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Climate warming reduces organic carbon burial beneath oceans

An international team of scientists painstakingly gathered data from more than 50 years of seagoing scientific drilling missions to conduct a first-of-its-kind study of organic carbon that falls to the bottom of the ocean and gets drawn deep inside the planet.


A step towards solar fuels out of thin air

A device that can harvest water from the air and provide hydrogen fuel -- entirely powered by solar energy -- has been a dream for researchers for decades.


Working from home worse for you Here’s why commuting may actually improve mental, physical well-being

Working from home may not be as good for you as commuting after all, a new study suggests. Researchers at University College London report that traveling more than 15 miles from home regularly is better for your mental and physical well-being.


PG&E reports nuclear reactor welding leak at Diablo Canyon facility

Pacific Gas & Electric found damage to part of a reactor cooling system at the aging Diablo Canyon nuclear plant in California, but it hasn’t yet answered key questions about the extent of the problem.​


Green power giant Iberdrola makes floating solar debut on Brazil paradise island

Global green power giant Iberdrola will leap into floating solar with a debut project on a Brazilian eco-paradise island.


Hydration can significantly impact your physical health, study finds

But drinking enough water is also associated with a significantly lower risk of developing chronic diseases, a lower risk of dying early or lower risk of being biologically older than your chronological age, according to a National Institutes of Health study published Monday in the journal eBioMedicine.​


Recycling plastic is practically impossible and the problem is getting worse

The vast majority of plastic that people use, and in many cases put into blue recycling bins, is headed to landfills, or worse, according to a report from Greenpeace on the state of plastic recycling in the U.S.


Protecting Your Workers From Cold Stress

The current winter weather in the United States serves as a reminder that, during winter’s cold months, it’s important to be aware of the effects that “cold stress” can have on workers—and know how to prevent it from happening.


EWG welcomes cosmetics law reforms in end-of-year spending bill

WASHINGTON – Congress today passed the first update since 1938 to the federal law regulating personal care products, with key cosmetics reform provisions included in must-pass end-of-year spending legislation. ​


Healthy Toys For Happy Kids

By Erin Speiser, PhD, MA With the deluge of toys available to kids, sorting through related health information may feel like a challenging road to navigate. Thankfully, there’s a few simple guidelines to help ensure that the toys in your home are as safe as possible, and support their health and wellbeing:

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