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Using science to take action: Rachel Shaffer, Ph.D.

"By assessing the risk of chemicals all around us, I'm working to create a safer world"

Lawsuits against the plastics industry for health and environmental harm could exceed $20 billion by 2030

A new study warns investors and insurers that plastic pollution is costing society $100 billion per year and litigation is coming.

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Peter Dykstra: A League of their own

The League of Conservation Voters has managed to stay out of the mud for 52 years.

Op-ed: This loophole allows pesticide-coated seeds to kill birds. It’s time to close it.

Changing the special status of coated seeds is a long overdue step for wildlife conservation in the U.S.

Glyphosate exposure linked to lower birth weights for Indiana babies

“Virtually all the major chronic diseases suffered from in adulthood can be linked to being smaller at birth.”

LISTEN: Hannah Seo on diversity and optimism in environmental journalism

“People are finding really innovative ways to tell stories.”

Peter Dykstra: Election Day and beyond

The environment gets orphaned yet again.