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E.P.A. to propose restrictions on asbestos

E.P.A. to propose restrictions on asbestos

The agency aims to ban the manufacturing and import of a type of asbestos that is used in brake pads, gaskets and other automotive products and is linked to cancer.

Blame Henry Ford for deadly superbugs.

The strange journey from soybean-fueled cars to antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

America has too much, and it’s killing us.

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Inside the struggle for clean energy in Waukegan, Illinois.

A city once known for its PCB-laden harbor was ready for a comeback—until local politics got in the way.

It was May of 2016, and Eileen Shanley-Roberts was driving in her gray station wagon along Waukegan Harbor, flanked on her left side by industrial stacks and abandoned warehouses, and on her right by a massive, boat-lines harbor. "It looks like Mad Max," she said. "It is a totally post-apocalyptic industrial wasteland."

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How to kick the growth addiction.
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How to kick the growth addiction.

Endless economic growth, long the rallying cry of the conventional paradigm, endangers our future. Ecological economist Tim Jackson explores the need to envision a post-growth economy.

Endless economic growth, long the rallying cry of the conventional paradigm, endangers our future. Ecological economist Tim Jackson, author of Prosperity Without Growth: Foundations for the Economy of Tomorrow, explores the need to envision a post-growth economy with Allen White, Senior Fellow at the Tellus Institute.

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Feds shut down new drilling along Rover pipeline project.

In a letter sent Wednesday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission prohibited Texas-based Rover Pipeline from any new drilling activities until the company complies with new measures and receives authorization.

By Marion Renault

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Ohio EPA orders Rover pipeline builder to pay $431,000 for violations.

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has ordered Energy Transfer, the company building the Rover natural gas distribution pipeline, to pay $431,000 for water and air pollution violations at various locations across the state.

By Marion Renault

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How Brexit is changing the lives of eight researchers.

When the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union on 23 June last year, the decision triggered a period of intense soul-searching and uncertainty, not least for a research community with strong and long-standing financial and social links to the continent. Worries about science funding, residency rights and even about racist attacks took root in laboratories across the country.

How Brexit is changing the lives of eight researchers

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