12 Jul '11, 3pm

Low levels of Bisphenol A (BPA) found even in some metal bottles, study finds #bpa

12 Jul 2011: Low Levels of BPA Found In Some Metal Bottles, Study Says A new study finds that some reusable metal drinking bottles contain low levels of bisphenol A (BPA) , a synthetic estrogen-mimicking chemical, even though such bottles are often marketed as a safer A Researcher Warns on Risks of BPA in Our Lives In an interview with Yale Environment 360 , biologist Frederick vom Saal harshly criticizes U.S. corporations and government regulators for covering up — or ignoring — the many health risks of BPA. READ THE e360 REPORT alternative to BPA-containing plastic bottles. In a comprehensive analysis of numerous types of bottles, University of Cincinnati (UC) researchers found that stainless steel- and co-polyester-lined aluminum bottles did not contain the controversial chemical, which has been shown in numerous studies to disrupt human and animal hormone production. H...

Full article: http://e360.yale.edu/digest/low_levels_of_bpa_found_in_so...

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Green: Fracking Water Killed Trees, Study Finds

green.blogs.nytimes.com 12 Jul '11, 3pm

A study that argues for more research into the safe disposal of chemical-laced wastewater resulting from natural gas drill...

Green: Fracking Water Killed Trees, Study Finds

green.blogs.nytimes.com 12 Jul '11, 12pm

A study that argues for more research into the safe disposal of chemical-laced wastewater resulting from natural gas drill...

Green: Fracking Water Killed Trees, Study Finds

green.blogs.nytimes.com 12 Jul '11, 12pm

A study that argues for more research into the safe disposal of chemical-laced wastewater resulting from natural gas drill...

Fracking Water Killed Trees, Study Finds

green.blogs.nytimes.com 12 Jul '11, 12pm

A study that argues for more research into the safe disposal of chemical-laced wastewater resulting from natural gas drill...

New Study Says "Food Deserts" Only Part of the Problem | Care2 Causes

New Study Says "Food Deserts" Only Part of the ...

care2.com 13 Jul '11, 7am

Those of us who have worked in food policy point to “food deserts” (places where healthy, affordable food is hard to find)...

Cities absorb more carbon than previously estim...

e360.yale.edu 12 Jul '11, 4pm

12 Jul 2011: Cities Absorb More CO2 Than Previously Estimated, Study Says A new UK study says that cities and towns provid...

Here's an interesting idea: Are shopping carts recyclable? What happens to them once they're retired?

Here's an interesting idea: Are shopping carts ...

earth911.com 11 Jul '11, 10am

Old shopping carts can be repaired and refurbished to extend their useful lives or recycled into new metal or plastic prod...

“It is hotter than balls,” says U.S. government

grist.org 12 Jul '11, 2pm

climate change “It is hotter than balls,” says U.S. government by Christopher Mims 12 Jul 2011 10:12 AM 640 max heat recor...

Potential Ban on Chemicals, Including BPA:

Potential Ban on Chemicals, Including BPA:

care2.com 16 Jul '11, 10pm

Recently reported by CNN.com , Rep. Jim Moran, D-Virginia, and Sen. John Kerry, D-Massachusetts are introducing a bill lat...

Think your Water Bottle is "BPA Free"? Better double check.

Think your Water Bottle is "BPA Free"? Better d...

enviroblog.org 15 Jul '11, 6pm

« U.S. Forest Service: Fracking Killed Trees | Main Think your Water Bottle is "BPA Free"? Better double check. July 14, 2...

Fracking Water Killed Trees, Study Finds

green.blogs.nytimes.com 12 Jul '11, 12pm

A study that argues for more research into the safe disposal of chemical-laced wastewater resulting from natural gas drill...

High salt + low potassium = early death - U.S. ...

sg.news.yahoo.com 16 Jul '11, 2am

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Put down the salt shakers. Eating too much salt and too little potassium can increase the risk of deat...