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Environmental Politics

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  • Heatlh Effects of Pesticides- Get the Facts from NPIC

     
    People want to know how pesticide use could affect them. Residents who live near farm fields, people who buy fresh produce, people who contract with lawn and tree care companies, members of your family and even you may be interested......
  • SEC alleges Navistar withholding documents in fraud investigation

    SEC alleges Navistar withholding documents in fraud investigation
    The Securities and Exchange Commission is asking a federal court to force Navistar to release documents it believes the company "improperly redacted and withheld as privileged" in response to a fraud investigation. The 42-page complaint also brings to...
  • Rodale Institute, Allentown to open two farmers' markets in city

    Gardening in a city like Allentown can be challenging: the soil may not be suitable, water and sunlight may not be accessible and space may be limited. But the Rodale Institute, the Maxatawny Township nonprofit dedicated to pioneering organic farming...
  • On environment, Hogan should be like his dad

    On environment, Hogan should be like his dad
    Dan Rodricks reminds us that care for the environment used to be a bipartisan affair ("Hogan missed dad's lesson on pollution," Jan. 27). At his inauguration, Maryland's new governor rightly praised his former-Congressman father (Lawrence J. Hogan Sr.)...
  • More than 1,000 to gather Sunday for 'Birthday of the Trees'

    More than 1,000 to gather Sunday for 'Birthday of the Trees'
    Tu B'Shevat, a little known Jewish holiday with Biblical roots, has become a time for environmental awareness both within the Jewish community and beyond. A community wide celebration sponsored by the Jewish National Fund (JNF) will give children a...
  • Winnetka officials to release results of water study

    Winnetka officials to release results of water study
    Officials in Winnetka are expected to soon unveil the results of a consultant's water quality testing study – a $125,000 project launched in anticipation of seeking approval from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency for building the village'...
  • Decision looms over captive orca, but fate of Lolita unclear

    For years, animal activists have campaigned to free a killer whale that was captured from Puget Sound waters in 1970 and has been performing at Miami Seaquarium in Florida for over four decades. They say the orca known as Lolita belongs to a small...
  • Exide battery plant cited for hazardous waste violations

    Exide battery plant cited for hazardous waste violations
    Exide Technologies is in trouble again with state environmental regulators who on Wednesday cited the Vernon battery recycler for eight hazardous-waste violations. Inspections last week by the California Department of Toxic Substances Control found...
  • Mexico halts Chinese mega-mall project after damage to environment

    Mexico halts Chinese mega-mall project after damage to environment
    It was supposed to be a major Chinese foothold for doing business in Latin America, the largest venue for selling Chinese goods in the Western Hemisphere. The multimillion-dollar Dragon Mart mega-mall would cover nearly 1,400 acres two miles from the...
  • Don't give a free pass to polluters, Mr. Hogan

    Don't give a free pass to polluters, Mr. Hogan
    I am a 79-year-old retired assistant superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools and a former resident of Dundalk. I lived and worked in the Dundalk area for over 50 years. Though I am retired, I was active in Dundalk leading community projects...
  • Hartford School Gets New Tests To Find Contaminants

    Hartford School Gets New Tests To Find Contaminants
    HARTFORD — A new round of contaminant testing was conducted over the past week to determine how traces of toxic chemicals seeped into the air at Clark Elementary School, Superintendent Beth Schiavino-Narvaez said Tuesday night. After the recent...