Read the full story in Wired. Getting rid of asbestos is good for public health, but it’s risky for abatement workers, whose occupational risks make
Read the full story from the New York Times. Hormone-disrupting phthalates can be found in everything from plastics and household goods to personal care products.
Read the full story from the University of Washington. A central study setting limits for a widely used and controversial pesticide is questioned in a
Read the full story at The Intercept. Ravaged by COVID-19, polluted communities demand environmental justice.
by Terry Sunderland (University of British Columbia) As the global population has doubled to 7.8 billion in about 50 years, industrial agriculture has increased the
Read the full story at IEEE Spectrum. Increasing concerns about chemical herbicides are giving a boost to the old idea of killing weeds with electricity.