Category: environment

What’s Happening To Trees—The Planet’s “Lungs”?

By Catherine J. Frompovich Tropical rainforests, in particular, often are called the “lungs of the planet” because they take in carbon dioxide—the consensus establishment’s supposed culprit causing climate change. Trees breathe out oxygen, their natural symbiotic relationship with humans. Shouldn’t we plant more trees? Where…

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Japan Plans to Dump a Million Tons of Radioactive Fukushima Water Into Ocean

by Jake Johnson In a move that has sparked outrage from local residents and dire health warnings from environmentalists, the Japanese government is reportedly planning to release 1.09 million tons of water from the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean despite evidence that it contains “radioactive material well…

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Great Lakes Pipeline Dispute Highlights a Broader Energy Dilemma

By Douglas Bessette Gov. Rick Snyder and Enbridge, a Canadian company, have reached an agreement over a leak-prone pipeline that runs beneath the Straits of Mackinac, the four-mile-long waterway that divides Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Rather than shut the 65-year-old pipeline down altogether, as environmentalists are demanding,…

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CAFOs in North Carolina and Copper Mines in Minnesota: Photo Gallery of When Govt and Corporations Go Rogue

By Gary G. Kohls, MD, guest to Natural Blaze A Photo Gallery of What Happens When State Governing Bodies Allow Foreign or Out-of-State Corporations to Build Dangerous, Environment- and Water-(polluting) Businesses in Water-rich Environments CAFOs (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations) are designed to economically grow meat-, milk- or…

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NASA Space Images Show Dark Polluted Water Spilling From Carolina Rivers Into Ocean

  Special Report By Brandon Turbeville, Natural Blaze Satellite imagery has discovered Carolina rivers so polluted their streams appear dark from outer space. These streams, unfortunately, are not only polluting and damaging water quality throughout the Carolina’s but also pouring into the ocean. As Abbie Bennett of the…

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Monsanto-Bayer: Eliminating the Name Will Not Erase the History

By Ruchi Shroff Cancelling out Monsanto’s name and keeping only that of Bayer, does not mean forgetting the wrongoings of a company which, according to the verdict of the Monsanto Tribunal of The Hague, is stained with crimes of ecocide. With Bayer’s official takeover of  Monsanto, the giant multinational also inherits its liabilities….

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Injecting wastewater underground can cause earthquakes up to 10 kilometers away

Emily Brodsky, University of California, Santa Cruz Earthquakes in the central and eastern United States have increased dramatically in the last decade as a result of human activities. Enhanced oil recovery techniques, including dewatering and hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, have made accessible large quantities of…

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The plastic waste crisis is an opportunity for the US to get serious about recycling at home

Kate O’Neill, University of California, Berkeley A global plastic waste crisis is building, with major implications for health and the environment. Under its so-called “National Sword” policy, China has sharply reduced imports of foreign scrap materials. As a result, piles of plastic waste are building…

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