Links to articles in today's press about environmental health. Many more links available today at www.EnvironmentalHealthNews.org
Updated: 43 min 35 sec ago
Hillcrest is squeezed between the port and the interstate, hemmed in by oil tanks on one side and miles of refineries on another.
All across the country, Latinos are working hard to fight polluters and protect our air, water and climate. Here are the Latino voices leading the way in fighting climate change.
Rarely, if ever, has a proposed water project been promoted as essential to meet the needs of a particular ethnic group, but that seems to be what some Latino advocacy organizations are claiming in support of a proposed seawater desalination plant in Huntington Beach.
U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's suggestion that he'd get rid of advisory committee members who also receive EPA grants has roiled the research community.
Nearly half of the 102 Superfund homes in East Chicago tested by EPA had lead paint. Whose job is it to remove?
An agency spokesperson said they have no plans to remove it because such activity is outside the authority of the agency's Superfund program.
The NAACP kicked off an initiative in East Chicago to teach children how to test their soil, water and air for lead.
Working to undermine the agency you were charged with leading is not just a betrayal of those who work there; it is a betrayal of the Americans the agency serves.
Global hunger has fallen more than a quarter since 2000, but conflict and climate shocks are beginning to reverse these gains, an annual global hunger index said on Thursday.
Johns Hopkins is among universities and other groups open-source mapping Puerto Rico to help aid organizations reach victims of Hurricane Maria.
From oil spills and nuclear waste to climate change, covering the environment has long been a crucial part of the magazine's mission.
Breathing dirty air and living in stress combine to increase the likelihood NYC kids will have a behavior disorder.
Interfaith Power and Light, a nonprofit organization represented in 40 states, including North Carolina, and Washington, D.C., has become a leading nationwide faith-based player in the climate change debate.
What good are laws without enforcement? Scott Pruitt wants to stop paying the Justice Department for hazardous waste litigation.
To galvanize audiences: Don’t use apocalyptic plots. But a dose of humor? That might help.
An ambitious dinner series in Philadelphia spent a year trying to build bridges with food.
Scott Pruitt wants to cut waste at the EPA. Here's what he could save by cutting his own expenses.
Union members, environmental justice advocates and green transportation activists packed a meeting room to send a loud and clear message: the city and state should make electric transportation in the city and at the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports a priority.
Amid ongoing debates over moving crude oil by rail versus pipelines, two new studies offer insight into the economics, health impacts and risks of the two sectors.