Sometime in the next month, the Antarctic ozone hole is likely to start reappearing -- and making headlines.
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A decades-old controversy continues to hound the issue of fluoridated drinking water, which is consumed by a little over half of the US population.Topics on the Beat:
Atrazine, one of the most commonly used pesticides on crops ranging from corn to trees, may not be as dangerous to humans as previously thought.
In 2000, 753 trains carrying hazardous substances had an accident and 35 released some of those hazardous substances to the environment.Topics on the Beat:
Acid mine drainage from abandoned coal mines is the biggest water-quality problem in the Appalachian states.Topics on the Beat:Region:
EPA will deliver to President Bush its recommendations for streamlining air pollution regulations for utility power plants and other energy-related facilities.Topics on the Beat:
On Aug. 13, 2001, President Bush and Interior Sec. Norton endorsed a 10-year fire plan proposed by the Western Governors Assoc. that would grant Western states and localities more discretion in preventing and fighting wildfires.Topics on the Beat:
A rainstorm can do far worse than dampen your mood.Topics on the Beat:
In this issue: The politics of polar bears; Photographers "rave" about conservation...for the complete hotlinked table of contents, click on the journal cover.SEJ Publication Types:
In this issue: Developing credibility is key in local nuclear-plant coverage; Web publication uses data to tell complex air-toxics story...for the complete hotlinked table of contents, click on the journal cover.SEJ Publication Types: