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A stronger and self-reliant European industry through new inputs, innovation

By Anne Damiani

Participants at a virtual conference called “Re-starting the EU economy - How can industry contribute to a resilient and sustainable industry?" agreed on one point: the key is to  keep the market open, but with new inputs.

E.P.A. Won’t Regulate Toxic Compound Linked to Fetal Brain Damage

By Lisa Friedman and Coral Davenport

The move was widely expected after The New York Times reported last month that the agency’s administrator had decided to effectively defy a court order.

E.P.A. Won’t Regulate Toxic Compound Linked to Fetal Brain Damage

By Lisa Friedman and Coral Davenport

The move was widely expected after The New York Times reported last month that the agency’s administrator had decided to effectively defy a court order.

How Line-Dried Laundry Gets That Fresh Smell

By Cara Giaimo

This is what happens when atmospheric chemists hang towels on drying racks around their chemistry building.

Dam Failure Threatens a Dow Chemical Complex and Superfund Cleanup

By Hiroko Tabuchi

Floodwaters surged toward Midland, Mich., and one of the nation’s most extensive toxic cleanup sites, raising concerns of a wider environmental fallout from the dam disaster.

E.P.A. Weakens Controls on Mercury

By Lisa Friedman and Coral Davenport

The agency is changing the way it calculates the benefits of mercury controls, a move that would effectively loosen the rules on other toxic pollutants.

As Himalayas Warm, Nepal’s Climate Migrants Struggle to Survive

By Bhadra Sharma, Kai Schultz and Rebecca Conway

Pushed out of their village by a drought and lack of food, a group of Nepalis are fighting to amplify the voices of those forced to relocate by the planet’s warming.

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