Category: Environment

Lawsuit Claims Monsanto Contaminated ‘All Segments’ of the San Francisco Bay

By Nick Hankoff Berkeley, CA — Monsanto and its ancillaries are facing another lawsuit over pollution caused by their manufactured chemicals. A 6-0 vote by the Berkeley City Council last week prompted an official complaint demanding the conglomerate pay for a cleanup of the PCB-compromised San Francisco Bay….

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Australia First to Receive Electricity Using Zero-emission Wave Energy Generators

By Vic Bishop Wave energy technology has finally proved its feasibility to provide renewable, clean energy on a mass scale. The Perth Wave Energy Project has demonstrated that the CETO 5 wave energy generators, developed by Carnegie Wave Energy Limited, are capable of using the movement…

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EPA Releases Study on Pesticides Killing Bees, Gets Sued Immediately by Beekeepers

By Claire Bernish A new study by the Environmental Protection Agency has found evidence through a study that backs what activists and environmentalists have asserted for years: one of the most widely used neonicotinoid pesticides can, indeed, cause declines in honeybee populations. But the agency’s…

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There’s A Way to Save Our Future. So Why Aren’t More People Talking About It?

By Deirdre Fulton Transitioning to organic regenerative agriculture practices ‘offers the best, and perhaps our only, hope for averting a global warming disaster.’ A critical tool in the fight against global warming is right below our feet. So where is this “shovel-ready solution” amid all the talk…

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Tesla’s New Gigafactory is Entirely “Off-Grid” and Powered by 100% Renewable Energy

By Justin Gardner Elon Musk, CEO and product architect of the company Tesla Motors, is an entrepreneur not only interested in making money, but also advancing solutions to humanity’s pressing problems. Musk is unabashed in his commitment to help transition our energy paradigm from toxic…

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99% of Costa Rica’s Electricity Came from Renewable Energy in 2015

By Jake Anderson Earlier this year, Anti-Media reported on Costa Rica’s efforts to become independent of fossil fuels and power itself entirely from renewable energy. The country’s plans included utilizing the region’s plentiful rainfall to power impressive new hydroelectric infrastructure. They also planned to use geothermal…

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