Saturday, July 4, 2020

650,000 K-12 Children Attend School Within One Mile of a Fracked Well in U.S.

The spread of fracking across the U.S. over the last decade has been damaging to our environment and health, and it’s time to put a stop to the practice and start healing the damage.

Adidas to phase out ‘virgin’ plastic from its sportswear, will only use recycled polyester...

Adidas will start using recycled polyester in its spring and summer 2019 sportswear line in which the products will contain 41 percent of the recycled material.

Conservation organizations question Japan’s controversial ‘scientific whaling’ program after killing 333 minke whales

“The continued killing of any whale is abhorrent to modern society, but these new figures make it even more shocking.”

Chemical spill closes four Lake Michigan beaches

Health groups are pushing for federal regulators to set national drinking water standards.

New library of fossil fuel industry documents provide key ingredient against climate denial and...

On every front, academics, journalists and policymakers compare the fossil fuel industry to the tobacco industry. The two industries share the same...

Nearly 300 sea turtles dead as red tide plagues southwest Florida

"The health and well-being of people and the environment must be prioritized over corporate interests like Big Sugar in the region."

EPA scientists held from attending Alaska summit

The agency’s last-minute change of plans highlighted the concerns of many conference attendees over the future of EPA programs dealing with climate change.

Fatal natural gas explosion rocks Durham, NC

"They tell us gas is safe but it's clearly not."

US solar industry sees phenomenal growth

The American solar industry is projected to triple cumulative capacity over the next five years.

Human extinction now imminent and inevitable? A report on the state of planet earth

Very soon now, the overwhelming evidence is that Homo sapiens will join other species that only exist as part of the fossil record.