February 19, 2020

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The Environment in 2012 & 2013: A Look Back and Ahead

With one of the largest ice melts ever on record occurring just a few months ago, The World's environment editor, Peter Thomson, gives...

NPR reports the SEC is requiring companies to disclose risk from fracking

The SEC is jumping into the fight over hydraulic fracturing. Drillers could be required to tell investors more about the risks associated with...

Mining Companies On Quest To Cash In On Gold

This is not 19th-century gold mining. This dirt has a low concentration of gold which is sprayed with a cyanide solution, a process...

Fukushima Workers Tackle Highly Radioactive Water

Workers at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant tested out a system that will start cleaning up an enormous volume of radioactive water...

When biodegradable products are eco-unfriendly

We might not be reaping the full environmental benefits of biodegradable products, according to new research.

Japan Backs Off Of Nuclear Power After Public Outcry

Japan is reassessing how it produces electricity after March's earthquake and tsunami sparked a crisis at the Fukushima nuclear power plant.

Plastic: A Toxic Love Story

We all know that plastics are common in modern life, but science journalist Susan Freinkel says they're really literally everywhere.

Most Plastics Leach Hormone-Like Chemicals

Exactly how BPA affects humans, and how serious its effects are, is still very much up for debate.

Gulf Spill Investigated As Cause Of Dolphin Deaths

Scientists are trying to determine whether there's a link between last year's Gulf of Mexico oil spill and a spike in dolphin deaths...

California Challenges China In Rare Earths Mining

Mining for rare earth minerals used in cell phones, hybrid cars, wind turbines and computers.



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