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With warm summer days at the beach on the minds of millions of winter-weary people, scientists are reporting that use of a new water quality test this year could prevent unnecessary beach closures while better protecting the health of swimmers. A study analyzing the accuracy of the test appears in ... keep reading
The sad truth is every person in the world has to face some form of pollution on a daily basis. We are living in a world where convenience is considered quintessential to a person’s survival; the use of industrial machinery, transport and people’s ambition to own the most ... keep reading
The United Nations has put the Queensland and federal governments on notice that the Great Barrier Reef could be added to a list of endangered world heritage sites.This would be a huge slap in the face for Australia and a massive economic loss to Australia's tourism business. There ... keep reading
In January, NASA revealed satellite images showing dramatic visuals of air pollution over China. Consequently, a new analysis is reporting that more than 1 million people are dying prematurely every year from air pollution in China alone. "Cars are being added and trucks are being added to the streets in ... keep reading
With warm summer days at the beach on the minds of millions of people, scientists are reporting that use of a new water quality test this year could prevent unnecessary beach closures while better protecting the health of swimmers. A study analyzing the accuracy of the test appears in ACS ... keep reading
A federal judge has ruled the Obama administration broke the law when it issued oil leases in central California without fully weighing the environmental impact of "fracking". This is a fantastic setback for companies seeking to frack. The decision bars (in the meantime anyway) any drilling on two tracts of ... keep reading
Mention “high costs,” “financing” and “safety” in the same sentence as “commercial nuclear power plants,” and most people think of the multi-billion-dollar construction or operational phase of these facilities, which provide 20 percent of the domestic electric supply. Those concerns, however, are now emerging as aging nuclear power plants reach ... keep reading
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