Good Day, this is "Your Radiation This Week." These are the Top Recorded Radiation Highs that affected people for the last week around the United States.
Two citizen scientists who lead a non-profit food and water laboratory in central Texas have teamed up to prevent children across America from being poisoned with lead in municipal water supplies.
Arizona... 100 water samples now tested... see results highlights here. (NaturalNews) We've just finished testing the first 100 water samples we received from Natural News readers via our EPA Watch program to monitor the nation's municipal water supp
According to researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, time spent outdoors can inspire one to become more trusting, generous, and helpful toward others.
If you mention geoengineering to people you know, you're liable to either get a blank stare or an eye roll.
The Real Reason American Cities Have Lead in the Water Supply: "Humans Have Been Written Off"
The United Nations has launched a far-reaching initiative that could give U.N.-sponsored authorities sway over the biological resources of the high seas--all the waters that lie outside national territories and economic zones.
30 March 2016: In the context on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) organized a Special Meeting on Inequality to consider key drivers of inequality, and propose policy solutions.
Using old military planes, humans can now plant up to one million trees per day to revamp or rebuild their deteriorated forests.
The one iron rule of super states: "logic is an enemy, and truth is a menace" - Rod Serling
Australian-based company Carnegie Wave Energy Ltd. is generating energy from a CETO 6 unit off the coast of Western Australia for the largest naval base, HMAS Stirling.
MIT researchers have discovered a way to maximize the efficiency of solar panels, effectively producing up to 20 times the solar output of traditional flat panels with the same surface area.
Europe gets so much of its energy from renewables that many leading countries are now facing a new problem: updating their energy grids to handle it all.
The EPA walked away from the investigation three years ago
Fraud: While the global warming alarmists have done a good job of spreading fright, they haven't been so good at hiding their real motivation. Yet another one has slipped up and revealed the catalyst driving the climate scare.
This simplified airship freight system involves very little infrastructure to make wind energy easily accessible everywhere - leading the way in greener, more efficient transport of heavy goods.
(NaturalNews) Engineers have said that the day of carbon-free, unlimited energy is coming, and a French company just took a step toward that goal.
(NaturalNews) A new report compiled by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) concludes that different types of pesticides are showing up in America's streams and rivers, threatening our planet's innate aquatic life.
The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant is still so toxic that even the robots tasked with cleaning up the site after three catastrophic meltdowns are struggling to 'survive'.
In the quest to drive rural ranchers and farmers off of their land, radical environmentalists have long believed they had the right to trespass, without the property owner's knowledge, in order to collect evidence of environmental wrongdoing.
One step closer to releasing them in Florida
Cities consume a considerable amount of energy per year on lighting. And if that city happens to be Las Vegas, you can expect the bill to be a doozy.
Hundreds of millions of tons of PET (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic are produced each year to package everything from sodas to shampoo.
from the sky during rainfall... (NaturalNews) After steadily dropping for many years, mercury levels in some parts of the United States are starting to rise again, according to a study published in Science of the Total Environment.
But Canada, home to sixty percent of the world's polar bears, is prepared to fight back. The indigenous populations in the Canadian Arctic say the polar bear trade is vital for their communities, while the Canadian government says the global trade o
No matter how you feel about coal, you can't deny that it is very dirty stuff.
How DuPont Concealed the Dangers of the New Teflon Toxin
-- Actual releases are "trillions of times" higher than reported during latest leak -- Cracks in multiple spent fuel pools -- Intense investigation underway to see if it can be stopped
Sustainability holds key in green quest for China … With the Chinese economy slowing down, it is possible to predict that the country's policymakers would still have their eyes trained on economic development for a not-so-bad GDP growth, rather t
'Global Warming'...TN Note: Gina McCarthy is a perfect spokesperson for Technocracy. The EPA's deluge of rules and regulations created by unelected and unaccountable technocrats are not, in fact, tied specifically to global warming. If any give