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The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) reports 12 birds found in eight counties in the state have tested positive for West Nile virus since surveillance for the mosquito-transmitted virus began May 1. “The positive birds mean that Wisconsin residents need to be more vigilant in their personal protective measures to prevent mosquito bites,”...
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President’s Startup Challenge 2017 is Open

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President’s Startup Challenge 2017 Rules

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President’s Startup Challenge 2017 FAQs

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EPA Honors Winners of the 2017 Green Chemistry Challenge Awards

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Energy Department Announces $3 Million for High Performance Computing to Advance Clean Energy Manufacturing

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Promise after promise was broken when it came to protecting Sacramento’s workers and the public from lead hazards from a contaminated gun range housed in an aging recreational building.
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Why asthma is a housing issue.

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Chemours commits to end GenX in North Carolina’s Cape Fear River.

But EPA says will launch investigation into potential illegal discharge of chemical.
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Hotline, ‘gender champions’, tackle violence against girls in drought-hit Kenya.

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VIDEO: One girl’s daily hunt for clean water in Bangalore.

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In a complaint filed Tuesday in federal court in Wisconsin, six consumers alleged that the company’s top-selling Roundup herbicide has been falsely promoted as uniquely safe.
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The dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico likely will be twice the average size, researchers from several universities and government agencies said Tuesday.
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Tribal nations fight removal of grizzly protections.

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EPA plans to buy out more than 1,200 employees this summer.

Employees who accept buyouts must leave the agency by Sept. 2.
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EPA: 38 science advisers get pink slips – internal email.

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Commentary: Trump trashes environmental studies but they stave off disaster.

Trump and his advisors probably have no idea that an Environmental Impact Statement saved the country from what might have been one of the worst environmental disasters in our history.
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UK heatwave triggers air pollution alert as people flock to beaches.

The heatwave that has brought the longest spell of high June temperatures for two decades has also triggered an air pollution alert in London, with southerly winds due to bring toxic air to large parts of England and Wales on Wednesday.
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The heated politics of renewable energy.

As cities vow to meet the Paris climate commitments, rival researchers debate the true costs of going 100-percent renewable.
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London mayor issues emergency air quality alert amid heatwave.

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Australian population growth: Is having kids selfish?

Meet the couples who have sworn off having more children. With everything going on in the world, should we be bringing more kids into it?
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More US counties are finding Zika-carrying mosquitoes.

New data show that 177 counties, mostly in Southern California, Arizona, Texas, Florida and Maryland, have reported both types of mosquitoes that can spread Zika and other viruses.
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City statistics indicate race, poverty, age, access to healthcare and even whether a patient really wanted to have a baby all have dramatic effects on the risks different women face. Neighborhoods also matter.
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Little wooden cards to map impact of potential Energy East oil spill.

Environmental groups have set a small fleet of wooden cards afloat in the Ottawa River at a proposed Energy East pipeline crossing point at Pointe-Fortune, Que.
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Portugal’s ‘killer forest.’

Deadly wildfire calls into question Portugal’s embrace of eucalyptus.
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New boa species “on its way to extinction” discovered in the Bahamas.

A team from Harvard’s Museum of Comparative Zoology discovered the silver boa in a remote corner of the Bahamian Archipelago called the Conception Island Bank — and the team says it’s one of the most critically endangered boas in the world.
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GenX: A question of chemistry.

There is still a lot about GenX that we don’t know. It’s all about chemistry. Which means for many of us, it can be somewhat difficult to grasp.
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NY: State legislation aims to curb food waste

Source: WXXI, 6/12/17. Bipartisan legislation under consideration in both the New York State Senate and Assembly would give grocery stores, restaurants, caterers, and other food industry companies an incentive to donate surplus food to local food banks or pantries through a a tax credit.
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Real World Data / Real World Evidence: webinar recording available

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DEA and NIOSH Guidance Documents on Fentanyl

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DEA has just published a new guidance document for first responders to protect against exposure to  fentanyl or one of the analogues: https://www.scribd.com/document/350544716/A-Briefing-Guide-for-First-Responders   NIOSH has a document first posted last year : https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/fentanyl/default.html   Of note in the NIOSH document is recommended use of a 5 mil glove and a P-100 mask.
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EPA Further Delays Implementation of Final Rule for Wood Composite Formaldehyde Emissions

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(PAINT.ORG) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has once again pushed back the implementation date for its final rule that limits formaldehyde emissions from composite wood products. In a direct final rule, the compliance dates for the rule set the emission limits, recordkeeping, and labeling requirements for March 22, 2018, instead of Dec. 12,...
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Free digital edition of “Occupational Safety and Health Online. How to find reliable information”.

Free digital edition of “Occupational Safety and Health Online. How to find reliable information”.

The book is an introduction on how to find the highest quality occupational safety and health (OSH) information online, and is a useful tool for education and training, research and evidence-based practice. It is recommended he book for PhD and Master’s students as well as for postgraduate education of OSH professionals: occupational physicians, safety...
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Intense storms may diminish protective ozone in Central US.

Stronger storms over the Great Plains—likely induced by climate change—may be chipping away at the key life-protecting layer of our atmosphere.
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Of mice, Monsanto and a mysterious tumor.

It’s been 34 years since Monsanto Co. presented U.S. regulators with a seemingly routine study analyzing the effects the company’s best-selling herbicide might have on rodents. Now, that study is once again under the microscope.
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America’s toxic prisons: The environmental injustices of mass incarceration.

Mass incarceration in the US is hurting the environment and prisoners.
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Toxic taints CFPUA drinking water.

A chemical replacement for a key ingredient in Teflon linked to cancer and a host of other ailments has been found in the drinking water system of the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority, which cannot filter it.
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Volunteers going door-to-door through Southeast Los Angeles neighborhoods are expected to face a host of challenges, most notably the misconception that they are agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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Mexico, DiCaprio and Carlos Slim craft plan to save endangered porpoise.

The Mexican government, tycoon Carlos Slim and U.S. actor Leonardo DiCaprio on Wednesday unveiled a joint plan to protect a tiny porpoise in the Gulf of California that has become a potent symbol of critically endangered animal species.
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EPA raises doubts about its Housatonic River cleanup plan.

General Electric was ordered to clean up the Housatonic River, but now the plan may be scuttled by those who drafted it: the EPA.
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Experts, residents: State's Hoosick Falls report flawed.

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