Pollution News week ending February 22nd 2015

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All the news items, snippets and blog posts that we got to read this week: From treehugger.com: When bus drivers strike, air pollution plummets London’s recent bus strike has shown just how much air pollution buses cause, giving us one more incentive to invest in 21st century transit. From abc30.com: Google map shows lead pollution […]

Pollution News week ending February 15th 2015

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All the snippets and blog posts that we got to read this week: From theguardian.com: Car makers face ‘real world’ emissions tests in EU pollution New regulations will force car-makers to measure pollution emissions in tests that more accurately reflect emissions from real-world driving. From thediplomat.com: China’s Hottest Tech Giants Join the ‘War on Pollution’ […]

Pollution News week ending February 8th 2015

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All the snippets and blog posts that caught out eye this week: From theguardian.com: Keep calm and carry on: Brits getting intolerant of noise Noisy neighbours, barking dogs and traffic now perceived as environmental problem on a level with air pollution, survey finds. From health.com: Mercury Air Pollution Reflected in Ocean Fish, Study Says Rising […]

Pollution News week ending Febuary 1st 2015

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All the news and blog posts we found ourselves reading this week: From washingtonpost.com: As Obama visits, what Delhi’s air pollution says about India and climate change The president and Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the two countries would work to battle pollution in India’s cities by implementing the Environmental Protection Agency’s international air quality […]

Pollution News week ending January 25th 2015

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All the blog posts and news items that caught our eye this week: From huffingtonpost.com: Farms Can Be Held Liable For Pollution From Manure A U.S. federal court has ruled for the first time that manure from livestock facilities can be regulated as solid waste, a decision hailed by environmentalists as opening the possibility of […]