meatballs researchers claim that a single postnatal dose of the dreaded bisphenol A (BPA) changes adult behavior. Continue reading A single blast of BPA alters behavior?
Paradoxically, although manmade mercury emissions have been increasing, atmospheric levels of mercury have been declining — all on the eve of EPA’s Clean Air Mercury Rule (aka utility MACT). Continue reading Irony: Atmospheric mercury declining without EPA regulation
Would you lengthen a car trip by 11 percent to reduce carbon monoxide emissions by 27 percent? Continue reading ‘Green routing’: Driving longer to reduce emissions?
Conveniently timed to coincide with the NTSB recommendation to ban cell phone use while driving. Continue reading Cell phone crash risk overestimated
The average wind turbine whacks a minimum of about 8 birds per year. Continue reading Bird Conservancy petitions Obama against wind
That’s a defense to skepticism offered by Texas Tech professor Katharine Hayhoe, the author of the climate chapter in Newt Gingrich’s upcoming book on the environment. Continue reading Gingrich climate expert: ‘What would Jesus do on a warming planet?’
Should the FDA be made an independent agency? Continue reading FED-eralize the FDA?