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SEATTLE— A new project led by environmental health researchers in the University of Washington (UW) School of Public Health will assess key health issues affecting... [Read More]
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Gina McCarthy In a speech and very practical conversation with UW public health, policy, and environmental students and faculty, Gina McCarthy, top Administrator... [Read More]
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China To Lead After US Paris Withdrawal ... [Read More]
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The Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn, New York, is one of the most contaminated places in America, with stink and filth that emanate in all kinds... [Read More]
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G7 environment chiefs meet in Italy Sunday for potentially difficult talks 10 days after Donald Trump sparked a rift with US partners by pulling out... [Read More]
A highly toxic water pollutant, known as perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), last year caused a number of U.S. communities to close their drinking water supplies. PFOA... [Read More]
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A highly toxic water pollutant, known as perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), last year caused a number of U.S. communities to close their drinking water supplies. PFOA... [Read More]
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Scott Pruitt, administrator of the US Environmental Protection Agency, has a new favorite statistic. On June 4 alone, he told NBC, ABC, and Fox News... [Read More]
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BOSTON, Massachusetts (NEWS CENTER)—Several Maine communities will receive grants totaling $2.95 million for brownfield site revitalization and technical assistance. That was announced... [Read More]
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