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More Toxins in Clothes Than Previously Believed
Clothes contain much more toxic chemicals than previously known, according to a study by the Swedish Chemicals Agency.
November 23, 2014
TNT Contamination May Produce Carcinogenic Substances in Fish
TNT, leaking from old ammunition dumped in Swedish lakes, may deposit carcinogenic substances in fish, according to a ...
October 29, 2014
‘Thank You Tree’ Contributes to a Better Environment, and Fights Poverty
STOCKHOLM—A Swedish aid organization has developed a re-usable work of art, in order to replace the flower bouqets ...
October 16, 2014
A Forest Relieves Stress
STOCKHOLM, Sweden—Spending time in the forest makes us feel better and helps recovery from stress-related illness, according to ...
September 23, 2014
Anti-Anxiety Drug Reduces Mortality of Fish According to Swedish Study
Anxiolytics, a medication that inhibits anxiety, is meant for humans, but it can reduce the mortality of fish, ...
August 21, 2014
Swedish Savings Enlarge ‘Carbon Bubble’
STOCKHOLM—Swedes are responsible for 53 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions a year - through their savings. This ...
August 5, 2014
Boat Maintenance on Land Has Serious Environmental Consequences
STOCKHOLM—It's boating season in northern Europe but boat maintenance on land is a serious source of pollution, according ...
July 8, 2014
Pirate Fishing a Threat to the World’s Fisheries
Pirate fishing is a big threat that EJF together with several international restaurants is highlighting in a campaign.
July 11, 2013
The Threat of Pirate Fishing to the World’s Fisheries
Illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing—better known as pirate fishing—is one of the biggest threats to the worlds' fisheries. ...
July 5, 2013
New Diseases Harm Polar Bears as Climate Changes
The decrease in Arctic ice as a result of global warming has already taken its toll on polar ...
June 10, 2013
3 Billion at Risk When Cooking Meals
While cooking can be considered a safe practice in most of the Western world, it is a potentially ...
May 19, 2013
New Hope for Australia’s Koalas
Each year thousands of Australian koalas die as a result of disease—but now there is hope. A joint ...
Asia & Pacific
May 4, 2013
Bumpier Flights Ahead As Climate Changes
Jet streams intensified by global warming are expected to double the number of flights that hit turbulence. Injuries ...
April 24, 2013
Sandy-Like Hurricanes Could Hit Europe in Future
Climate change could cause a hurricane similar to Sandy to hit Western Europe by the end of this ...
April 17, 2013
African Farmers Struggle as Swedish Investment Pulled
An investment made by Swedish energy company Vattenfall in 2010, and suddenly withdrawn in 2012, has hit plantation ...
March 28, 2013
Anti-Scampi Day Draws Attention to Shrimp Industry Problems
Demand for scampi has increased sixfold in the West over the past decade. Ecosystems are devastated as massive ...
March 12, 2013
World’s Seas Must Go on ‘Pollution Diet,’ Says Biologist
Agricultural chemical runoff is creating masses of algae in many coastal regions worldwide, which in turn suck oxygen ...
March 7, 2013
Swedes Debate Meat Tax Proposal
Meat production contributes greatly to greenhouse gas emissions, especially as consumption levels rise. Swedes debate a meat tax ...
February 7, 2013
Governments Reluctant to Tackle Wildlife Trafficking, Says WWF
World Wildlife Fund calls for national and international laws that treat wildlife trafficking with more severity, similar to ...
January 24, 2013
Population of Old-Growth Trees Being Decimated
New research shows the global decimation of old-growth tree populations—a telling sign of the planet’s overall health, says ...
December 31, 2012
Swedish Lodge Models Accommodation After Bird Nests
Grano Beckasin Lodge offers accommodations in "bird nests," comfortable tree houses high above ground.
November 10, 2012
Sweden Grocery Delivery Success Spreads in Europe
A popular concept in Sweden that delivers the exact ingredients for dinner to people's home is now spreading ...
October 31, 2012
Iconic Moose Hit by Mysterious Virus in Sweden
The Swedish province of Blekinge has been the site of a curious and unexplained disease that has killed ...
September 7, 2012
Baltic Ports Focus on Sea Cleanup
The Baltic Sea is one of the world’s busiest waterways and also one of the most polluted.
July 12, 2012
US Sanctions Iran’s Central Bank Over Drone Strike on Saudi Oil Facilities
Taiwan Loses Second Ally In a Week After Beijing Showers Kiribati With Money
, Epoch Times
Trump Dismisses Controversy Surrounding ‘Highly Partisan’ Whistleblower Complaint
Trump: US Is Looking for Complete Trade Deal With China; Agricultural Purchases Not Enough
, Epoch Times
ICE Arrest Mexican Wanted for California Homicide 19 Years Ago
Trump Welcomes Australia’s Prime Minister, Cementing Strong Trade, Security Ties
US Lifts Tariffs on 400 Chinese Products, Trump Cites Trade Progress
Former Carrier of ‘Nuclear Football’: Whistleblower Broke ‘Circle of Trust’
Cuomo and Giuliani Clash in Heated Interview Over Trump Whistleblower Complaint
Isabel van Brugen
Pentagon: Border Wall Going Up at About 1 Mile Per Day, and Rising