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Source: The Atlantic
Climate change will aggravate economic inequality in the United States, essentially transferring wealth from poor counties in the Southeast and the Midwest to well-off communities in the Northeast and on the coasts, according to...
Source: Orange County Register
Will your veggies give you cancer? Probably not, according to a Reuters investigative report which uncovered severe intellectual dishonesty in a decision to classify the popular weed killer glyphosate as a “probable human...
Source: The Verge
To help avoid the worst-case scenario, the scientists set six milestones to reduce carbon emissions across sectors, including energy, transportation, and infrastructure. The goals range from expanding renewables to reducing...
Source: Business Insider
The CDC still says that pregnant women should consider postponing travel to large parts of the Caribbean and Latin America and small sections of the US.
Source: Weather Channel
oping to influence decisions about preserving the Great Barrier Reef, Australian economists have placed a staggering price tag on the world’s largest living thing.
Source: LA Times
The nationwide study of more than 60 million senior citizens linked long-term exposure to two main smog pollutants — ozone and fine particulate matter — to an increased risk of premature death.
JPMorgan Chase announced Wednesday that it has partnered with General Electric and its energy startup, Current, to reduce the company's environmental impact across 4,500 branches in the U.S
June 28, 2017 Trump administration to propose repealing rule giving EPA broad authority over water pollutionSource: Washington Post
President Trump’s administration will revoke a rule that gives the Environmental Protection Agency broad authority over regulating the pollution of wetlands and tributaries that run into the nation’s largest rivers, EPA...
Source: International Business Times
Australian and international researchers have found out that the rate at which global sea levels have risen in a little over two decades has increased by 50 percent. Researchers involved in the study used refined satellite...
Source: The Guardian
A Greenpeace research expedition into plastic waste finds devastating pollution on Scottish beaches and seabird colonies
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