National Geographic 48 Environ...

Apr 17, 2019 by

As Earth Day turns 49, we take a look back at the biggest milestones in environmental protection.

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US Environmental Protection Ag...

Apr 11, 2019 by

Despite over 10,000 factory farms and almost no Clean Water Act regulation, EPA denies petition to withdraw Iowa’s pollution program.

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Indigenous peoples go to court...

Apr 10, 2019 by

Historic lawsuit launched by the Waorani people of Ecuador to save their homes—and our planet – from destruction.

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When dam burst, here’s how one...

Apr 9, 2019 by

Flooding is a perennial danger for people living along Great Plains watersheds. But this spring the challenge has been epic in scale, calling forth individual resilience and the bonds of community.

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Fukushima: “An Ongoing Global ...

Apr 7, 2019 by

Transcript of 8th anniversary interview with Dr. Helen Caldicott

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The Imminent Collapse of the “...

Apr 5, 2019 by

Thwaites glacier in West Antarctica are enormous in size and often referred to as the most dangerous glacier on Earth.

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Reconstituted climate advisory...

Apr 4, 2019 by

Two years ago, when Donald Trump arrived at the White House with his machete, he whacked a number of advisory committees, including the Advisory Committee for the Sustained National Climate Assessment.

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‘Huge victory for our oceans:’...

Apr 2, 2019 by

“Experts in environmental law estimate that the Trump administration has now lost about 40 environmental cases in federal courts.”

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How America got into this clim...

Apr 2, 2019 by

Walking into “Nature’s Nation,” an art exhibit at the Princeton University Art Museum that explored climate change through history, I got goosebumps. The collection is made up of more than 100 works of art in a variety of media, including contemporary pieces like Hegarty’s “Fallen Bierstadt” — which I had seen before, but only in photographs.

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Fukushima: “An Ongoing Global ...

Mar 31, 2019 by

[Translate] Transcript of 8th anniversary interview with Dr. Helen Caldicott By Dr. Helen Caldicott and Michael Welch Global...

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Fukushima: “An Ongoing Global ...

Mar 26, 2019 by

The eight year anniversary of the triple meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility passed mostly without comment in mainstream media circles.

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Handle Hazardous Chemicals? Yo...

Mar 20, 2019 by

Today, many companies that use any type of chemicals  are learning to never underestimate their potential dangers to health, safety and the environment.

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Your Environment Is Cleaner. Y...

Mar 12, 2019 by

A century ago, British scientists suggested a link between increased hygiene and allergic conditions — the first hint that our immune systems are becoming improperly “trained.”

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EPA’s plan to regulate chemica...

Mar 4, 2019 by

Political and social factors, as well as pressure from industry, can lead to wide disparities in exposure, with some communities protected and others left vulnerable.

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Real climate coverage names na...

Feb 15, 2019 by

But mostly, real climate journalism is about asking the right, and sometimes vexing, questions.

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New bill aims to reverse the G...

Feb 12, 2019 by

“This bill calls a halt to the Administration’s headlong rush to sell off this special wilderness to corporate polluters.”

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Young People Really, Really Wa...

Feb 9, 2019 by

New polling data show that millennials are more enthusiastic than older generations about radical efforts to save the planet and create jobs.

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Winter Storm Jayden, the Polar...

Feb 6, 2019 by

Climate change can also bring extreme cold. Here are three things we think people need to know about Winter Storm Jayden, the latest polar vortex to engulf the country and climate change.

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How Then Shall We Live?: Findi...

Feb 5, 2019 by

We would like to introduce Truthout’s new series, Truthout reporter Dahr Jamail and author Barbara Cecil is about the moonlight leaking between the roof planks of the “ruined house” of our planet.

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Police in Minnesota are using ...

Jan 31, 2019 by

“It’s clear that Enbridge is doing everything they can to have a very highly skilled force of security and law enforcement at their fingertips to do what they can to stop any resistance to Line 3.”

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Bolsonaro Wants to Plunder the...

Jan 30, 2019 by

The Brazilian president’s pro-business agenda will be a test of American companies’ commitment to the environment.

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Why Reusing Buildings Should B...

Jan 19, 2019 by

At the inaugural Rio Conference on the Global Environment in 1992, three facts became abundantly clear: the earth was indeed warming; fossil fuels were no longer a viable source of energy; and the built environment would have to adapt to this new reality.

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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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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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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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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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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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Breaking: UN Staff Member says...

Jan 5, 2019 by

The first eight months of WWII with no fighting was called The Phoney War. Using millimetre waves as a fifth-generation or 5G wireless communications technology is a phoney war of another kind.

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Trump’s EPA Is Undermining New...

Jan 5, 2019 by

Modern life is awash with chemicals. They’re in our work places, our homes, our bedrooms, the clothes we wear, the water we drink, the paint on our walls, the products we clean with.

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Millet anyone? Facing soil cri...

Jan 5, 2019 by

Few Americans think much about where their food comes from, let alone the dirt it grows in. But in the US Midwest and Plains some farmers are looking to the soil to improve their crops and protect the environment.

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