User: flenvcenter Topic: Sustainability-Regional
Category: Environmental Justice :: Impacts
Last updated: Nov 20 2017 13:42 IST RSS 2.0
 
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New Delhi’s polluted air doesn’t deter distance runners 20.11.2017 Denver Post: National News Headlines
People breathing New Delhi's acrid air for the past month have suffered burning eyes and rasping throats, so the notion of thousands of distance runners gulping down lungful after lungful may have seemed strange. But even as the polluted air threatens health, India seems to be embracing physical fitness.
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New details emerge in 11-month-old Colorado boy’s death linked to marijuana 18.11.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
One of the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center doctors who wrote a case study linking marijuana to a fatal heart condition in an 11-month-old Colorado boy says he is surprised at the controversy surrounding the report.
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New details emerge in 11-month-old Colorado boy’s death linked to marijuana 18.11.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
One of the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center doctors who wrote a case study linking marijuana to a fatal heart condition in an 11-month-old Colorado boy says he is surprised at the controversy surrounding the report.
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New Delhi’s “gas chamber” smog is so bad that United Airlines has stopped flying there 12.11.2017 Denver Post: Business
Citing toxic smog that one official said has turned India's capital city into a "gas chamber," United Airlines has canceled flights to New Delhi until the air gets better.
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PHOTOS: The day in pictures — November 9, 2017 10.11.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
A selection of today’s photos from around the world Thursday, November 9, 2017.
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Growing homeless camps contrast with West Coast tech wealth 7.11.2017 Denver Post: National News Headlines
In a park in the middle of a leafy, bohemian neighborhood where homes list for close to $1 million, a tractor's massive claw scooped up the refuse of the homeless - mattresses, tents, wooden frames, a wicker chair, an outdoor propane heater. Workers in masks and steel-shanked boots plucked used needles and mounds of waste from the underbrush.
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Calls for cancellation of Delhi Half Marathon shortsighted 4.11.2017 Sport Others – The Indian Express
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Ask Amy: Toxic drunk pauses in the beer aisle 30.10.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
My fiance is a toxic drunk. The last time he drank, he became verbally, emotionally and very nearly physically abusive toward me.
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In the shadows of Refinery Row, a parable of redevelopment and race 29.10.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
As industry ensnared Corpus Christi's minority Hillcrest neighborhood, its residents fought just to choose between impossible options.
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Light pollution is stealing your view of the stars. National parks want to give it back 29.10.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
The Great Sand Dunes and other national parks are trying to set themselves up as preserves of darkness by obtaining official "dark-sky" designations. But should federal parks be the last place you can see the celestial neighborhood?
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Opioid epidemic shares chilling similarities with the past 29.10.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
While declaring the opioid crisis a national public health emergency Thursday, President Donald Trump said: "Nobody has seen anything like what's going on now."
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A shocking overdose photo exposed this Indiana mother’s addiction — and may have saved her life 28.10.2017 Denver Post: National News Headlines
Erika Hurt had become the face of drug addiction.
Are Boulder’s housing policies accidentally racist? 27.10.2017 Denver Post: Opinion
Between 2010 and 2016 Boulder's black population of Boulder dropped by 30 percent. Gotta love progressive policies that victimize the very people progressives seek to help.
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Judge keeps alive fire district’s lawsuit against Parker urban renewal authority 27.10.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
South Metro Fire says it stands to lose out on $16 million if Parker keeps collecting taxes the way it does. Now a court will decide if the Parker Authority for Reinvestment is keeping money it is not due.
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Trump declares opioids a public health emergency 27.10.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
President Donald Trump on Thursday declared the opioid crisis a nationwide public health emergency -- a step that won't bring new dollars to fight a scourge that kills nearly 100 Americans a day but will expand access to medical services in rural areas, among other changes.
As Trump prepares to declare opioid emergency, victims of crisis want action more than words 26.10.2017 Denver Post: All Political News
President Donald Trump promised during the campaign to aggressively take on the opioid crisis, but his efforts to address the public health epidemic since taking office have been more show than substance.
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Pollution kills 9 million people each year, new study finds 20.10.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
Pollution around the globe now contributes to an estimated 9 million deaths annually - or roughly one in six - according to an in-depth new study published Thursday in the Lancet.
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‘This Diwali, air quality to be better than last year’ 18.10.2017 Pune – The Indian Express
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Denver’s proposed 16th Street Mall smoking ban a means to discriminate, homeless advocates say 12.10.2017 Denver Post: All Political News
A proposed smoking/vaping ban for the 16th Street Mall isn't about public health, opponents allege, it's about creating another means to push homeless and impoverished people out of Denver's public spaces.
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Legalization opponent Kevin Sabet takes on Colorado at anti-marijuana event 7.10.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
Marijuana has become a religion led by the false prophet money, Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM) president Kevin Sabet told a symposium at Colorado Christian University.
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