A spike in urban wildlife in New York City is complicating pest control and creating a public health risk not normally faced by city-slickers, a wildlife expert says. Already this year, six wild coyotes have been spotted across Manhattan, a signif
A day after icy slush clogged the massive box they hoped would contain an out-of-control oil gusher in the Gulf of Mexico, BP officials on Sunday said they may try again — this time with a smaller box.
The deadly blowout of an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico was triggered by a bubble of methane gas that escaped from the well and shot up the drill column, expanding quickly as it burst through several seals and barriers before exploding, according to i
No rational country wants to follow in the footsteps of China, India, Bangladesh or Mexico. But the USA, Canada, Great Britain and Australia follow in the same tracks!
This civilization fails to understand its predicament. This week, Washington reporter Eleanor Clift called the illegal immigrant flood, “A happy invasion!” Former President Bill Clinton advocated for more immigrants. Most of the liberal press is
Though his agency was charged with coordinating the federal response to the major oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, Dept. of the Interior chief of staff was in the Grand Canyon with his wife participating in activities that included white-water raftin
"We have teams that have confirmed oil on the beach, at the south end of the Chandeleur Islands, at Freemason Island," coastguard Connie Terrell said. "This is the first confirmation that Unified Command has received of oil on a shoreline," she added
The town of Concord has banned the sale of bottled drinking water in town beginning in 2011. Seriously?
"I'm engineer with 25 years of experience. I've worked on some big projects with big machines. Maybe that's why this mess is so clear to me."
Federal deficit spending will certainly rise by tens, and maybe hundreds, of billions as emergency appropriations are directed at larger and larger efforts to clean up this mess. Federal and state revenues tied to Gulf-region businesses will fall.
In this series, it's the things that you don't see that undermine Mother Nature's ability to function for all living creatures and plants on this planet. While the environment 'seems' steady and dependable, look at the tornadoes across the Midwest in
Storing carbon dioxide in cement.
We can change it; we must change it; our offspring demand that we don’t force them into this mega-population predicament. That’s why I offer you the top websites at the end of every column. It’s up to you to take action.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn has sent a letter to President Barack Obama asking that the Environmental Protection Agency drop a contest for citizens to produce a short video extolling the value of the federal rule making process.
“The industrial world treats its drinking water to get rid of the pathogens, but we are forced more and more to recycle it,” said Grant. “The idea of drinking processed sewage is initially a shock, but we are getting used to it as we press harder o
Green groups are cheering the Icelandic volcano for shutting down air traffic all over Europe, thus lessening CO2 emissions from aircraft which they say contributes to global warming.
One look at rivers, lakes and roadways shows billions of cans, bottles and plastic containers tossed carelessly across the land. Everyone reading this series may have seen a six pack of beer bottles left in a parking lot at a motel.
That equals to the same amount of energy provided by 52 nuclear power plants built every year for 50 years or 104 operating coal-fired electrical plants built every year for 50 years or 32,000 wind turbines built every year for 50 years—and in contin
Al Gore has angered environmentalists after it was revealed his environmental group has taken money from Dow Chemical who was involved in the aftermath of one of the world's worst pollution disasters.
France decided to shut the three airports in the Paris area and others in the north of the country until 8:00 am (0600 GMT) on Monday due to the ash cloud that has caused the biggest airspace shutdown since World War II.
You may hear a great deal on climate change one way or the other, but glaciers don’t lie—they melt when the weather warms for longer periods of time.
In a simple statement: that number of people cannot be sustained if any of us hope to pass on the standard of living and quality of life we took for granted.
However, water diminishes with the addition of 1,700 people added 24/7. At 38 million, California expects to add close to 20 million within 30 years. At 1,700 added net gain per day, that equals 620,000 a year. In three decades, well, work the math
“We talk about going green, create websites to go green, and attend conferences about curbing our carbon footprint, but no one is really taking action to go green.”
Up until a century ago, they returned annually to the Elwha River on Washington state's Olympic Peninsula in runs so huge that homesteaders reported that the river turned into a wiggling mass from bank to bank. One count placed their number at 392,0
The human race continues thinking it can fool Mother Nature without consequences. Let me tell you folks, no one in the final analysis fools her—not then, not now, not ever!
As we head into the summer driving season and gasoline prices are again creeping up, the administration has announced plans to explore opening up more off-shore areas for exploration and drilling. On the one hand this can be lauded as a positive ste
One of the strongest earthquakes to hit Southern California in decades shook tens of millions of people in two countries and three states on Sunday, swaying buildings from Los Angeles to Phoenix to Tijuana. At least one person in Mexico was killed an
Tonight, he will interview world bicycle traveler Frosty Wooldridge, about his book, America on the Brink: The Next Added 100 Million Americans, as well as his latest series: “Overpopulation in 21st Century America.” That series may be accessed at w
“Fertilizer: the world is caught in a trap,” said Grant. “It produces more and more commercial fertilizer to grow more food for more people.