04/19/2018 / By David Williams

With the government’s renewed push to generate more of the country’s energy through renewable energy sources, the Trump administration is

http://www.environ.news/2018-04-19-will-renewable-energy-plans-for-mojave-desert-move-forward.html

04/17/2018 / By Lance D Johnson

The amount of plastic pollution in our oceans is set to triple over the next seven years, according to a

http://www.environ.news/2018-04-17-the-amount-of-plastic-pollution-in-our-oceans-will-triple-in-7-years.html

04/17/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

You’re probably already aware just how bad environmental toxins can be for your health, but did you know that they

http://www.environ.news/2018-04-17-heavy-metal-poisoning-causes-personality-shifts-in-birds.html

04/16/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Cattle farming has found itself on the receiving end of lots of criticism over the years, and much of it

http://www.environ.news/2018-04-16-when-cows-are-raised-naturally-cattle-production-becomes-environmentally-friendly-and-sustainable.html

04/16/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

New research showed that African Americans are more exposed to air pollution than whites, placing them at higher risk for heart

http://www.environ.news/2018-04-16-african-americans-are-at-greater-risk-of-heart-disease-because-they-are-more-exposed-to-air-pollutants.html

04/16/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

In a bid to protect its prime tourist destinations, the Thai government has decided to enforce stricter measures in these areas,

http://www.environ.news/2018-04-16-three-islands-in-southeast-thailand-to-ban-all-activities-that-could-hurt-marine-ecosystems.html

04/15/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

You can’t see silver nanoparticles in your clothes – not even with a microscope – but rest assured these tiny

http://www.environ.news/2018-04-15-researchers-designing-ways-to-treat-wastewater-from-washing-machines.html

04/14/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Rising more than 20,000 feet above sea level, Denali, formerly Mount McKinley, is the tallest mountain in North America and

http://www.environ.news/2018-04-14-glacial-rivers-could-contain-fecal-matter-you-might-just-be-drinking-poop-filled-water.html

04/13/2018 / By Mike Adams

An activist who opposed genetically engineered mosquitoes has been found dead in the swimming pool of a Washington D.C. hotel,

http://www.environ.news/2018-04-13-anti-gmo-activist-found-dead-in-hotel-pool-hours-before-planned-delivery-of-200000-petition-signatures-to-the-epa.html

04/12/2018 / By Janine Acero

An alarming number of different toxins was found in mussels collected from the San Francisco Bay, reported a Science Daily

http://www.environ.news/2018-04-12-san-francisco-bay-shellfish-contaminated-with-four-different-types-of-toxins.html

04/12/2018 / By David Williams

Turf grass has long been considered by many as a more Earth-friendly alternative to real grass, mainly because of the

http://www.environ.news/2018-04-12-water-conservation-fail-turf-grass-actually-uses-more-water-than-real-grass-according-to-study.html

04/11/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

There’s no denying the convenience provided by wet wipes. Originally marketed for babies, wet wipes have since seen more use

http://www.environ.news/2018-04-11-makeup-wipes-wet-wipes-how-non-woven-fabrics-do-more-harm.html

04/10/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

It’s better for bees if homeowners mow the yard less often, according to a study published in the journal Biological

http://www.environ.news/2018-04-10-its-good-for-the-bees-if-you-mow-the-yard-less-often.html

04/10/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Feeding the wildlife may do more harm than good as it affects migration and rates of disease. The study, published

http://www.environ.news/2018-04-10-feeding-the-wildlife-influences-migration-rates-of-disease.html

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