Lead, Uranium and Climatic Meltdown - Heroin and Cornflakes...
A new product is being touted by its developers as a step forward in the fight against desertification and as a way for farmers and residents to maintain moist soils and encourage plant growth in unforgiving arid desert conditions
Post Copenhagen: Slavery in a Disappearing World
Blowin' in the Wind: Plight of the Atomic Veterans
….But the only trouble is that no one picks up the answer when it comes down so not too many people get to see and know …and then it flies away I still say that some of the biggest criminals are…Read more →
Driven to 'Ecstasy' - Heroin and Cornflakes
Burning fossil fuels costs the United States about $120 billion a year in health costs, mostly because of thousands of premature deaths from air pollution, the National Academy of Sciences reported in a study issued Monday. The damages are caused…Rea...
The Green Revolution: Ecologically Devastating
The story of the Green Revolution began when, in 1943, the Rockefeller Foundation dispatched a team of agricultural experts to Mexico to set up a research program on local grains. Soon to head the research was agricultural scientist Norman Borlaug,…...
What is depleted uranium and is it a danger to the environment?
Toronto and the Mercury Mystery - Heroin and Cornflakes
Posted on Ryerson university, Toronto, web news site (1), is a report by researcher Julia Lu which raises questions of great importance in regards to human health. The report describes how Dr. Lu and her research team placed specialized air…Read more...
Uranium and the Secret Society - Heroin and Cornflakes
In Sydney, Australia, at the ALP National Conference on 31 July 2007, Peter Garrett, the then Shadow minister for Climate change and Environment and Heritage, made a speech which included this statement; I have long been opposed to uranium mining,…Re...
A New Twist on AAA Ratings: Eco Icons for Green Lodgings...
Arch1 design - Eco Design for Healthy Living
Going green - quotes from NYC's Times Square
Mother Nature Network's going green man on the street reporter heads to Times Square to test people's environmental IQ.