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The Trump Administration just ended the program that monitors carbon emissions

Apparently, withdrawing from the Paris climate accord wasn't enough. Now, the Trump administration wants to restrict the world's ability to measure carbon emissions. According to...

California is about to become the first state in the US to require solar power installations on all new homes

The world's fifth largest economy —and possibly the first government in the world—is about to require solar panels for all new homes. The California Energy...

Exxon, Suncor sued for stoking climate change

Coastal cities like New York and San Francisco have already started legal battles with oil giants for knowingly fueling climate change. Now, landlocked communities in...

75% of Earth’s Land Areas Are Degraded

More than 75 percent of Earth’s land areas are substantially degraded, undermining the well-being of 3.2 billion people, according to the world’s first comprehensive,...

Entrepreneurs Invent City Bench that Absorbs More Air Pollution Than a Small Forest

With great technological advances—like the industrial revolution and the subsequent oil boom—came a great impact on the environment. As more industries began to flourish, increasing...

Strange ‘orange snow phenomenon reported across eastern Europe

Orange-tinted snow has swept across Russia, Bulgaria, Romania and other countries in eastern Europe. Pictures of the snow have shown up on social media including from...

Greenland Is Literally Cracking Apart and Flooding the World

Visit Greenland on the right summer day, and you could see a 12-billion-gallon lake disappear before your very eyes. Glaciologists saw this happen for the first time...

Biodiversity Scientist Warns: “We’re Sleepwalking into a Mass Extinction”

Most scientists acknowledge that we are smack in the middle of the planet’s sixth great mass extinction. What they’re trying to do now is...

Nothing to See Here, Just Freedom

Speaking of things blowing up in Texas—the home of the unregulated fertilizer plant and other such sophisticated pre-explosive devices made possible by a business-friendly...

Schwarzenegger says he wants to sue global oil companies for first-degree murder

Arnold Schwarzenegger says he is going after Big Oil and climate change. The actor and former governor of California said in a Politico-sponsored podcast at...

Ghost Cat Gone: Eastern Cougar Officially Declared Extinct

Say good-bye to the “ghost cat.” This week the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officially declared the eastern cougar (Puma concolor couguar) to be...

Yes, the US Government Has Experimented With Controlling Hurricanes

The 2017 hurricane season has wrought more damage on the Caribbean and the Gulf Coast of the United States than any season in the...

US Gov’t Pesticide Spraying In Wake Of Harvey A Toxic Boon To Agrochemical Giants

Amid statewide efforts to clean up the aftermath left by the historic flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey, the Pentagon announced last week that it had dispatched C-130H...

“We’re Firing Trillion Watt Lasers into the Sky”: Top Scientist Admits to Weather Modification on CBS

In the aftermath of the devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, and Hurricane Jose brewing in the Atlantic, many people are looking...

20 Disturbing Photos Of The Flooding In South Asia No One Is Talking About

Because the media is tied up with coverage concerning Hurricane Harvey, few are aware that an even worse natural disaster is taking place in...

‘The Biggest Attack on the Amazon in 50 Years’ Has Just Begun in Brazil

In what is being called the biggest attack on the Amazon in fifty years, Brazil has just opened a massive area of the rainforest up...

Costa Rica Wants to Become World’s First Country to Eliminate Single-Use Plastics

Costa Rica wants to become the world's first country to achieve a comprehensive national strategy to eliminate single-use plastics by 2021. The Central American nation intends to replace these wasteful,...

Pennsylvania Pipelines Bursts, Leaks 55,000 Gallons Of Gas Into One Of US’ Most Endangered Rivers

A pipeline managed by Sunoco logistics burst Thursday night after heavy rainfall in Pennsylvania. The spill dumped 55,000 gallons of gasoline into Wallis Run, a tributary of the Loyalsock...

Environmental Activists Are Being Killed At An Alarming Rate

In an exclusive report published earlier this month, the Guardian highlighted a disheartening and highly disturbing reality, one that reveals itself quite profoundly in the article’s opening paragraph: “Last...

Pictures From Arizona Heatwave: “Everything Is Literally Melting”

People in Arizona are posting pictures of the things they claim have melted in the extreme heatwave, which has seen temperatures soar to 120F (48.8C). Ask any...

Radioactive Waste Flowing Freely into Columbia River Because there’s no money to Stop It

A member of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently informed the public that radioactive waste from the decommissioned Hanford nuclear power plant is ‘flowing...

Renewable Energy Will Kill Trump’s Coal Revival Faster Than Anyone Predicted

President Donald Trump, who fancies himself a champion of the coal industry, may want to start thinking about changing his tune. A new report from...

Monsanto’s Glyphosate Linked to the Death of our Oceans and Coral Reefs

Monsanto’s glyphosate, aka Roundup, is the most heavily used agricultural chemical in history, with some 3.5 billion plus gallons of the herbicide being used...

38 Million Pieces of Plastic Waste Found on Uninhabited South Pacific island

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffzO7I4obMg One of the world’s most remote places, an uninhabited coral atoll, is also one of its most polluted. Henderson Island, a tiny landmass in the...

Skies to be Openly Sprayed With Toxic Metals this Weekend, Blocking the Sunlight

The skies in Maryland will be openly sprayed with toxic metals by NASA. Barium, strontium, and cupric-oxide are being sprayed off the coast of Maryland...

World’s Largest Beach Cleanup Removes 5.3 MILLION Kg Of Trash And Now It Looks Transformed

Eighty-five weeks later and 5.3 million kg of trash lighter, Versova beach is now pristine. As many as 150 people participated in the world’s largest...

Switzerland Says No to Nukes, Yes to Renewables Following Historic Citizen Vote

More than 58 percent of Swiss voters supported a measure to phase out nuclear power in favor of renewable energy. The plan provides billions in...

Billionaire to Give Most of His Fortune to Save the Ocean from Plastic

Kjell Inge Røkke, a Norwegian billionaire, one of the richest men in his country, and previously known as “a ruthless corporate raider” is giving...

Newly Discovered Hidden Forests In The Desert Could Be Key To Stopping Climate Change

When experts talk about climate change, one of the key factors they point to as a cause is deforestation, which is happening all over...

Giant ‘Dead Whale’ Is Haunting Reminder of Massive Plastic Pollution Problem

Greenpeace Philippines sent a strong message about plastic pollution with a giant "Dead Whale" art exhibit this month in Naic, Cavite. The 50-foot long whale...

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Bill Gates: If I were president, this is what I would do now to fight coronavirus

If Bill Gates were President of the United States right now, he would prioritize keeping people across...

The Total Number of Coronavirus Cases Could be 10 Times Higher Than Official Numbers !?

Piero Cruciatti | AFP | Getty Images The head of Italy’s civil protection authority says he feared the...

Prince Charles tests positive for coronavirus

Prince Charles speaking at a dinner at Mansion House in London in aid of the Australian bushfire relief and recovery effort...

Coronavirus: Pandemic is ‘accelerating’, WHO warns as cases pass 385,000

FABRICE COFFRINI / AFP The coronavirus pandemic that’s spread to nearly every country in the world is picking...

Is USA lying to WHO on virus data? Or WHO is lying the world?

Numbers have a certain mystique: They seem precise, exact, sometimes even beyond doubt. But outside the field...
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