Category: environment

Not Just Standing Rock: Protesters Just Arrested for Blocking Pipeline in Florida

By Carey Wedler As protesters at the site of the Dakota Access Pipeline make their last stand against police crackdowns ordered by North Dakota’s governor to evacuate their campsites, protesters in Florida are also continuing their fight against another contentious pipeline. Two protesters, Nicolas Segal-Wright, 26, and Karrie Kay Ford, 29, were arrested Wednesday after…

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Boeing Used Potatoes Instead of People To Test Its Wi-Fi

By Catherine J. Frompovich Here’s one for the record books, that’s Ripley’s Believe It Or Not edition, if it’s still in print. According to a December 2012 BBC news report, “Boeing uses potatoes instead of people to test wi-fi.” I wonder what those potatoes in sacks had to say about how their brains reacted. Oh,…

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Farmer Studies Law for 16 Years – Wins Case Against Firm for Polluting His Land

By Vandita The Angangxi District Court of Qiqihar has finally ruled that the 55 affected families in Yushutun village would receive financial compensation amounting to ¥820,000 (£96,000 or 119,352 US Dollars) from the Qihua Group. Wang Enlin, a farmer who had dropped out of primary school at the third grade, has won the first round of…

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Intentional Efforts to Cause Global Warming and Glacier Melting Indication Is Scientifically Found

By Catherine J Frompovich Is global warming real?  Or, is it a man-made myth?  What are your thoughts about the abnormal weather patterns the USA has been experiencing over the past several years?  Do you think science is capable of monkeying around with the weather to cause droughts and floods?  Well, one analytical geoscientist, J…

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‘This Is the #NoDAPL Last Stand’: Tribe to Sue as Actions Planned Nationwide

By Deirdre Fulton ‘We are a sovereign nation and we will fight to protect our water and sacred places from the brazen private interests trying to push this pipeline through,’ says Standing Rock Sioux tribe With construction set to start as soon as this week, Indigenous people and allies are calling for a day of action…

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Asia’s First-Ever Vertical Forest Will Produce 132 Pounds Of Oxygen Each Day

By Amanda Froelich The two towers will clean the air of Nanjing, China, with 1,100 trees and 2,500 shrubs and plants. When Stefano Boeri Architetti presented the idea of installing a vertical forest in Milan, people were beyond thrilled with the idea. Following the success of that introduction, the architecture firm now seeks to construct…

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Sweden Runs Out of Garbage, Imports from Other Countries for Carbon-Neutral Energy

By Amando Flavio Many countries in the world are struggling to deal with the garbage they generate. Especially in the developing world, it is common to find landfills full of garbage. These countries are unable to recycle their waste or use it for any useful thing. The garbage sits in the landfills and turns back to…

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Carnegie Wants to Spray Our Skies: “Climate Geoengineering Governance Initiative” Launched

By Cassius Kamarampi (Era of Wisdom) Since we’ve been sprayed in this decade, and since we’ve been unwilling subjects of other chemical and biological warfare experiments as Americans and other people from the 1950’s until now, it has become relevant to understand the exact individuals and entities responsible for geoengineering. Recently, the US government, Carnegie Institutions,…

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The PolyMet Project and the Lethal Risks to the St Louis River Watershed and Lake Superior

By Gary G. Kohls, MD, guest to Natural Blaze It’s an Acceptable Risk for Foreign Investors to Take, but What About Us? “ALL tailings “ponds” are a problem. If they don’t breach and spill massive amounts of toxic sludge into the environment like at Mount Polley, they leach that contamination slowly, poisoning the waters and…

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