EPA acts to limit an “imminent” health threat
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Circle of Blue's senior editor and chief correspondent based in Traverse City, Michigan. He has reported on the contest for energy, food, and water in the era of climate change from six continents. Contact
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Tiny Pelican Township gets dragged into national campaign to upend local zoning rules.
Four families, 12 cancer cases, 7 deaths.
Formal fertilizer recommendations encourage producers to pour on more.
Ineffective voluntary pollution prevention practices are set aside for mandatory regulation.
Lawmakers silence Chris Jones, a prominent University of Iowa water quality
But more heavily fertilized corn and more manure for methane raises worries about water pollution.
But skeptics assert change in practices could increase risk to water and health.
Billions in clean energy incentives rely on raw materials from polluting corn and livestock.
Keith SchneiderCircle of Blue’s senior editor and chief correspondent based in Traverse City, Michigan. He has reported on the contest for energy, food, and water in the era of climate change from six continents. Contact Keith Schneider http:/Circleofblue.org/about/staff/Keith
Toxic manure discharges from large livestock operations is major source of water pollution.
They are expensive, in many cases experimental, and take a long time to work.