1. Who Would Win the World Cup of Climate Change?
We set World Cup competitors against each other based on who can get the farthest on the least carbon emissions.
2. Greening the World Cup
Soccer fans in Brazil show the national team colors. Protests over social injustice have trumped environmental concerns and may be the 2014 World Cup’s legacy. Photo courtesy Laura Corritzo and Gabriel Fialho/Portal da Copa
3. Disease-causing chemicals in everyday products cost EU billions
4. Big Tobacco squares up as EU rules aim to track every cigarette
5. Audit faults EPA in delays probing lead factory dangers
6. Last Straw: How The Fortunes Of Las Vegas Will Rise Or Fall With Lake Mead
Next year, a new tunnel under Lake Mead will begin delivering water to Las Vegas. The project is massive, expensive, politically fraught—and a harbinger of things to come.
7. Texas Gas Town Considers Banning Fracking
8. Scientists find Achilles’ heel of antibiotic resistant bacteria
Scientists at the University of East Anglia demonstrate how the bug responsible for E. coli and salmonella builds an impenetrable wall to keep out drugs
9. Dr. Éric Dewailly, Arctic expert, among 2 dead in rockslide on Réunion Island
Laval University professor dies, wife and family members injured, when cliff collapses
10. Feds: Oil train details not security sensitive
11. Cancer risk from bottled water: Experts
12. Best of VICE News: Environment
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14. China Maoming environmental protest violence condemned | BREAKING NEWS – 2 APRIL 2014
15. World Environment day : Asianet News Prime Time Discussion 5th June 2014