8. Raza-Blue sky
8. Raza-Blue sky
Wisconsin cities, mills told to cut even more while farms remain largely free
Many gains from Clean Water Act are lost due to overloads of phosphorous
Stew of farm runoff, invasive mussels, big rains poisons Toledo’s water, sends
lake back to its dark ages
Indigenous leaders killed near Brazil border following logging and land title battle
Companies worry about economic impact of new state regulation; advocates
say action needed to protect people sensitive to smog
The company said it lost $90 million after corn grown from genetically
modified Syngenta seed was refused by China.
18. Environmental Issues of the Philippines
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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
Academics and technology firms seek to reduce the growing problem of
electronic waste from old cell phones
New Melones Dam on the Stanislaus River near Sonora.
(AP Photo/Bureau of Reclamation, File)
Fish Deaths: Miners in Aceh dispute claims that their activities cause
destruction to the environment
Number of whales drops to 78, a figure not seen since 1985, with two deaths
this year and no new calves since 2012
Fishermen say the foreign firms exploring for oil and gas are forcing them out
of the waters they have trawled for centuries
Three previously unreported overflows add to total from Aug. 12 rainstorm
Higher levels are likely naturally occurring, not a threat to human health, province says
Analysts and the state Department of Environmental Protection differ on the cost
of the new gasoline sought for seven southern and central Maine counties.
Long-awaited method to rein in carbon emissions still faces hurdles and doubts
State asks to be involved in authorization, permitting and enforcement of new
KSM gold and copper mine