In this week's Beyond the Headlines segment, Peter Dykstra and Host Bobby Bascomb look at the European Union's plan to become carbon neutral by 2050. Next, they turn to internet dating profiles and how users are matched based on their concern about climate change.
Parts of Australia are set to swelter through a scorcher of a week, with temperatures forecast to exceed 40C for days and predictions the mercury could tip to over 50C in desert areas.
The co-founder of the Senate's first-ever Environment Justice Caucus, U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill) led 15 of her Senate colleagues in sending letters to leaders in the environmental justice movement.
This week, Peter Dykstra and Host Steve Curwood discuss the international rise of coal, with China's big push to increase coal power and Russia's Siberian coast playing an increasing role in shipping coal. In Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, two years of delays are preventing islanders from accessing the FEMA aid needed to recover after hurricanes Maria and Irma.
Virginia Tech researchers' new report offers ideas to stop non-native invasive animal species like pythons, cats, rats, feral pigs from overrunning national parks.
Peter Dykstra and Bobby Bascomb take a look at how melting sea ice in the Arctic is already opening up a new shipping route for oil and gas in particular. Then, the two discuss the low attendance by Democratic candidates at the first ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice, and some of the big ideas from the candidates who showed up.
Peter Dykstra and Steve Curwood discuss an EV start-up replacing a shuttered GM plant in Ohio and the upcoming arrival of Polestar, an EV financed by Volvo and manufactured in China, to the Montreal market. They also consider an idea to convert the outer area of massive parking lots into urban farms.
How to prepare the United States, and the world, from the impacts of climate change has become a flashpoint in the 2020 presidential election.
With most Americans now viewing climate change as a major threat, a group of senators announced the first bipartisan climate caucus to address the crisis.
If the Trump administration's own scientific advisory board, a host of biological societies, and scores of former government agency officials are disappointed, the rest of America should be fearful and angry.
High waters, more hazardous cargo in the Ohio watershed complicate the job of keeping the waterways safe
As the conditions on the Ohio — and its cargo — become more hazardous, key regulatory organizations struggle to keep up with the growing demands of this water highway.
EHN is teaming up with The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health to bring you the voices of next generation environmental health leaders
It's time to promote and embrace diversity within the environmental health community and listen to solutions from tomorrow's leaders