The glow of city lights blotting out stars in the night sky has frustrated many a stargazer, but recent studies have shown that “light pollution”—defined as excess or obtrusive light at night—can actually have serious health effects, including a potential breast cancer link.
Renewable Energy Progress: Reasons to Hope Even on economics, solar and wind as competitive as any energy source
Contrary to what the current administration would have us believe, renewables are the most cost-effective, economically beneficial options for energy sourcing and infrastructure going forward.
Reconsider all those electronic sources of night light, for health’s sake.
The cases against Florida Power and Light (FP&L) brought by two families whose sons have rare cancers were dismissed without trial in January, nearly three years since filing (see “The Nuke Next Door,” Currents, May/June 2004). U.S. District Judge James Cohn, a Bush appointee known for denying paper voting receipts in Florida and for giving […]