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In 2012, over 100 green turtles in Upstart Bay, Australia died of unknown causes. Scientists, who are investigating the phenomenon, took blood samples from 1,131 animals in the area. Findings revealed possible chemical exposure. Researchers...

source: Tech Times

Landfills may be emitting more methane than previously reported because the Environmental Protection Agency may be drastically underestimating how much garbage is being deposited in landfills across the U.S., according to a new Yale University study. Banana peels, coffee...

source: Scientific American

Looking forward to some Salt Lake area Halloween events and activities? Here are some that we know about.

source: Salt Lake Moms

Last year, the Silicon Valley real estate company Sand Hill bought up a failed shopping mall. Now, it wants to turn the 50-acre property into an urban center with the world's largest green roof. The project is ambitious:...

source: Quartz

The Copper Development Association has chosen Carrie Claytor to lead its Health, Environment and Sustainable Development program. Centered on providing valuable scientific data and regulatory guidance to the industry,...

source: Copper Development Association

An estimated 80,000 chemical substances currently find their way into our environment through industrial and agricultural waste, as well as through food additives, pesticides, pharmaceuticals and personal care products. But even as companies continue to produce new chemical...

source: UCLA


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