Portland has spent more than $1 billion cleaning up PCB pollution in the Willamette River, and now it wants the agrochemical giant it deems responsible for the contamination to pay for the damages.
If you supported protests of the Dakota Access Pipeline, you’ll want to support the fight against the Mountain Valley Pipeline in West Virginia. Read this and get involved NOW!
If you want some hope that despite Trumps election, some countries are still getting greener, look north to Canada. They just banned a dangerous pesticide, despite big industry and strong lobbying.
Could washing your clothes be dangerous for the environment? A new study says, “Yes!”
Air knows no boundaries. Air pollution problems affect us ALL. Read this and find out just how bad the air quality is in one part of the world.
Think the worlds air pollution problem isn’t that bad? Read this and be informed.
Did you know many household products you use contain cancer-causing chemicals? Here are ten such products along with healthy alternatives.
Fukushima is the most important ecological crisis in the world, yet there is nary a mention of it in the corporate media, and no political body in the world is championing its resolution.
This video explores an astoundingly long history of U.S. government experiments on citizens with biological warfare agents and chemicals…
Throughout the United States, the current design of wireless “smart” meters have injured thousands of people, caused countless fires and introduced a level of surveillance and hacking risk that our society has never experienced.
The Monsanto Tribunal is an international civil society initiative to hold Monsanto accountable for human rights violations, for crimes against humanity, and for ecocide. Vandana Shiva: “Alongside the Tribunal, People’s Assemblies are being self organized by local communities everywhere.”
Magnetic particles that enter your brain are more prevalent in bigger cities, and may be linked to Alzheimer’s disease.
Do you know which types of plastic to avoid? Find out now.
The battle to save the wilderness is more than a battle to save the planet. It is also a battle to save the essence of who and what we are.