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Environmental Health News
Supply chain hurdles complicate food companies’ climate pledges
Several of the world’s largest food and restaurant companies have not made progress on their goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Some are even producing more.
Youngstown City Council unanimously votes against an ‘untested and dangerous’ tire pyrolysis plant
The resolution signals potential trouble ahead for SOBE Thermal’s proposal to turn 88 tons a day of tires into gas and then steam, amid a global fight over “advanced recycling.”
Editorial: Single-use plastics manufacturing shouldn’t be subsidized.
The possibility of toxic fumes and the certainty of more plastic pollution are among the reasons Lockport should not subsidize SRI CV, a plastics company, especially given New York’s environmental agenda.
Governments and individuals debate: Are mandates needed to reach climate change targets?
Governments, organizations and businesses have set ambitious goals to combat climate change. But it is far from clear that those goals can be met without forcing people to do — or not do — certain things.
Michael Bloomberg goes after petrochemicals
The former New York City mayor is spending some of his wealth to try to block the construction of petrochemical plants. But this fight may be tougher than his earlier efforts to close coal-burning power plants.
Researchers join forces to address the ongoing water contamination on Maui
The University of Hawaiʻi is stepping in to help bring water quality information to Maui residents affected by last month’s wildfires and contribute to a better understanding of drinking water contamination.