Fracking sites may raise the risk of underweight babies, new study says

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Dec 142017
 

State health officials and residents near fracking operations have complained that wastewater from fracking taints local drinking water. Companies in some cases have been forced to provide bottled drinking water for residents who relied on underground wells.
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Fracking Disproportionately Affects Communities of Color in Texas, Study Shows

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Nov 262017
 

… disposal wells in the Eagle Ford area of South Texas found a positive correlation between the proximity of a fracking wastewater disposal site and the proportion of people of color living in that area. Fracking has been associated with numerous health …
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Study: Fracking, human activity culprits behind Texas earthquakes

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Nov 252017
 

There has been a recent increase in natural gas extraction — including fracking, or hydraulic fracturing, but other techniques as well — which produces a lot of wastewater. To get rid of it, the water is injected deep into the ground. When wastewater …
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No, NASA Antarctica study didn’t discredit climate change science – PolitiFact

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Nov 212017
 

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No, NASA Antarctica study didn't discredit climate change science
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The public has been misled by climate change advocates about the real reason behind the melting of Antarctica's western ice sheet, claims the website American News. "BUSTED: NASA Accidentally destroys every climate change advocate by exposing …
Doomsday on IceGrist
Antarctic landscape insights keep ice loss forecasts on the radarScience Daily
These are the melting glaciers that might someday drown coastal …Alaska Dispatch News
ChicagoNow (blog) –SBS –BBC News
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CU Boulder study links Raton Basin earthquakes to oil and gas wastewater injections

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Oct 262017
 

Nakai said the research team did not look at the relationship between the Raton Basin earthquakes and hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. Wastewater disposal wells are used to pump water deep back into the ground after it is extracted during the collection …
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Fossil Fuel Industry Has Cost USA $240 Billion A Year Over Last Decade Via Air Pollution & Extreme Weather, Study … – CleanTechnica

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Oct 012017
 

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Fossil Fuel Industry Has Cost USA $ 240 Billion A Year Over Last Decade Via Air Pollution & Extreme Weather, Study …
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The fossil fuel industry has cost the US around $ 240 billion a year over the last decade through the effects of extreme weather and air pollution, according to a new study from the non-profit Universal Ecological Fund. That's $ 240 billion per year

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Plastic Nanoparticles Can Accumulate In Fish Brains & Cause Brain Damage, Study Finds

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Sep 262017
 

Nano-sized particles of plastic can accumulate in the brains of fish and cause damage and behavioral changes, according to a new study from Lund University

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High Risk That Temperatures Could Exceed Thermal Survival Limits For Many Fish Species By 2070, Study Finds

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Sep 212017
 

Anthropogenic climate warming could lead to water temperatures in some parts of the world exceeding the thermal survival limits of the fish species living there now, according to new research from the University of Washington.

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Warm Antarctica Caves Show Signs of New Species, Study Says – Daily Beast

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Sep 082017
 

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Warm Antarctica Caves Show Signs of New Species, Study Says
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Warm caves under Antarctica's glaciers may be hiding previously undiscovered plant and animal species, scientists say. A new study led by Australian National University revealed an extensive network of warm caves around Mount Erebus, an active volcano …
Antarctica's ice caves could be hiding undiscovered species of plants and animalsABC Online
Warm caves under Antarctica's glaciers may harbour secret life, say scientistsHindustan Times
Scientists are closing in on warm caves under Antarctica which could support secret lifeBusiness Insider Australia
The Mercury –9news.com.au –Xinhua
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