Saturday, September 25, 2021

California Fish Species Plummet To Record Lows

The operation of the state and federal water projects by the California Department of Water Resources and Bureau of Reclamation has brought fisheries to historic lows.

This Mexican Company Is Converting Plastic Into Affordable (And Eco-Friendly) Housing

EcoDomum is turning an environmental problem into a housing solution.

Monsanto Files Lawsuit to Stop California From Listing Glyphosate as Known Carcinogen

Monsanto is facing a slew of criticism from environmentalists as well as mounting class-action lawsuits over the controversial chemical.

Government Run Like A Business Led To Lead In Flint’s Water

You might have heard that there is lead in Flint, Michigan's water.

Night of the Living Dead, Climate Change-Style

This business of driving stakes through the heart of one project after another is exhausting. But at least for now, there’s really no other way to kill a zombie.

Half of US Shale Producers “Could Go Bankrupt”

This is the lowest level for oil since 2003.

Clinton and Sanders Profess Outrage Over Flint’s Water Crisis

The Governor of Michigan is under fire from the Democratic presidential candidates after his lack of response to the water crisis in Flint that has made hundreds of people sick.

Demand for Non-GMO Products Hits the Seed Industry

While there is growing interest in Non-GMO Project verification among seed companies, there aren’t many incentives for companies to have their seed verified because the Non-GMO Project focuses more on food.

Obama Ends New Coal Leases on Public Lands

The federal coal leasing program had not been updated for 30 years until Obama’s recent move to stop a majority of new coal leasing on America’s public lands.

Deputy Pleads Guilty to Beating His K-9 Partner on Video

Officer Brett Berry agreed to plead guilty to animal cruelty on the condition that the prosecutor will drop the assault charge.