April 1, 2006 (Vol. 26, No. 7)


Strong Points: Excellent news sources
Weak Points: None

I’m depressed. Headlines on the Environmental Health News site read, “Climate at Record Extremes,“ “EPA Seeks to Cut Toxics Reporting,“ “The Race Against Climate Change,“ and “Rush to Develop Canada’s Oil Sands“. What is the world coming to? Well, from an environmental and health perspective, you’ll probably find the Environmental Health News site has their finger on these pulses. Looking much like a newspaper on its opening page, the site teases with headlines and then, links to longer stories/papers and or related stories and papers. The end result is a LOT of information packed onto a single page and a surprising amount of important info behind it. Kudos to the designer.

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