After two water years of dry conditions, both California and Nevada are now 100% in drought. And with dire drought conditions, rapidly decreasing snowpack, and low reservoir levels, concern for wildfire season is growing. Read the drought status upda
• https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org, By Andy Corbley
While looking for ways to make homes and offices more efficient, building managers have realized that something as seemingly insignificant as the water droplets from the underside of air conditioning units have the potential to quench the thirst of t
...in U.S. Tap Water. A joint investigation by the Guardian and Consumer Reports found drinking water samples from systems servicing more than 19 million people in the U.S. contained unsafe levels of multiple contaminants.
My well broke the day before thanksgiving and I did a ton of research to try and fix it myself but in the end needed the professionals. I had a completely new system put it as mine was 20 years old and damaged. Learn some well basics and what it's li
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Veolia, one of the world's largest private water corporations, has just announced the acquisition of 29.9 percent of Suez Water, another of the planet's largest multinationals, with a plan to gain full control at a later date.
While that figure might appear small, research shows that contaminants in the water can accumulate inside bodies, interrupting important biological processes and triggering the onset of several chronic diseases.
Don't miss Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s enlightening conversation with fluoridation lawsuit attorney, Michael Connett, highlighting some of the more interesting twists and turns in the groundbreaking water fluoridation trial against the EPA.
In a recent article out of Forbes, scientist Ethan Siegel suggests people should not "do their own research" on topics as they are not qualified to understand, and doing that research yourself could be dangerous.
Unfortunately fluoride can be found just about everywhere today from drinking water to antibiotics, no stick pans, salt, and toothpaste, making exposure to it somewhat inevitable. The exposure makes research providing a way to help prevent and limit
Plastic contamination is rampant in bottled water. This was the disturbing conclusion of a recent study, published in Frontiers in Chemistry, that analyzed samples from 259 bottles of water sold across the globe.
Dr. Paul Connet of the Fluoride Action Network is suing the EPA over adding toxic fluoride to the drinking water of 200-million Americans and says that it is a deliberate addition of a substance that damages the brain.
As Coronavirus fears have gripped the world for months, a litany of scientific scandals, inconsistencies and frauds have drawn the public's attention to an underbelly of our agenda-driven scientific community.
A new study by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) tested drinking water in dozens of cities across America found concentrations of PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) contaminants in water supplies at all but one out of 44 locations tested.
It could help address the world's looming water crisis...People have been trying to turn seawater into drinking water for thousands of years, but the process is not usually energy-efficient or affordable.
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