Category: environment

Corporate Sociopaths Out of Northern Minnesota!

  By Gary G. Kohls, MD Polluting Foreign Copper Mining Corporations like Canada’s PolyMet [controlled by Switzerland’s Glencore] and Canada’s Twin Metals [controlled by Chile’s Antofagasta] Meet the Definition of Sociopathic Entities A photo of a massive Antofagasta open pit copper mine in Chile. The tiny black dots are the massive ore trucks (approximating the…

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Erin Brockovich Won’t Back Down on Mount Pleasant Water Contamination Statements

By Heather Callaghan, Editor It’s been 19 years and Erin Brockovich still rises up to get involved in the time following the 1990s Oscar-winning movie about her fight with PG&E for a community that became a cancer cluster due to corporate malfeasance. When she speaks up, the world listens. Corporations and regulatory boards – be they reckless or negligent – think…

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Japan About to Drop Radioactive Tritium Waste in Pacific Ocean

By Heather Callaghan, Editor We live in a post-Fukushima world and it’s about to get worse… Sometimes it’s easy to blot out from our minds that the March 2011 Fukushima catastrophe that occurred when a major tsunami flooded Tepco’s nuclear cooling reactors following an earthquake was the worst radioactive disaster since the Chernobyl meltdown of 1986. Similar to Chernobyl,…

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Antofagasta, Twin Metals, PolyMet and the Hidden Dangers of Modern High-Tech Copper Mining

By Gary G. Kohls, MD, guest to Natural Blaze Over the past two days, I revised a previous Duty to Warn column about copper mining titled “Corporate Sociopaths Out of Northern Minnesota” and then I also revised another column about the infamous British/Australian copper mining giant Rio Tinto that has devastated so much of the earth….

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Bayer Accidentally Funds Study Showing Its Pesticide is Killing Bees, Promptly Denies Conclusions

By Justin Gardner A large-scale study on neonicotinoid pesticides is adding to the growing body of evidence that these agricultural chemicals are indeed harming bee populations. Carried out at 33 sites in the United Kingdom, Germany and Hungary, the study found that exposure to neonicotinoids “left honeybee hives less likely to survive over winter, while…

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Fact or Fiction: Chemtrails Are Sprayed From Airplanes

By Catherine J. Frompovich Did you ever wonder about “chemtrails”? What are they; are they real or man-made; are they part of a global warming-carbon-dioxide-tax spoof; and what, if anything, we can do about it? For so long now, the media have been pontificating those white trails in the sky are ‘contrails’. How can that…

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Ireland Follows Germany, France and Bulgaria With Ban On Fracking – “We’ve Made History”

By Vic Bishop The global movement to ban hydraulic fracturing (fracking), a method of extracting petrochemicals from shale rock deposits underneath the ground, is gaining steam as Ireland has just announced a ban on onshore fracking. After passing the ban within the Irish parliament, The Petroleum and Other Minerals Development (Prohibition of Onshore Hydraulic Fracturing) Bill 2016 is now expected to be signed into…

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PEI Approval of Rollo Bay Facility Puts Wild Salmon at Risk, Groups Say

By Canadian Biotechnology Action Network Charlottetown, June 27, 2017: Today, local and national environmental groups expressed profound concern over a decision by the Government of Prince Edward Island to approve construction of the world’s first factory to grow genetically modified (GM, also called genetically engineered) fish. “GM salmon poses a major risk to wild salmon,…

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