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As other states ban landfills from accepting low-level radioactive waste, up to 36 tons of the sludge already rejected by two other states was slated to arrive in Michigan late last week ...
From solar-harvesting shingles and windows to shoe insoles that can power a smartphone, this Yale Environment 360 gallery explores a few of these energy-saving technologies. ...
H.J. Heinz Co. recalled some infant food in China after regulators found excessive levels of lead affecting more than 1,400 boxes. ...
A NEW licensing system governing the use of pesticides has been welcomed by the group behind the re-introduction of birds prey into Ireland. ...
A poll by Hispanics Enjoying Camping, Hunting, and Outdoors (HECHO) suggests that Latinos, peoples often ignored by the mainstream environmental movement, care deeply about preserving public land and resources. ...
Even with one of the U.S.'s most stringent regulatory processes -- FDA approval of a new drug -- the government relies on company-backed science to show products are safe and effective. ...
Many business owners and workers worry that carbon pricing will hurt local economies. They need to know: How would carbon pricing affect businesses and job creation in Washington and Oregon? ...
The Colorado River Basin, which supplies irrigation and groundwater for most of the West, is drying up faster than expected. Part of the problem is a drought-driven over-reliance on groundwater. ...
environmentalists say the legislation doesn't do enough to protect waterways. ...
The suit, which has begun hitting the market, is made not from conventional, petroleum-based neoprene but from a natural rubber derived from a desert shrub. ...

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