Category: Environment

EPA Forced To Study Glyphosate, Finds Pesticide Could Injure Or Kill 93% Of Endangered Species

Center for Biological Diversity, Children’s Health Defense Waking Times The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a draft biological evaluation last week finding that glyphosate is likely to injure or kill 93% of the plants and animals protected under the Endangered Species Act. The long-anticipated…

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Air Pollution Spikes Linked to Lower Test Scores In Elementary Students

Fine particulate matter (PM2.5), the tiny particles responsible for hazy air pollution, are detrimental to children’s health even inside the classroom. Mounting evidence has linked chronic exposure with poor academic performance in K-12 students. Until now, no research had examined the impact of “peak” air…

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UN Climate Agency Slapped With Corruption Allegations

By Tyler Durden The Financial Times recently acquired a draft report by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) of audit and investigations, outlining how “fraud and corruption” have been linked to the multibillion-dollar Global Environment Facility (GEF). FT examined the draft report which described “financial misstatements”…

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Cellphones: So, What’s the Big Worry About a Bit of Precipitation or a Coffee Spill on Your Device, When We Don’t Bother to Actually Test For Safety? Because….

By Patricia Burke A recent post from Australians for Safe Technology asks: Did you know that children have thinner brains than adults? Did you know that children’s brains have a higher water content than adults? Is should be no surprise then that children absorb significantly…

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Possible Impact following Massive M-4.4 Solar Flare/Coronal Mass Ejection

By Cap Allon Yesterday (Nov. 29), Earth-orbiting satellites detected the biggest solar flare in more than 3 years. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the extreme-ultraviolet M-4.4 category blast, which was ejected off the eastern limb of the Sun: NOAA’s GOES X-Ray Flux confirmed the M-4.4 categorization:…

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Turning Heat into Power with Efficient Organic Thermoelectric Material

Thermoelectric materials can turn a temperature difference into electricity. Organic thermoelectric materials could be used to power wearable electronics or sensors; however, the power output is still very low. An international team led by Jan Anton Koster, Professor of Semiconductor Physics at the University of…

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Decision to Dump Radioactive Water from the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Site into the Ocean Sparks Alarm

By Nevin Thompson In mid-October, the Japanese government announced plans to dump water contaminated with radioactive isotopes from a nuclear disaster site in Fukushima, sparking alarm all over the world. Japanese news service Kyodo reported on October 16 that the Japanese government had announced that…

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Mountain Of Evidence Confirms Common Pesticide Hazardous To Children’s Health

By Stacy Malkan, Children’s Health Defense Waking Times Chlorpyrifos insecticides were introduced by Dow Chemical in 1965 and have been used widely in agricultural settings. Commonly known as the active ingredient in the brand names Dursban and Lorsban, chlorpyrifos is an organophosphate insecticide, acaricide and…

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