The Tokyo Fire Department released video of rescue efforts following Saturday's eruption of Mount Ontake in central Japan. It shows firefighters and military troops carrying injured people as plumes of smoke pour from the volcano behind them...
"Katharine Hayhoe is Associate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at Texas Tech University. She recently co-wrote a book with her husband about climate change from an Evangelical Christian perspective."
Accidental poliovirus dump adds to GSK's production woes, GSK Bacteria Contaminated Vaccines Given to Babies, ECDC Communicable Disease Threats Report, 160,000 Flu Shots Recalled: Particles Seen Floating in Vials, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Deals With Fallout
Monsanto has recently submitted new GE soybeans and cotton to the USDA for approval that are resistant to the poisonous herbicide dicamba. The use of dicamba will only increase the toxicity and pollution of air, water, other species and the Earth.
The world has lost 52 percent of its biodiversity since 1970, the World Wildlife Fund just announced in a study on the state of our planet. The toll was greatest in low-income countries, as logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
Researchers from the Zoological Society of London looked at changes in populations of more than 3,000 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish, tracking over 10,000 different populations.
The defense of corn is not just to preserve our sacred plant. It is also fundamental to sustaining Mexico as a living genetic reserve of important varieties of fruits and vegetables that feed humanity.
A new deal allows a radioactive waste storage tank to continue leaking for more than a year before its contents are pumped out at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, the nation's most polluted nuclear site.
First LNG export facility ever built so close to so many homes, the first built in close proximity to Marcellus Shale fracking operations, and a potential trigger of more global warming pollution than all 7 of Maryland's existing coal-fired power plants
The Netherlands is the latest country, after Russia, Tasmania and Mexico, to say no to Monsanto. Starting at the end of 2015, the sale of glyphosate-based herbicides to private parties will be prohibited due to a recent decision by the Dutch Parliament
Monsanto is conquering one of the world's most stunning utopias - and it's happening right under our noses. The company is turning the picturesque island of Molokai into a GMO laboratory, and it's treating the island's inhabitants as lab rats.
... atmosphere of anger, fear and hostility that currently reigns in America. The public's hatred of Democrats, Republicans, big business and banks and the public's distrust of scientists ... general disregard for the findings of "pointy-headed elitists."