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Toiletry chemicals linked to testicular cancer and male infertility cost EU millions, report says

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Nordic Council calls on EU to ban harmful compounds found in household products linked to testicular cancer, infertility and a raft of other diseases

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Action on improving poor water quality needs to come from government

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While water scarcity is a serious global issue, water quality concerns are equally grave. With 780 million people lacking access to clean water, government and business need to step up.

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Neonicotinoid ban hit UK farmers hard

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Bugs devour rapeseed crop in Britain as EU ban on pesticide to save bees comes into force

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Why banning dangerous chemicals is not enough

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To feed the world’s chemical addiction, production has had to grow rapidly over the last 40 years. Are companies doing enough to make products and processes safer?

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Will green chemistry save us from toxification?

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A swath of green chemistry initiatives could revolutionise the industry but just taking the toxic stuff out isn’t the answer, ingredients and design need to change

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The ozone layer is recovering – there’s hope for the environment yet

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A global treaty to eliminate harmful chemicals and protect the ozone layer has paid off. We need to take the same decisive action on fossil fuels . . . → Read More: The ozone layer is recovering – there’s hope for the environment yet

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Stopping climate meltdown needs the courage that saved the ozone layer

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Governments dither on the solution to global warming – but the Montreal protocol is a reminder of a time when they took their hands out of their pockets

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The great salty mess: pollution threatens US freshwater resources

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Wastewater from cities and agricultural runoff are contributing to an expensive salinity problem, and companies – especially when faced with new water purification bills – are taking notice

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Government scientists ‘warned against dumping’ in Great Barrier Reef park

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Scientists were opposed to dumping millions of tonnes of dredged sediment but they were overruled

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Fracking’s impact on wildlife remains unknown, study finds

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Lack of data on pollution and habitat loss makes it hard to gauge wider effect of shale gas development in North America

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