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Climate change will make the subway ‘dangerously hot’

Expert panel to warn of ‘dangerously hot’ On NYC subway platforms Flooding isn't the only threat to New York's trains Climate change doesn't just heighten the...

ExxonMobil Hit With $20 Million Penalty For Polluting Air With Hazardous Chemicals

In a huge win for environmental groups, a federal judge has ordered ExxonMobil to pay nearly $20 million for spewing millions of pounds of...

Study on Potential DAPL Oil Spill Deemed Too Dangerous to Be Made Public

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is reportedly withholding a recent study on the effects a spill from the Dakota Access Pipeline could have...

These Plastic-Eating Worms Could Help Save The World

The wax worm, a caterpillar typically used for fishing bait and known for damaging beehives by eating their wax comb, has now been observed...

Coca-Cola Responsible for Polluting the Earth with 100 BILLION Plastic Bottles, Reveals Alarming Investigation

When soda giant Coca-Cola was asked to participate in a survey of the world’s top six drinks manufacturers by the environmental organization Greenpeace last...

Federal Judge Declares – Public Has No Right’ To Know About DAPL Spill Risks

While the fight to prevent the controversial construction of the Dakota Access pipeline has largely faded from the minds of most Americans, the pipeline’s...

Trump Signs HJR 69 into Law Allowing Slaughter of Alaskan Bear Cubs, Wolf Pups

Washington D.C. — On April 3, 2017, President Donald Trump signed House Joint Resolution 69 (HJR 69) into law. The legislation rescinds the U.S....

World’s First Mall For Repaired And Recycled Items Opens In Sweden

Because people in first-world societies have been conditioned to believe that they need the latest technology, new clothes every season and appliances that look...

Colombian Town Rejects $35 Billion Gold Mine in Preference of Clean Air, Water, Simple Life

The World Bank wants its gold mining project in Cajamarc, Colombia badly, but the people of this small town just voted against the mammoth...

It’s Official: Sky Will Be Sprayed in Geoengineering “Experiment,” Blocking Sun for Climate Change

Harvard scientist David Keith and his partner are going to spray the sky with aluminum oxide and other chemicals to “experiment” with geoengineering: solar...

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Bill Gates is the top target for coronavirus conspiracy theories

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An alarming number of Americans say they will not get a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available

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