A New Mexico city hopes carbon...

Oct 14, 2020 by

A New Mexico city hopes carbon-capture technology will save its coal plant

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In a Dry State, Farmers Use Oi...

Sep 15, 2020 by

In a Dry State, Farmers Use Oil Wastewater to Irrigate Their Fields, but is it Safe?

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Video: Covid-19 Will Be Just &...

Aug 13, 2020 by

Video: Covid-19 Will Be Just ‘One of Many’ New Infectious Diseases Spilling Over From Animals to Humans

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UN Warns of Impending Food Cri...

Jun 10, 2020 by

UN Warns of Impending Food Crisis

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Investing in Dietary Guideline...

May 27, 2020 by

Investing in Dietary Guidelines Will Leave Us Better Prepared for the Next Pandemic

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Nike Turned Away a Public Heal...

May 25, 2020 by

Nike Turned Away a Public Health Official From Its Warehouse Days After a Worker With COVID-19 Died

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Coronavirus Aid Must Help Farm...

Mar 23, 2020 by

Coronavirus Aid Must Help Farmers Keep Foothold in Local Food Economies

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Q&A: A Harvard Expert on ...

Mar 12, 2020 by

Q&A: A Harvard Expert on Environment and Health Discusses Possible Ties Between COVID and Climate

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What’s the Difference Between ...

Mar 10, 2020 by

What’s the Difference Between Pandemic, Epidemic and Outbreak?

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Trump Administration Ignores O...

Mar 4, 2020 by

Trump Administration Ignores Oil Worker Safety In Pursuit Of Offshore Oil Profits

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Big Oil wants to dump more was...

Jan 22, 2020 by

For more than six months, twin brothers Ronald and Donald Schweitzer have watched large amounts of salty wastewater bubble up from the ground in their wheat field. The “saltwater purge” has killed three trees and several acres of crops on their northwest Oklahoma farm.

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‘Dark Waters’ tells the origin...

Dec 12, 2019 by

About a third of the way into the film Dark Waters, Rob Bilott, played by Mark Ruffalo, is lying in bed with his eyes open, looking anxious.

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Getting rid of pollution impro...

Dec 6, 2019 by

After decades of steadily declining, air pollution is once again on the rise in the United States. Between 2016 and 2018, pollution of fine particulate matter — tiny particles that are emitted whenever we burn anything — rose by more than 5 percent.

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Disbanded Air Pollution Panel ...

Oct 22, 2019 by

The Independent Particulate Matter Review Panel has released their consensus recommendations to the EPA administrator on the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Particulate Matter.

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We’ve got another ozone proble...

Aug 15, 2019 by

Most of us know ozone as that benevolent stratospheric layer that absorbs the sun’s harmful UV light and keeps us safe.

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An Absence of Energy Leadershi...

Aug 1, 2019 by

These are interesting times for electricity regulators and legislators in the 13 US states, from the Mid-Atlantic through the Ohio Valley to Illinois, that share authority with PJM and FERC. PJM has been in direct conflict with state activity and autonomy in regulating environmental effects from energy power production.

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California Senate Education Co...

Jul 3, 2019 by

First-of-its-kind legislation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by incentivizing plant-based school food advances in state Senate

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Dozens of public health groups...

Jun 25, 2019 by

Over 70 medical and public health organizations called on elected (and hoping-to-be-elected) officials Monday morning to commit to combating what they deem to be the “greatest public health challenge of the 21st century.”

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Family Matters

Jun 7, 2019 by

The town that online shopping built — and women are trying to save

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Why we don’t know if plastics ...

May 9, 2019 by

Academics and regulators at odds over impact of chemical additives.

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I studied factory farms for ye...

May 3, 2019 by

I lectured about the public health dangers of industrial farming. But what I saw went beyond my fears.

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U.N. Issues Urgent Warning on ...

Apr 30, 2019 by

A new report says the overuse of antimicrobial drugs in humans, animals and plants is fueling resistant pathogens that could kill 10 million people annually by 2050.

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The vape company Juul said it ...

Jan 25, 2019 by

A new analysis of Juul’s marketing campaign suggests it targeted youth from its inception.

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Roundup weed killer found in a...

Oct 24, 2018 by

EWG tested 28 brands of conventional oat-based cereals; they all had glyphosate residue, most of them above healthy standards.

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5 people died from eating lett...

Oct 16, 2018 by

William Whitt suffered violent diarrhea for days.

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Coal Is Killing the Planet. Tr...

Oct 9, 2018 by

Scientists issued a new alarm on the devastating impacts of continued burning of fossil fuels.

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[Translate]   By Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan U.S. Department of Agriculture / CC BY 2.0 There are 10 million people in North...

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Mar 16, 2017 by

[Translate] by Marco Cáceres  VACCINE IMPACT NEWS “Imagine, for the sake of argument, if it was discovered that vaccines were a...

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Jun 12, 2016 by

[Translate] Contemporary architecture is more interested in mega projects for elites than improving ordinary people’s lives. by Alex...

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May 10, 2016 by

[Translate] “But, the most important thing about PCB’s … is that we have identified a mad dog—a known bad actor in the case of PCB....

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