Environmental Hazards

Environmental Hazards

Family Wins Fracking Suit in Legal Blow to Industry

Posted by on April 23, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards with 0 Comments
Family Wins Fracking Suit in Legal Blow to Industry

n what is being called a legal blow to the fracking industry, on Tuesday a Texas family was awarded $3 million in the first ever verdict to be handed down over the negative health impacts of fracking. Bob and Lisa Parr of Wise County sued Aruba Petroleum in 2011 for shale gas drilling operations which their lawyers said “fouled the family’s 40-acre ranch property, their home and quality of life,” by sickening both them and their daughter Emma, as well as their pets and livestock.

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MUST SEE: Geoengineering, Persistent Jet Contrails (Chemtrails), and Existing Climate Modification Programs Discussed At United Nations

Posted by on April 20, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards with 3 Comments
MUST SEE: Geoengineering, Persistent Jet Contrails (Chemtrails), and Existing Climate Modification Programs Discussed At United Nations

Former USDA inspector, Rosalind Peterson delivers a presentation at the United Nations forum on Global Warming about the negative impact on the environment of existing climate modification programs (geoengineering) and persistent jet contrails (chemtrails). Note that although this presentation was made in 2007, it is still very relevant in 2014.

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Italian Senator Calls for Declassification of Chemtrail Documents

Posted by on April 15, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards with 1 Comment
Italian Senator Calls for Declassification of Chemtrail Documents

Senator Domenico Scilipoti wants chemtrail or weaponized weather documents to be declassified becuae through Vittorio Prodi, the USA signed a bilateral agreement on climate research. In 2003, former Minister Martino authorized the USAF to fly over Italian airspace. The Senator of the ‘Forza Italia’ party is now hoping to expose State Secrecy on chemtrails – the same ones we are still denying exist.

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Citizen Solution for Saving the Bees – You Can Help

Citizen Solution for Saving the Bees – You Can Help

Can citizens, rather than governments or corporations, solve the vanishing bee problem by making it easy to keep bees? Join the OSBH team to find out!

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The Magic of Pollination: Stunning Time-Lapse Photography

Posted by on March 27, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards, Nature, Wildlife with 0 Comments
The Magic of Pollination: Stunning Time-Lapse Photography

Honeybees are vanishing. Reignite your passion to save them by watching this stunning high-speed clip of the world of pollen and pollinators from Wings of Life.

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Mass Scallop Die Off a ‘Red Flag’ for the World’s Oceans

Posted by on March 17, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards, Wildlife with 0 Comments
Mass Scallop Die Off a ‘Red Flag’ for the World’s Oceans

An increase of acidity in the Pacific Ocean is quickly killing off one of the world’s most beloved shellfish, the scallop, according to a report by the British Columbia Shellfish Grower’s Association.

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Ohio Halts Fracking After Series Of Earthquakes

Posted by on March 13, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards with 0 Comments
Ohio Halts Fracking After Series Of Earthquakes

A string of small earthquakes in Mahoning County, Ohio this week triggered the Ohio State Department of Natural Resources to order a halt on fracking operations near the tremor site. Hilcorp Energy, which is producing oil and natural gas out of the Utica Shale, is the only company with fracking operations near the epicenter. Although, the boom in oil and gas drilling central and southern U.S. has been tied to an increase in the number of earthquakes in the region, RT’s Perianne Boring reporters there is little evidence to show that hydraulic fracturing is actually the cause.

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Fracking in Public Forests Leaves Long Trail of Damages, Struggling State Regulators

Posted by on March 11, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards with 0 Comments
Fracking in Public Forests Leaves Long Trail of Damages, Struggling State Regulators

Last Wednesday, the Washington D.C. city council passed a resolution opposing fracking in the George Washington National Forest, making the nation’s capitol the third major U.S. city, after Los Angeles and Dallas, to decry the hazards of shale drilling in recent days. The D.C. council’s resolution called on the U.S. Forest Service to prohibit horizontal hydraulic fracturing in the forest’s headwaters of the Potomac River, the sole source of water for the nation’s capital, citing the risks of pollution and the costs of monitoring for contamination.

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Study: Pesticide Ingredients Far More Dangerous than Reported

Posted by on March 10, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards with 1 Comment
Study: Pesticide Ingredients Far More Dangerous than Reported

As a new study to be found in BioMed Research International points out, pesticides are far more toxic than their makers and regulators would have us believe. The research indicates some of the ingredients within these poisons actually amplify the toxicity of the individual ingredients.

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Is Your Dentist Polluting Public Water with Mercury Waste?

Posted by on February 24, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards with 0 Comments
Is Your Dentist Polluting Public Water with Mercury Waste?

Dentist offices still pollute public wastewater with mercury, highly toxic to the brain and nervous system. Hold the EPA to their 2010 promise to require dentists who use dental amalgam to install amalgam separators. Sign the petition telling the EPA to stop letting dental office polluters off the hook. 21st century dentistry is mercury-free.

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Request for an Investigation of Documented Weather Modification

Posted by on February 17, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards with 0 Comments
Request for an Investigation of Documented Weather Modification

The scope of these stratospheric aerosol geoengineering projects needs to be understood by the public because, despite their far-reaching goals, they are being implemented “under the radar,” all over the world, even as their well-paid proponents admit these programs could create a global ice age or alter global rainfall patterns and affect the food supply for billions of people.

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Environmentalists’ Valentine Day Wish to Home Depot and Lowes: Stop Selling Bee-Harming Plants

Posted by on February 14, 2014 in Environmental Hazards, Wildlife with 0 Comments
Environmentalists’ Valentine Day Wish to Home Depot and Lowes: Stop Selling Bee-Harming Plants

More Than a Half Million People Demand Home Depot and Lowe’s Stop Selling Bee-Killing Pesticides. Dennis van Engelsdorp: “Why are we using these highly toxic chemicals on plants that have no human health risk or pose no food safety risk? Why are we marketing products that are so toxic to insects for purely ornamental use?”

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Coming Up on CLN Radio: Geoengineering, One Mind, The Bond and More!

Coming Up on CLN Radio: Geoengineering, One Mind, The Bond and More!

Programming Note: Our normally scheduled interview for Wednesday, February 12th will air on Monday, February 17th due to travel and interviews on-location at the Conscious Life Expo in Los Angeles. Alexis Brooks recently sat down with Dane Wigington, George Barnes and Dr. Doug Levine to discuss the implications of Geoengineering and what we can all do […]

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The 14,000 Oil Spills Nobody is Talking About – Abby Martin

Posted by on February 11, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards with 0 Comments
The 14,000 Oil Spills Nobody is Talking About – Abby Martin

Abby Martin goes over updates to the chemical spill in West Virginia and the coal-ash spill in North Carolina, exposing the human and environmental impact as well as the lack of accountability that accompanies tens of thousands of similar ecological catastrophes that occur in the US every year due to the US’ addiction to fossil fuel

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Fracking is Depleting Water Supplies in America’s Driest Areas, Report Shows

Posted by on February 5, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards with 1 Comment
Fracking is Depleting Water Supplies in America’s Driest Areas, Report Shows

From Texas to California, drilling for oil and gas is using billions of gallons of water in the country’s most drought-prone areas

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