Friday, February 21, 2020

2 Pipelines to Mexico Approved by President Obama

The Obama administration has quietly approved two pipelines that go from Texas to Mexico.

There’s Something Iffy About Hillary’s Pick to Set Up her White House

Meet Ken Salazar: The newest appointment for Clinton's administration and a man with a long history of support things Clinton has promised to fight against.

Chief State Scientist Resigns and Accuses Republicans of Covering Up Water Crisis

State Epidemiologist Megan Davies has resigned her position because of the corruption of Governor Pat McCrory's administration.

First Agent Orange, Now Roundup: What’s Monsanto Up to in Vietnam?

Will another drawn-out battle be fought in the rice-fields? And who will win that battle?
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Donald Trump Says There is No Drought in California

Trump claims California is not in a drought and will open up water to farmers if he is elected president.

Costa Rica to become first country in world that’s both plastic and carbon-free

“Decarbonization is the great task of our generation and Costa Rica must be one of the first countries in the world to accomplish it, if not the first.”

In blow to Monsanto, India’s top court upholds decision that seeds cannot be patented

"The Earth will win. Seed will win, Monsanto will lose."

This Super Sustainable House Can Be Built in One Day

Despite being lightweight, the Wikkelhouse is durable and has a minimum life span of 50 years.

Pipeline Owned By the Company Behind Dakota Access Leaks 55,000 Gallons of Gasoline

Sunoco spills crude more often than any of its competitors and has had more than 200 leaks since 2010.

North Dakota bill would let motorists ‘unintentionally cause injury or death’ to protestors

“It’s shocking to see legislation that allows for people to literally be killed for exercising their right to protest in a public space.”