Environment

US House Committee Launches Investigation Into EPA Glyphosate Cover Up

By: Sustainable Pulse | The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology has launched an investigation into the ‘mistaken’ release of a draft report by the U.S. EPA on the World’s most used herbicide, glyphosate. The EPA ‘mistakenly’ published a draft report online on April 29 by the Cancer Assessment Review Committee (CARC). The ...Read More »

40 Volcanoes Are Erupting Right Now As The Crust Of The Earth Becomes Increasingly Unstable

Have you noticed that our planet has begun to shake, rattle and roll?  Over the past few days we have seen major volcanic eruptions in Costa Rica and Indonesia, and according to Volcano Discovery 40 volcanoes around the planet are erupting right now as you read this article.  Meanwhile, earthquakes continue to shake the globe ...Read More »

Major Eruption Imminent? Earthquake Swarms Reported At Mt. Hood, Mt. Rainier And Mt. St. Helens

Is an eruption of one or more of the major volcanoes in the northwest United States imminent?  In recent days, very large earthquake swarms have been reported at Mt. Hood, Mt. Rainier and Mt. St. Helens.  It is certainly not unusual for each of these volcanoes to experience earthquake swarms from time to time, but ...Read More »

Kids On The Front Line

If you’re a parent—even if you don’t live in a rural area—you’ll want to read this report from Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA). According to the report, each year, more than 680 million pounds of pesticides are applied to agricultural fields across the country. This 2007 figure—the most recent government estimates available—climbs to more ...Read More »

Fracking Wastewater Is Cancer-Causing, New Study Confirms

The fracking industry likes to call its product “natural gas,” but the natural consequence of its activity is the production of billions of gallons of cancer-causing wastewater. A new study published in Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology titled, “Malignant human cell transformation of Marcellus Shale gas drilling flow back water,” is the first study of its ...Read More »

All Of A Sudden, Fish Are Dying By The MILLIONS All Over The Planet

Why are millions upon millions of dead sea creatures suddenly washing up on beaches all over the world?  It is certainly not unusual for fish and other inhabitants of our oceans to die.  This happens all the time.  But over the past month we have seen a series of extremely alarming mass death incidents all ...Read More »

Scientists Explain Why It Is Inevitable That America Will Be Hit By Absolutely Monstrous Earthquakes

Have you noticed that the crust of the Earth is starting to become a lot more unstable?  Over the past couple of months, major earthquakes have shaken areas all over the planet and major volcanoes have been erupting with a frequency that is more than just a little bit startling.  Here in the United States, ...Read More »

Is This The 4th Recent Nuclear Disaster To Strike The U.S.? (VIDEO)

By: Brandon Turbeville | Is there any nuclear site in the United States that is not currently collapsing, leaking or otherwise posing a major health or environmental risk? Certainly there are, but that number is becoming smaller and smaller. In addition to three other nuclear disasters unfolding across the country, a fourth has now arisen. This ...Read More »

7 Incredibly Useful Houseplants That Make Your Home’s Air Clean And Fresh

How clean and pleasant is the air in your house? NASA had this question when they were looking to purify the air in their spacecrafts for astronauts who were going to be living in space for long periods of time. They discovered that there are certain houseplants that work even better than in keeping air clean ...Read More »

Under The Influence (VIDEO)

The next time you think about relaxing with a glass of wine, you may want to pay close attention to where that wine came from. Moms Across America teamed up with Microbe Inotech Labs in St. Louis, Mo., to test 10 California wines for glyphosate. All 10, from California’s prime growing regions—Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino ...Read More »

12 Toxins In Your Drinking Water

Water quality is a subject that’s been big news lately. Residents of Flint, Michigan are suffering from toxic levels of lead in their water due to incompetent governance. Unfortunately, water quality issues are not a recent development. Industrial dumping, pesticide runoff, leaky storage tanks, and government mandates have created big problems. Let’s take a look ...Read More »

To The EPA: Stop The Madness!

EPA’s Odd Handling of Controversial Chemical h/t: Organic Consumers Association Every 15 years, pesticides come up for review by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Last year, 2015, was the year the EPA was supposed to review and either renew, or reject, glyphosate. We’re still waiting. Meanwhile, glyphosate, the key ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup, was ...Read More »

Are Flame Retardants Putting Our Health At Risk?

Chemical flame retardants have made their way into a long list of household objects. This was intended to help save lives, which it has, but a string of studies published over the past few decades have shown flame retardants may not be without health risks. There has been growing concern about the long term side-effects ...Read More »

Secrets Of The TTIP Negotiations Revealed

(The Real Agenda News) Negotiations ignore the recent Paris agreement to reduce CO2 emissions and label high regulations on pesticides and GMOs as “barriers to trade”. Our suspicions have come true. United States is pressing European negotiators to significantly reduce regulation levels in some of the thorniest issues of the trade agreement known as the TTIP. ...Read More »

Revisiting Chernobyl

  April 26 marked the 30th anniversary of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. An explosion and fire spread huge amounts of cancer-causing radiation over a vast area – a disaster exceeded only by Japan’s Fukushima nuclear meltdown. Nuclear expert Helen Caldicott called it “by orders of magnitude many times worse than Chernobyl.” The effects of both ...Read More »

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