Right now, Aurora, a 5 metre tall polar bear is in front of ShellâEUR(TM)s office with 64 activists and Oscar winner Emma Thompson to protest ShellâEUR(TM)s Arctic oil drilling. Aurora represents a movement of 7.3 million people committed to saving the Arctic...
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More than 100 million Americans live in the vulnerability zones that surround dangerous chemical facilities, putting them at risk of explosions, fires, and releases of toxic chemicals caused by these facilities.
Right now, Aurora, a 5 metre tall polar bear is in front of Shell's office with 64 activists and Oscar winner Emma Thompson to protest Shell's Arctic oil drilling. Aurora represents a movement of 7.3 million people committed to saving the Arctic.
Two weeks ago, Shell was granted an exploratory permit to search for oil in the Arctic Ocean. The area is home to one-fifth of the world's polar bears, beluga whales, ice seals, and walrus - all populations that could be devastated if Shell's rigs spill.
URGENT!! PLEASE SIGN, POST!"Monarch butterflies are one of the most beautiful and iconic insects in the world,..use of herbicides like MonsantoâEUR(TM)s Roundup on genetically engineered crops is destroying a significant portion of their breeding habitat..."
Anti-environmentalists have found a new medium: Some truck enthusiasts are intentionally producing copious amounts of diesel exhaust, spewing black smoke into the air as a form of political protest. It's called "rolling coal."
Two more European countries are rejecting genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Lativia and Greece have specifically said no to growing MonsantoâEUR~s genetically modified maize,
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A Canadian copper mining company, Tintina Resources, wants to build a massive copper mine at the headwaters of the Smith River. If the proposed Black Butte Copper Mine is built, it has a significant potential to ruin the Smith's water quality.
The average person in the United States now consumes more than 35 gallons of bottled water per year. That's about 270 bottles, and more than twice as many as people drank 15 years ago. All those empty water bottles aren't disappearing into thin air.
Scientists have known for years that coal - and its burned byproduct, coal ash - contains radioactive elements. In 2009, for example, a group of researchers at Duke University, including Avner Vengosh, professor of earth and ocean sciences, measured high