Mahi Pono’s Pesticide Files: Mahi Pono uses paraquat and another chemical toxic to marine life and bees.
Mahi Pono, Maui's largest landowner, sprayed the highly toxic chemical paraquat six times last September and October, according to Hawai'i's Department of Agriculture.
A new study demonstrates how high selenium concentrations, primarily from industrial and agricultural runoff, can affect wild fish.
The chemical BPA, an endocrine disruptor, is widely used in food packaging. Environmental Health News published a reported series showing that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has stacked the deck against findings from independent scientists that link BPA to harmful human health effects, ranging from birth defects to cancer. Science journalist Lynne Peeples joins Host Steve Curwood to discuss this investigation and why even BPA alternatives may also not be safe.
The use of banned flame retardants is widespread, yet our prime minister is hostile towards public protections, says Guardian columnist George Monbiot.
PFAS are in everything from clothing to non-stick pans, and can harm humans and animals. Now, scientists have found them in pet cats and dogs.
Lower birthrates are a result of people postponing childbirth into later years as well as chemical toxicity in the environment according to research.
Twenty-nine states to consider more than 180 such policies in 2020.
Rates of breast cancer in Scots men doubles as experts suggest pesticides could be linked to countryside cases
To test its new compound, Sherwin-Williams sought help from scientists and environmental groups critical of bisphenol A.
As we celebrate a World Bicycle Day like no other, can the U.S. keep the momentum and attention the coronavirus pandemic has brought to bicycling?
Twenty-one species molt from brown to white to survive the winter season. But climate change has created a mismatch between their snowy camouflage and surroundings.