The South American nation is bucking the global trend.
Last month, high tides in San Francisco Bay washed up onto the shoreline of a large former pharmaceutical company in Richmond. A few hours later, the outgoing tide pulled contamination - including pesticides, toxic chemicals and radioactive waste - off the industrial land and into the Bay.
Some people who live and work on St. Marys Bay in Digby County, N.S., don't want to see an aquaculture operation set up shop in the area.
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.
Whether rural Pakistan or the Salinas Valley, neglect and injustice pervade farm work. Environmental scientists, policymakers and citizens need to step up for the workers who feed our nation.
It's time to promote and embrace diversity within the environmental health community and listen to solutions from tomorrow's leaders
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