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Alaska Requests Superfund Status for Abandoned, Mercury-Oozing Red Devil Mine
Alaska officials are asking the U.S...
Mercury Poisoning Five Decades Later for Grassy Narrows and White Dog First Nations
It has been nearly five decades, but the people of Grassy Narrows First Nation in Ontario are still plagued by mercury poisoning despite numerous remediation measures and cleanup p...
Coal Power Plants and Mercury on the Navajo Nation
Navajo and other Native people who live beneath the massive grid that carries power from the Colorado Plateau to distant cities have long criticized its creation of bad water and p...
EPA Poised to Issue Industrial-emissions Rules
Coal-plant mercury emissions will soon be regulated, good news for the tens of thousands of American Indians whose lives have been poisoned by mercury and other contaminants...
AFN Demands Answers in Grassy Narrows Mercury Poisoning
Gale Courey Toensing
The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) is calling on the Canadian government and the Ontario provincial government to hold a national inquiry into the historic and continuing mercury ...
Mining Is Main Source of SF Bay Mercury
Human activity injects 2,000 tons of mercury into the global environment annually, according to the University of Michigan...
Egg Mercury Levels Tied to Ice Cover
Mercury isotopes in the flora and fauna of the Arctic may be linked to the amount of ice cover present, a team of scientists from the National Institute of Standards and Technology...
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