In spite of long-standing concerns that the pipeline could threaten the safety of drinking water for 17-million people, a federal judge has now given Energy Transfer Partners legal permission to hide information about which areas of the pipeline
This essay originally appeared in the January 1993 issue of The Rothbard-Rockwell Report. Yes, I confess: I'm a veteran anti-fluoridationist, thereby – not for the first time – risking placing myself in the camp of "right-wing kooks and fana
It takes just a few minutes to absorb the mercury from an entire lake.
Moments ago, the U.S. State Department issued a presidential permit for the construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, seven years after it was initially commissioned.
The map above illustrates all of the countries in the world that have fluoride in their water, either naturally or unnaturally, as well as the countries that choose not to fluoridate their water. Water fluoridation has turned into one of the world'
The judge denied the tribe's request to halt the pipeline on religious grounds.
This designer is looking forward to the future.
A US judge is hoping to make a decision by March 7 on whether the Army Corps of Engineers must withdraw an easement on the construction of the hotly-disputed Dakota Access Pipeline.
A new report goes on to predict that within 30 years, 36% of Americans will be unable to afford to pay for public water to be piped to their homes.
3D printing has come a long way in the past few years. Printers that once could only produce thick plastic can now churn out flexible material, metal, and now even semi-permeable membranes.
Oregon Couple Told They Have No Water Rights, Forced to Destroy Their Own Pond
runoff will get you thrown in jail...(NaturalNews) Officials in Jackson County, Oregon have again shown their disrespect for private property rights, telling a local couple they must tear out a 40-year-old two-acre pond located on the property they b
On Tuesday, state prosecutors charged four former government employees with conspiring to violate safety rules for their roles in Flint's water crisis.
(COMMONDREAMS) Water protectors battling the Dakota Access Pipeline are taking their increasingly urgent fight directly to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, making a final push for the Obama administration to reject the pipeline's permit before Pre
Scientists have again linked the intake of fluoride to a host of health problems, particularly hypothyroidism which can cause numerous life-altering symptoms.
These solar panels are seriously changing the game for both tap water and clean energy.
This low-cost, low-tech water condenser could help create water self-sufficiency in communities around the world that lack regular access to clean, drinkable water.
This activist's invention may save lives, considering that Gaza is expected to run out of drinkable water within the next few months.
(NaturalNews) Could poo irrigation techniques be causing heavy metals to build up in produce? New research indicates that irrigating agricultural land with wastewater leads to an accumulation of heavy metals in the soil, which in turn leads to heavy
Only a careless person would waste water during a drought to water their lawn -- only the government would bring that waste to an entirely new level by watering a fake lawn.
(NaturalNews) Millions of Americans have long known that though there might be a federal agency that is supposed to oversee and regulate certain activities within the country, such oversight is often done poorly, improperly and inefficiently.