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Image of Fukushima's Nuclear Waste Will Be Dumped Into the Ocean, Japanese Plant Owner Says
Fukushima's Nuclear Waste Will Be Dumped Into the Ocean, Japanese Plant Owner Says
Updated  | Toxic waste produced by one of the world's worst nuclear disasters will be dumped into the sea, according to the head of the Japanese company tasked with cleaning up the radioactive mess, despite protests from local fishermen.Takashi Kawamura, chairman of Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), told foreign media that nearly 777,000 tons of water tainted with tritium, a byproduct of ... [Read More]
Image of Polluted London sets its sights on cars
Polluted London sets its sights on cars
London (AFP) - Gone are the days of London's "pea souper" smogs, but like many European cities, the British capital is once again being choked by pollution -- and has road traffic firmly in its sights.In 1952, the Great Smog suffocated London for five days, bringing the city to a standstill as soot-filled clouds descended onto the streets and into people's lungs, leaving more than 12,000 dead.The ... [Read More]
Image of Alarming and Mysterious Rise of Radiation Levels in Europe Baffles Experts
Alarming and Mysterious Rise of Radiation Levels in Europe Baffles Experts
When the nuclear power plant in Chernobyl suffered a catastrophic meltdown in April of 1986, it took three days before the Soviet authorities admitted to what happened. And even then, it was a vague report that failed to explain the gravity of the situation.Three days of radioactive fallout spreading across the continent before Europe’s darkest fears were confirmed. And afraid they were, since cou... [Read More]
Light pollution prevents 1 in 3 Earthlings from seeing the Milky Way at night - LA Times
Across the globe, light pollution is making the night sky lighter and the stars harder to see, according to a new study.In a paper published Friday in Science Advances, researchers reveal that 1 in 3 people worldwide are unable to see the Milky Way when they gaze at the heavens in their hometown.  In addition, a whopping 83% of the world’s population lives under light-polluted skies.In Singap... [Read More]
Image of The oceans now contain 5 trillion pieces of floating plastic
The oceans now contain 5 trillion pieces of floating plastic
A major new study of the world’s oceans has reached a shocking conclusion: Thanks to humans, there are now over 5 trillion pieces of plastic, weighing more than 250,000 tons, floating in water around the world. With a global population of about 7.2 billion, that’s nearly 700 pieces per person. [Read More]
Image of ‘Widespread methane leakage’ coming from hundreds of vents off East Coast ocean floor - The Washington Post
‘Widespread methane leakage’ coming from hundreds of vents off East Coast ocean floor - The Washington Post
Of all the global warming gasses, methane is one of the very worst. Pound for pound, the Environmental Protection Agency says its effect on global warming is 20 times greater than that of carbon dioxide. And though its lifetime in the atmosphere is substantially shorter than carbon dioxide, it’s “more efficient at trapping radiation.” [Read More]
The Land of Fires - Documentary
This horrific descent to hell has happened because for decades, parts of Campania have been used for illegal dumping, burning and disposal of toxic waste under the management of the local mafia, the Camorra. [Read More]
Image of The Great Pacific Garbage Patch: We Are Literally Filling Up The Pacific Ocean With Plastic
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch: We Are Literally Filling Up The Pacific Ocean With Plastic
We are starting to see that there are very serious consequences for filling up our oceans with massive amounts of plastic that never biodegrades. In fact, this is one of the greatest environmental disasters of all time and yet you rarely hear it talked about. Virtually every molecule of plastic ever created still exists somewhere, and we all use things made out of plastic every single day. [Read More]
Image of Yellowstone Volcano Eruption: Report Claims That US Has Contingency Deal With Brazil, Australia
Yellowstone Volcano Eruption: Report Claims That US Has Contingency Deal With Brazil, Australia
If the Yellowstone supervolcano erupts then millions of U.S. citizens could end up in Brazil, Australia, or Argentina. That’s according to the South African news website Praag, which said that the African National Congress was offered $10 billion a year for 10 years if it would build temporary housing for Americans in case of an eruption. [Read More]
Image of Humans Litter Found In Deepest Ocean, Marine Trash Is Everywhere
Humans Litter Found In Deepest Ocean, Marine Trash Is Everywhere
A new paper published on the journal PLOS ONE alerts that even in the deepest ocean depths you can find bottles, plastic bags, fishing nets and other types of human litter. Experts from the Consolidated Research Group on Marine Geosciences of the University of Barcelona (UB), led by Professor Miquel Canals, participated in the seafloor survey. [Read More]
Image of Life in one of the darkest, most polluted cities in the world
Life in one of the darkest, most polluted cities in the world
Photographer Elena Chernyshova captures life in Norilsk, Russia, the world's northernmost city. VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN PICTURES WITH TEXT... [Read More]
Image of Residents furious at council proposals for bin collections just once every three weeks
Image of First look at electric carriage that may replace horse buggies - New York News
First look at electric carriage that may replace horse buggies - New York News
NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) - New York has never known a Central Park without that rhythmic click-clacking. But if Mayor Bill de Blasio gets his way, he'll put those hooves out to pasture, replacing them with a different noise-maker. Actually, excluding its horn the electric carriage makes little noise at all. It runs on lithium-ion batteries, has a variable-speed a/c motor, and is relatively silent,... [Read More]
Tap of Fire: Fracking in Texas risks gas in drinking water - YouTube
A cozy countryside getaway from the city hustle - an idea ruined for some Americans by the negative effects of a fracking boom. In places like Texas the ground drilling technology has become a proven way to boost corporate profits. But as Gayane Chichyakyan finds out, its the landowners who pay the price. [Read More]
Jessica Ernst Exposes Drilling and Fracking Crimes in Alberta - YouTube
This You Tube is a compilation of segments from a 90 minute talk. The full version will be available soon. Jessica Ernst worked for over three decades as an environmental biologist doing research and independent consulting for the Alberta petroleum industry. One of her main clients was the EnCana Company, which began large-scale fracking in the region of her home community of Rosebud Alberta in... [Read More]
Image of Volcanoes All Over The Ring Of Fire Are Erupting Right Now – Is The U.S. Next?
Volcanoes All Over The Ring Of Fire Are Erupting Right Now – Is The U.S. Next?
All of a sudden, the Ring of Fire is starting to tremble violently. Last month, we had a whole bunch of major earthquakes along the Ring of Fire, and this month volcanoes all over the Ring of Fire are erupting. Of course there has always been seismic activity within this giant band that stretches around the Pacific Ocean. After all, approximately 75 percent of all volcanoes are located in the R... [Read More]
Soylent Green Is Made Out Of People - YouTube
Ask yourself, is this the society that you want to live in? http://www.infowars.com/obama-agency-rules-pepsis-use-of-aborted-fetal-cells-in-soft-drinks-const... [Read More]
Image of Chemical plant to wipe small Louisiana town off the map
Chemical plant to wipe small Louisiana town off the map
(NaturalNews) For over a decade, residents of the small town of Mossville, Louisiana, have been reporting numerous cases of premature death, disease and cancer. A new plot by a large chemical plant looks to finish them off, paying 80 percent or more of the residents to leave the town, which could nearly wipe Mossville off the map. [Read More]
Image of PressTV - Britons stage anti-fracking protest in Manchester
PressTV - Britons stage anti-fracking protest in Manchester
Hundreds of Britons have demonstrated in the city of Manchester to protest against the controversial practice of fracking to extract oil and gas. [Read More]
Image of The world's most crowded cities
The world's most crowded cities
By 2210, the global population is expected to grow from just more than 7bn to 11.3bn — with 87 per cent of the population living in urban areas, according to a new working paper by researchers from New York University’s Marron Institute. Most of these individuals will be in what’s now the developing world — creating a host of environmental and health problems. [Read More]