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Glow-in-the-dark tampons could be used to show where sewage is seeping into rivers, scientists have suggested.
After years of dumping toxic chemicals into the environment, the Georgia's LCP Chemicals is a "poster child" for the Superfund program. However residents are concerned the chemicals leave them at a higher risk for cancer.
Nearly four years after Japan shut down all of its atomic energy plants in the wake of the disaster, the country is inching toward a momentous decision on whether to bring some of them back on line, perhaps within the next year.
Pungent drinking water might be a recurring problem, so long as the state’s drought persists.
Link found between children with paralysis and ‘more polio-like’ strain of enterovirus D68, study says.
The study, published Monday in Lancet Infectious Diseases, sheds new light on one of the most troubling medical mysteries of recent years.
On April 3, 1980, Walter Cronkite tossed to a news piece from CBS veteran Nelson Benton. Thirty-five years ago, for two and half minutes – an eternity even then by TV news standards and a near-impossibility today – a broadcast anchored by The Most Trusted Man in America tried to warn us about climate change.
An article published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences offers glimpse into how living organisms can evolve to handle environmental stress, particularly from oceans made more acidic by carbon dioxide and higher temperatures.
A pilot facility, claiming to be the world's lowest-cost energy plant, has opened in Newbridge in Central Victoria converting sunlight into electricity.
Costa Ricans are the first in the world to power their country for 75 days without the use of fossil fuels, and the record-breaking achievement was quickly picked up by news agencies all over the world.
The world's vegetation has expanded, adding nearly 4 billion tonnes of carbon to plants above ground in the decade since 2003, thanks to tree-planting in China, forest regrowth in former Soviet states and more lush savannas due to higher rainfall.
The beloved aspen forests that shimmer across mountainsides of the American West could be doomed if emissions of greenhouse gases continue at a high level, scientists warned on Monday.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy suggested on Monday that building the Keystone XL pipeline would not spell game over for the planet.
Major economies would boost their prosperity, employment levels and health prospects if they took actions that limited global warming to 2c, according to the first analysis of emissions pledges made before the UN climate summit in Paris later this year.
An ancient episode of global warming swiftly destroyed the balance of life in the world’s oceans, and it took thousands of years before that life recovered, California climate researchers report.
Research led by a University of New Hampshire professor has identified a new source of methane for gas hydrates -- ice-like substances found in sediment that trap methane within the crystal structure of frozen water -- in the Arctic Ocean. The findings, published online now in the May 2015 journal Geology, point to a previously undiscovered, stable reservoir for abiotic methane -- methane not generated by decomposing carbon -- that is "locked" away from the atmosphere, where it could impact global climate change."We've found an example where methane produced at a mid-ocean ridge is locked up in stable, deep water gas hydrate, preventing it from possibly getting out of the seafloor," says lead author Joel Johnson, associate professor of geology at UNH and guest researcher at the Center for Arctic Gas Hydrate, Environment and Climate (CAGE) at UiT The Arctic University of Norway in Tromsø. Johnson notes that the findings, which pinpointed a source of abiotic methane ¬produced in seafloor crust, indicate gas hydrates throughout the Arctic may be supplied by a significant portion of abiotic gas.
Medact, the organization of health professionals for a safer, fairer and better world, has called for a five year moratorium on fracking due to its serious hazards to public health, writes Paul Mobbs. Their new report is a powerful challenge to government policy that cannot be ignored.
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Same leftist media attacking Indiana's religious freedom law openly supports doctors discriminating against parents who avoid vaccines for religious reasons
(NaturalNews) Bigotry is totally acceptable in America, according to the leftist media, as long as that bigotry targets the "correct" groups of minorities. Case in point: The same leftist media now engaged in mass hysteria over Indiana's religious freedom law -- falsely claiming the...
Pro-terrorist Cornell University takes money from globalist Bill Gates to push GMOs destroying America
(NaturalNews) Using financing from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Ivy League Cornell University's Alliance for Science has launched a multi-million-dollar broadside against a small food-oriented public interest group as a means of pushing genetically modified organisms to new...