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Energy-efficient green buildings may emit hazardous chemicals.

Newly renovated low-income housing units in Boston earned awards for green design and building but flunked indoor air-quality tests, a new study shows.

(Reuters Health) - Newly renovated low-income housing units in Boston earned awards for green design and building but flunked indoor air-quality tests, a new study shows.

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Are we running out of fresh water?

Water seems to be abundant on our blue planet. But extensive agriculture, high consumption and climate change are already causing regional scarcity. What future for water?

Two-thirds of the world is covered in water, containing over a billion trillion liters of water. So how could we have water shortages?

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The surprising effect of ocean waves on global climate.

Evidence mounts of the important role of sea spray in shaping Earth’s atmosphere.

August 22, 2017 — Breaking waves are the stuff of romance and poetry, but the spray they generate is serious business. Just ask Vicki Grassian, who thinks about what crashing waves mean for clouds and, ultimately, our ability to understand and adapt to our changing climate.

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Label salon products to disclose risks.

Imagine that your favorite hair product’s label read, “Warning: may cause infertility,” or listed “formaldehyde,” a cancer-causing embalming fluid, as an ingredient.

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Lawsuit claims Poland Spring water isn't from a spring.

Is your bottle of Poland Spring water really from a spring? A lawsuit filed in federal court in Connecticut earlier this week alleges it isn't, calling the Nestle-owned brand label that reads "100% Natural Spring Water" a "colossal fraud."

By RACHEL LAYNE MONEYWATCH August 18, 2017, 2:42 PM

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Washington state officials troubled by oilpatch secrets.

Washington State officials have privately complained about a lack of information — vital for an oil spill response — on the ingredients of the diluent used to help Alberta bitumen flow through Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain oil pipeline.

Washington state officials troubled by oilpatch secrets

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Coal plants might be even more toxic than we thought.
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Coal plants might be even more toxic than we thought.

An environmental disaster in North Carolina reveals that a rare, potentially dangerous compound is abundant in burned coal.

Scientists studying the aftermath of a massive coal-ash spill in North Carolina have discovered a byproduct of the fossil fuel that may pose human health risks. 

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