Category: environment

Iceland Drilling World’s Deepest Geothermal Well in Race for Renewable Energy

By Vic Bishop At a time when the fossil fuel industry dominates the world, and as we wait to see what the fallout will be from Fukushima and other nuclear plants that continue to age and contaminate surrounding areas, we need now, more than ever, a pioneering effort to develop clean, renewable sources of energy….

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Is Geoengineering the Cause of High Levels of Aluminum in Bumblebees?

By Kristan T. Harris Recent University Study Shows High Levels of Aluminum in Bumblebees Maybe the Cause of Decline in Population A recent study published on the journal Public Library of Science One, links aluminum as a contributing factor to the decline of bumblebees. There has been much debate on what is causing the rapid loss of the insect species, from…

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10 Species You Didn’t Know Were Driven to Extinction by Humans

By number23 Our species’ devastating impact on the planet is undeniable; the extinction rate of the Earth’s species is one of the most defining examples that support this fact. In the last 40 years, around 50 percent of the Earth’s species have been lost as a result of habitat loss and unsustainable hunting, according to a…

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‘Bombshell Revelations’ Point to Ongoing Poisoning of Grassy Narrows People

By Lauren McCauley Environmental volunteers and The Toronto Star uncover mercury contaminated soil around shuttered plant, amounting to ‘more than enough of a smoking gun to require a full investigation’ An investigation by environmental volunteers and The Toronto Star has uncovered the “bombshell revelation” that soil surrounding an old paper mill is contaminated with mercury, amounting…

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EPA Acknowledges Neonics’ Harm to Bees, Then ‘Bows to Pesticide Industry’

By Andrea Germanos ‘This is like a doctor diagnosing your illness but then deciding to withhold the medicine you need to cure it’ The Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday published two bee-related announcements, but with both, say environmental groups, the agency has failed the pollinators. One was its “Policy to Mitigate the Acute Risk to Bees…

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Who Is Spraying Us? Raytheon, MITRE Corporation, MIT are Prime Suspects: Peter Kirby

By Cassius Kamarampi (Era of Wisdom) Peter A. Kirby is a researcher and author from San Rafael, California, author of “Chemtrails Exposed: A New Manhattan Project.” In this interview with Era of Wisdom, Peter breaks down his extensive research on the history of weather modification (geoengineering), thoroughly documented in his book yet kept from the public,…

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Does America Have a Glaring Biological Warfare Vulnerability?

Op-Ed by Tim Tucker The threat is biological warfare against the US and EXACTLY that issue has appeared in recent media reports. By that, I mean that the US has a delivery system for biological weapons against itself. In other words, the capability to commit a massive biological false flag attack. For some background, take a…

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Here’s Why Portland, Oregon Just Filed a Major Federal Lawsuit Against Monsanto

By Jake Anderson Becoming the seventh city to sue Monsanto over contaminated waterways, Portland passed a resolution last week authorizing city attorney Tracy Reeve to take the biotech company to federal court over its decades-long dispersal of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs). The city has spent more than $1 billion cleaning up PCB pollution in the Willamette…

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New Study Links Neonicotinoid Pesticide To Negative Social Behavior In Bees

By Jason Erickson The plight of the pollinator continues to be documented in an increasing number of studies that have linked neonicotinoid pesticides to a range of negative effects upon bees and their colonies. Neonicotinoids have been implicated in tens of millions of bees instantly dropping dead at a single honey farm after nearby spraying…

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