chickens and asphyxiate the birds. And so far, there is no way to contain them.
The use of pesticides for fishing in Mandalay division’s Thabyaw lake is contaminating the freshwater supply for villagers in Sintgu township in Burma. Residents rely on the lake for drinking water and domestic use, but many are becoming ill with hepatitis and diarrhea.
A Pompton Lakes, N.J., middle school will be tested over the holiday break to see if toxic vapors are seeping into the building from contaminated groundwater that has spread under a nearby neighborhood from a defunct DuPont munitions plant, federal officials said Wednesday.
Eastern China is suffering from some of the most severe air pollution in recent memory, forcing schools to cancel classes in the city of Nanjing and shrouding Shanghai’s famous skyline in an acrid haze. Such conditions are more familiar to northern Chinese cities.
A key Canadian environmental agency working to clean up the oilsands is within weeks of folding, but board members say they’re still hopeful Environment Minister Diana McQueen will find a way to renew its industry funding.
The oil boom in the United States is creating another boom - for the railroad industry. Shipments of crude oil by rail are up almost 50 percent over last year - and this upward trend is expected to continue. Some are concerned about the what-ifs, especially after recent high profile derailments.
To oil company Valero, adding rail lines to its Benicia, Calif., refinery represents a way to tap cheap, domestic crude by train, cutting costs and tanker traffic on the bay. To environmentalists mobilizing to stop the project, it's a potential entry point for low-grade oil from Canada's tar sands, and a possible health threat.
By enhancing the resilience of marine communities, reserves help ward off some of the effects of climate change, including invasion by species from warmer waters. How species will endure the effects of global warming depends less on the individual species than the overall health of the ecosystem it belongs to.
Besides crowning this season's National Football League champion, the Feb. 2 Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium will highlight the emerging importance of clean energy.
More than A$17 billion worth of crops grown in Australia annually is attributed to agricultural pesticides. That's a staggering 68% of the A$26 billion industry, according to a recent Deloitte report commissioned by CropLife Australia.
Climate denial has rightly led many to unilaterally embrace science as the last bastion of rational thought in an increasingly contentious world. But the question is: Whose science?
Traces of 18 unregulated chemicals were found in drinking water from more than one-third of U.S. water utilities in a nationwide sampling, according to new, unpublished research by federal scientists. Included are 11 perfluorinated chemicals, an herbicide, two solvents, caffeine, an antibacterial compound, a metal and an antidepressant.
In the grasslands and seasonal wetlands that stretch across the middle of the continent through the Dakotas and into Canada, pheasant habitat is lost at an alarming rate due to the U.S. ethanol mandate and farmers' forgoing enrollment in conservation programs.
A truck stolen on Monday while it was transporting "extremely dangerous" radioactive material was found Wednesday, officials with Mexico’s National Commission for Nuclear Safety and Safeguards confirmed.