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When cracked, it can be “healed” by induction heating.
Impact of the global economy on culture and agriculture.
John Kerry's first foreign policy speech as Secretary of State.
Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt. All for short term profit, at long term expense.
Please sign the petitions on behalf of Paul and the whales...
control has shifted away from it's sportsmen members to the weapons industry.
8:30 PM Saturday 23 March
dolphins help a lost seal pup caught in a strong current
create something that will make the world awesome.
the most urgent threat to three of the world's best-loved species—elephants, rhinos and tigers.
images of all 39 species in the bird-of-paradise family
Hydrophonics and verticrops
Special camera sees greenhouse gases
Wild Dolphin "Asks" Divers to Free It from Hook and line embedded in its pectoral fin.
Chasing Ice movie reveals largest iceberg break-up ever filmed.
Rare Animals Lead Secret Lives After Dark Caught on Tape
Melissa Leo Speaks Out About Banning Fracking in New York
Biochemist Richard Denison takes on the problem of untested chemicals in consumer products. For nearly a decade, EDF senior scientist Richard Denison, Ph.D., has worked to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). This outdated federal law utterly fails to protect Americans from toxic chemicals. In fact, TCSA doesn’t regulate even the most dangerous chemicals — such as asbestos, formaldehyde and lead — despite their undeniable linkage to a whole raft of chronic diseases. To shine a spotlight on this bad law’s shortcomings, Denison has written science and policy reports, testified before Congressional committees and teamed up with citizen advocacy groups to create health-based, reform-minded coalitions like “Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families.” This year his efforts and those of his colleagues bore fruit with the introduction of a bill in Congress aimed at overhauling TSCA for the first time in 35 years. www.edf.org
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