|by Diana Scott Despite heavy cancer rates and respiratory illness, California wants to build a third power plant in San Francisco's predominantly Black neighborhood of Bayview-Hunters Point
|by Jeff Elliott Environmentalists sue Navy, charging over 464,000 violations of federal clean water laws
|by Jane Hunter With Willie Brown's departure, Republican Assembly members introduce bills reflecting favorite topics of new majority
|by Stephen Dale Despite an outcry from Canadian politicians, British Columbia has concluded its first-ever treaty with a Native group
|by Jim Lobe Citing hundreds of studies, Institute calls pesticides a "potentially serious risk to public health," and demands stricter controls
|by Andrei Ivanov Co-author of Norwegian environmental group report on rusting nuclear fleet arrested, risks death penalty
|by Elaine Hopkins Research into treatment of multiple chemical sensitivity is stalled because of opposition by business interests
|by Bill Johnson Because of a typo, lawyers for self-proclaimed "prophet" who allegedly planned to bomb women's clinics ask for charges to be dismissed
|by Robert Saunders Relatively unknown antioxidant could have far-reaching consequences for diabetes, strokes, and cardiovascular disease
|by Pratap Chatterjee Although lands of Native people from Alaska to Chile are at risk from fossil fuel exploration, no consideration of these issues given
|by R.H. Bowers New simulations suggest that interactions may promote additional increases in the earth's temperature
|by Jeff Elliott Claiming that "everyone benefits from joint ventures," a new report calls for manufacturers to use more prison labor to keep costs low and stay competitive
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