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Posts Tagged ‘public health’

EPA’s Beefed-Up Asbestos Reporting Requirements Will Save Lives

New EPA Asbestos Reporting Requirements

EPA’s Beefed-Up Asbestos Reporting Requirements Will Save Lives

Public health officials and toxic exposure watchdogs are hopeful that tough new reporting requirements will lead to a greater understanding about how and why Americans continue to be exposed to cancer-causing asbestos.

The new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) measures expand reporting and recordkeeping duties for manufacturers and importers of products containing asbestos. The...

Pesticides Linked to Climate Change, Despite Declining Efficacy

Pesticides & Climate Change

Pesticides Linked to Climate Change, Despite Declining Efficacy

Pesticides are a key contributor to climate change – posing risks to the environment, public health, and food security – while their effectiveness is declining, according to a recent study.

Developed by Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA), the study describes a vicious cycle: pesticides add emissions to the air that contribute to climate change, and as temperatures rise,...

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