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A judge’s ruling in the 2010 Gulf oil spill could have widespread consequences.
Ruling in Favor of Plaintiff in Workers’ Compensation Court Could Spur Similar Cases
Biggest change in meat inspection in 50 years
In western Myanmar a Chinese-backed energy and trading hub is taking shape on a remote island
Large businesses lobbying intensely to undermine safety regime in new trade deal, campaigners warn
Dip in pollution and favorable weather sparked rebound of underwater grasses
that have survived catastrophic storms
Tests by the state government of Saxony show that more than one in three wild
boars gave off such high levels of radiation, thought to be a legacy of Chernobyl,
that they were unfit for human consumption
Canadian officials have never admitted to a single case of Minamata disease in
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Drive for growth takes precedence over aim of cleaner air, water and soil
Opponents see threats to fish spawning, food supply, and a way of life in Southeast Asia.
Green activists are protesting a transatlantic trade deal they say could harm
The road to U.S. energy security is often unpaved.
Rice paddy fields of Italy’s northern plains immortalised in 1949 film “Riso amaro”
(Bitter Rice) suffering from cheap imports from Asia
19. CDC closes anthrax and flu labs after accidents. After potentially serious back-to-back laboratory accidents, federal health officials announced Friday that they had temporarily closed the flu and anthrax laboratories at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta and halted shipments of all infectious agents from the agency’s highest-security labs. New York Times
With new European Union rules that now seek to clear up years of internal deadlock
that could, in theory, lead to widespread cultivation of GM foods, is Europe about to
change its mind?
Great Lakes are rising, and the tourism and shipping industries are celebrating
The ultra-right U.S. Koch brothers, little-known to Canadians, are major players in Alberta’s
oil patch, where they control at least 1.1 million acres.
Religious and liberal groups see environment as a ‘moral issue’