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(NaturalNews) In September 1620, pilgrims from England set sail for the "new world," hoping to find new opportunities and escape religious persecution. Today, hundreds of years later, its possible British subjects might once again be forced to flee religious oppression.Canada's...
Fukushima disaster has become hopeless - act now to save your family from future radioactive catastrophes
(NaturalNews) Efforts to clean up the ongoing radioactive mess at Fukushima have failed once again after an experimental robot "died" just three hours into a roving expedition inside Unit 1, one of three reactors at the Japanese nuclear complex that experienced a meltdown following...
(NaturalNews) "Officially," the U.S. national debt has frozen in time, though "unofficially" it continues to grow at a frenetic pace.What's going on? Did the federal government suddenly become fiscally responsible and we are no longer accumulating country-destroying debt?If...
Continued unsustainable harvesting of large predatory fish, including the culling of sharks, can have far-reaching consequences for the way we tackle climate change.
The revelations that Volkswagen, the world's second largest car manufacturer, had routinely gamed US emissions testing has thrown the spotlight on the environmental and health impact of cars.While EU member states, such as the UK, open or consider investigations into the beleaguered company, European Commission officials are currently reviewing the executive’s 2011 White Paper for transport, its main policy roadmap for the sector.Bringing extra impetus to their deliberation is the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference in Paris, international talks aimed at capping global warming.
Shell's US president says the oil giant's unpopular drilling operations in Alaska's Chukchi Sea will stop for the 'foreseeable future' as exploratory drilling finds little oil and gas to justify its $7 billion investment.
Breaking News: US EPA rules will strengthen pesticide safety on farms., US EPA rules will strengthen pesticide safety on farms.
The Environmental Protection Agency is strengthening 20-year-old standards designed to protect farmworkers from toxic pesticides.
Twin studies have shown that people with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder have changes in gene activity caused by their environment. The finding provides the strongest evidence yet that such gene changes might cause the conditions.
Lawn chemicals used to kill weeds may end up in your pet.
Cane toads are wiping out Australian species with their toxic defense, but resistance to their toxins has evolved many times before.
Saturday's Global Citizen Festival in Central Park used Beyoncé and Pearl Jam to move a young audience to get involved in the climate movement.
The Dispatch examined water systems across Ohio as part of “Fractured Framework,” an ongoing series on the nation’s crumbling infrastructure by the Associated Press, Associated Press Media Editors association and news groups across the country.
The biggest beneficiary of a state program aimed at leveling the playing field between utilities and their customers is a Bay Area consumer group that privately negotiated the deal assigning customers 70 percent of the costs for the failure of the San Onofre nuclear plant.
Breaking news: Royal Dutch Shell suspends Arctic drilling indefinitely., Royal Dutch Shell suspends Arctic drilling indefinitely.
Royal Dutch Shell announced early Monday morning it will suspend Arctic drilling indefinitely, after finding insufficient oil and gas in one of its exploratory wells.
The increasing overuse of chemical pesticides and fertilizers are posing more threats to farmers' health and agroproduct consumers, but authorities have never had an eye on the overwhelming consumption of the chemicals in agriculture.
Sharon Labchuk has an issue with the recent numbers concerning the sale of pesticides.
Calling for better treatment of women around the world as he addressed the General Assembly, President Obama said he had no patience for excuses about discrimination.
University of Texas can insist to the oil and gas industry that they be smart about their operations. This would allow revenues to continue, while lessening the impact to Texans’ health and environment.
We view University Lands as an irreplaceable and invaluable asset. As technology evolves, we will continue to pursue environmental safeguards to ensure that these lands are protected for future generations of Texans.
The evidence that our commensal bacteria—our everyday bugs—play a role in disease is compelling enough to lure researchers and investors into developing therapies based on or targeting them.