Category: environment

Study: Dangerous Pesticide Found in 75 Percent of Global Honey

By Derrick Broze A new study has found traces of a controversial pesticide in 75 percent of the world’s honey. A new study published in the journal Science detected at least one variety of a harmful pesticide in 75 percent of honey around the world. The study, “A worldwide survey of neonicotinoids in honey,” examined…

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Fukushima Operator Allowed to Restart Nuclear Reactors

By Anti-Media Team The Japanese utility Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) has received approval to operate reactors for the first time since the 2011 Fukushima meltdown. On Wednesday, the Nuclear Regulation Authority said TEPCO’s two reactors in northern Japan met new and stricter safety standards. The authority unanimously approved the draft certificate for reactors number 6 and 7 at the…

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Despite Opposition, Scotland Announces Fracking Ban — Calls for US to Do the Same

By Julia Conley (COMMONDREAMS) — Environmental groups from around the world applauded Scotland on Tuesday for its decision to ban fracking, following an overwhelming public outcry against the practice—and called for the United States and the rest of the United Kingdom to follow suit. The Scottish government held a public comment period in recent months on fracking, attracting…

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Geostorm – Hollywood Parades Weaponized Weather And Geoengineering

By Buck Rogers It’s hard to tell sometimes if art is imitating life, or vice versa. Add to that the fact that we live in a world heavily manipulated by a massive deep state apparatus with unlimited funding to experiment with the weaponization of any and all technology, and you may find yourself wondering if the big screen…

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Flowers Are Weapons of Distraction With Nectar a Bargaining Chip

By Natural Blaze Nectar, the high-energy ‘honey’ produced by flowers, might be a brilliant distraction technique to help protect a flower’s reproductive parts, according to new research. Rather than merely providing a ‘come-on’ to bees and other insects to attract them to pollinate the flower, nectar could actually be playing a much more subtle and…

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In Florida it’s Illegal to Power Your Home with Solar Panels—Thanks to Lobbying

By Jay Syrmopoulos With roughly 1.5 million Floridians initially without electricity from the damage inflicted on Florida’s energy infrastructure, many in the Sunshine State are now questioning why it’s so difficult for people to utilize solar energy. The simple answer is that one of the major electrical suppliers in the state – Florida Power and…

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Deepwater Horizon Gulf Oil Spill And The Corexit Oil Dispersant Health Problems Confirmed

By Catherine J. Frompovich Back on April 20, 2010, a major environmental catastrophe occurred in the Gulf of Mexico when the Deepwater Horizon oil drilling rig exploded and 4.9 million barrels of crude spilled into the Gulf waters creating a problem that was not ‘fixed’ until July 10, 2010 when the rig finally was able…

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Residents Forced to Buy Bottled Water As Coca-Cola Sucks Water Wells Dry

By Matt Agorist A world addicted to the consumption of chemical beverages with negative nutritional value — responsible for filling hospital beds across Earth — is quickly realizing this habit comes with a price outside of currency and health problems. Water. The residents of San Felipe Ecatepec, an Indigenous town three miles outside of San Cristobal…

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