The Brazilian government, the soy industry and civil society organizations, including Greenpeace, indefinitely renewed an agreement keeping huge swathes of Amazon rainforest from being destroyed for soybean farming.
NASA has confirmed that the Earth will experience 1 day of total darkness between on June 2nd, 2016. The event,according to NASA, hasnâEUR(TM)t occurred in over 1 Million years,starting on Thursday,June 2nd, 2016 at 3 a.m.&will end on Friday 3rd, 2016 at 4
All you morons vomiting your xenophobia - about how money should only be spent 'on our own' need to look at yourselves closely in the mirror. I request you ask yourselves a very important question - Am I a decent and honourable human being? (With Audio)
If youâEUR(TM)ve heard of ocean acidification, youâEUR(TM)re in the minority. If you know that ocean acidification is caused by carbon pollution from burning fossil fuels and cutting down rainforests, youâEUR(TM)re practically a scholar.
Activists have argued that carrying flammable oil on trains, which they sometimes call "bomb trains," is inherently dangerous: Not only do the trains emit diesel fumes in the poor neighborhoods they pass through, the trains have in the past tipped over
Multinationals like Monsanto, Bayer, Syngenta, Dow and DuPont have made fortunes selling glyphosate weedkiller and glyphosate-tolerant genetically engineered crops (GMOs) around the world. But glyphosate's European license is set to expire
"It took MichiganâEUR(TM)s conservatives years to acknowledge and address FlintâEUR(TM)s lead-in-the-water crisis. But they sure as shit jumped on the Plastic Bag Crisis. ItâEUR(TM)s all about priorities." Peace.
And i suspect that eventually it will come out that microwaves cause gastric disturbance resulting in acid reflux and other things stemming from Fernald School studies on children on behalf of microwave manufacturer Amana
By now, we're used to polluters pulling out all the stops to attack our clean air and water safeguards. They pump out smokescreens of misinformation and hide behind manufactured talking points, all in the hopes of generating confusion while they rake
The Arctic is changing rapidly. In Ocean ConservancyâEUR(TM)s new report, we explore what the Arctic will look like in the future. Without careful planning and management, expansion of industrial activities could impair wildlife habitat, interfere
Chile requires a great deal of energy to keep people moving. President Michelle Bachelet recently announced the countryâEUR(TM)s mass transit system will soon be almost entirely powered by wind and solar energy, resulting in a slew of environmental benefits.