New study reminds us of the si...

Jan 17, 2019 by

“That’s just the tip of the iceberg, so to speak. As the Antarctic ice sheet continues to melt away, we expect multi-meter sea level rise from Antarctica in the coming centuries,”

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Lawrence reborn: A polluted mi...

Jan 17, 2019 by

Residents of New England’s former mill towns often feel left behind after manufacturers leave town. But in Lawrence, Mass., locals have refused to let abandoned buildings and polluted landscapes define their future.

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The Supreme Court Just Handed ...

Jan 16, 2019 by

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court handed a victory to American workers, ruling unanimously that independent contractors who work in transportation may not be forced into mandatory arbitration.

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The Strange Marketplace for Di...

Jan 16, 2019 by

It is legal to resell unused test strips for blood glucose, and many patients do, driving an unusual trade online and on the streets.

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The Law That Just Passed In Ne...

Jan 16, 2019 by

The state had some of the worst voting laws in the country. It’s about to have some of the best.

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Chemtrails Exposed: The Deep S...

Jan 16, 2019 by

[Translate] Peter A. Kirby, Contributor Waking Times Who is behind putting hundreds, perhaps thousands of large jet aircraft in the...

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Drilling Towards Disaster: Why...

Jan 16, 2019 by

[Translate] Kelly Trout, priceforoil.org     Oil Change International in collaboration with: 350.org, Amazon Watch, BOLD Alliance,...

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Donald Trump and His Team of M...

Jan 15, 2019 by

Nobody left besides those with no reputation to lose.

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Only you (and a bunch of goats...

Jan 15, 2019 by

California has a wildfire problem — and it’s been getting worse and worse thanks to climate change. As communities figure out how best to prepare for future wildfires, some are calling in an unstoppable force of nature: goats.

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California’s “Skip the Slip” b...

Jan 15, 2019 by

A legislator in the California Assembly has introduced a bill that, if passed, would require retailers to make digital receipts the default instead of paper.

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California’s largest utility j...

Jan 14, 2019 by

PG&E faces billions of dollars in liability from wildfires exacerbated by rising temperatures and drought.

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$3.5 Trillion A Year: America’...

Jan 12, 2019 by

In order to keep this giant money machine rolling, the healthcare industry has to do an enormous amount of marketing.  If you can believe it, a study that was just published found that at least 30 billion dollars a year is spent on such marketing.

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Earth’s magnetic pole is on th...

Jan 12, 2019 by

Earth’s magnetic field is what allows us to exist. It deflects harmful radiation. It keeps our water and atmosphere in place. But now it’s acting up — and nobody knows why.

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I’m a Dreamer and a Rhodes Sch...

Jan 11, 2019 by

A person shouldn’t have to be a “genius” or “economically productive” to have access to equal opportunity.

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How Trump’s Shutdown Forks Ove...

Jan 11, 2019 by

Farmers, poor families, and inspectors are caught in the crosshairs.

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SWEPCO Seeking Proposals For 1...

Jan 11, 2019 by

The Southwestern Electric Power Company announced on Monday that it was seeking proposals for up to 1.2 gigawatts (GW) of wind energy to be brought into commercial operation by the end of 2021.

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Fracked shale oil wells drying...

Jan 11, 2019 by

“Other countries, namely China, are frantically investing in renewables. For us to crow about our oil wealth, and not focus on renewables, is for us to miss the opportunity to be leaders in the world as it’s going to be.”

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Being Electrosensitive (in a m...

Jan 11, 2019 by

Just look what happened with Roundup / Monsanto after Glyphosate was classified as a Group 2A Probable Carcinogen.

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China gets tough on US recycla...

Jan 10, 2019 by

Beijing’s 2018 crackdown on recyclables was widely decried as a disaster for global recycling. Facing rising recycling costs, cities like Sanford, Maine, have found innovative ways to respond.

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Warming oceans likely to raise...

Jan 10, 2019 by

Seawater temperature is rising faster than predicted, which is likely to worsen extreme weather events around the world

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Trump’s Big Libertarian Experi...

Jan 10, 2019 by

Does contaminated food smell like freedom?

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US Fema Concentration Camps in...

Jan 10, 2019 by

[Translate] theresia_kihn May 05 2018 posted to Conspiracy Theories Over 800 prison camps discovered in the United States! They are...

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Europeans want to repair, not ...

Jan 9, 2019 by

The Right to Repair movement is rapidly growing – and it can’t come soon enough.

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Already reeling from tariff wa...

Jan 9, 2019 by

Fourth-generation crop farmer John Boyd checks the condition of a soybean field Tuesday in Baskerville, Va. Because of the government shutdown, Boyd has not received his crucial soybean subsidies.

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Why Those Who Loathe Trump Fin...

Jan 9, 2019 by

Throughout our country’s history politics have always been divisive, so much so that the Civil War was fought over slavery, at times pitting neighbor against neighbor, brother against brother.

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It’s Payday for Many Federal W...

Jan 8, 2019 by

Tanisha Keller, a single mother who works for the federal Census Bureau, used to live paycheck to paycheck. Now, she is living nothing to nothing.

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U.S. Carbon Pollution Surged i...

Jan 8, 2019 by

It’s an ominous sign for America’s ability to meet its goals under the Paris Agreement on climate change.

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US Homeless Sleeping Accommoda...

Jan 8, 2019 by

Everyone deserves a safe place to sleep, but it’s difficult to get a good night’s rest when you are worried about theft, assault and the elements.

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9 sustainable living tips to t...

Jan 7, 2019 by

Our grandparents and great-grandparents lived in a simpler time, and we aren’t just talking about technology. During the Great Depression, many rural areas didn’t have running water or electricity, and things like proper refrigeration, freezers and air conditioning were a luxury.

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Timelines of Sickness and Deat...

Jan 7, 2019 by

A pilot study was conducted in 2004 of six California fire fighters working and sleeping in stations with towers.  The study, conducted by Gunnar Heuser, M.D., PhD. of Agoura Hills, CA, focused on neurological symptoms of six fire fighters who had been working for up to five years in stations with cell towers. Those symptoms included slowed reaction time, lack of focus, lack of impulse control, severe headaches, anesthesia-like sleep, sleep deprivation, depression, and tremors.

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