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Earth 'Entering New Extinction Phase' - (June 20, 2015 - Science & Environment / BBC News) - The Earth has entered a new period of extinction, a study by three U.S. universities has concluded, and humans could be among the first casualties.  -




Report: Nuclear Power A Costly Failure




Florida Makes Off-Grid Living Illegal

50% Renewable Electricity Passed By California Senate

This Plant Feasts on More than 6,000 Insects an Hour!

The SeaQualizer Gives Doomed Fish A Fighting Chance

The Deadly Global War For Sand

Chemists devise transformative solar energy storage technology

Unregulated Capitalism Is Destroying The Planet!




The One Percent’s Vile New War On Us All

Study Shows Why All Extreme Weather Is Climate-Related

Single-catalyst water splitter produces hydrogen 24/7




Tiny Solar-powered Sensors

Cocktail Of Common Chemicals May Trigger Cancer

Fukushima Is Causing Americans To Get Cancer

Unlocking fermentation secrets open door to new biofuels

Alien-Like Worm Invades U.S.

How Moon Mining Could Work - (Infographic)

Road traffic noise linked to deaths, increased strokes

Could Courts Save The World From Climate Change?




What’s Really Warming The World? - (June 24, 2015 - by Eric Roston and Blacki Migliozzi - Bloomberg) - Climate deniers blame natural factors; NASA data proves otherwise - (Animated charts)



Renewable Energy From Evaporating Water

A Map Of All The Trees In California

How Bicycle-Powered Cell Phones Are Saving Uganda

Groundbreaking Court Ruling Says State Must Address Climate Change, Thanks To Teen Lawsuit - (June 25, 2015 - by Anastasia Pantsios - EcoWatch) - …a judge in Washington State has ruled in favor of a group of young people who filed a lawsuit last year asking that the state be required to develop a science-based plan for limiting carbon emissions in order to protect the climate for future generations.  -

Nanowires Could Be The LEDs Of The Future

A former Keystone XL lobbyist just joined Team Hillary - (June 26, 2015 - Lindsay Abrams - - Clinton's newest hire has environmentalists questioning her commitment to fighting climate change  -

WATCH OUT For The PoisonousPuss Caterpillar!

These Eight Major World Cities Are Running Out Of Water




Microplastics entering ocean food web through zooplankton, researchers find - (June 29, 2015 - Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre - ScienceDaily) - Tiny microscopic animals called zooplankton are ingesting plastic particles at an alarming rate, according to a new study. That could not only pose a risk to salmon but also spell trouble for the entire aquatic food web -- from zooplankton to humpback whales.  -

What Does 'Low Dose' Mean When It Comes to Exposure to Toxic Chemicals? - (June 29, 2015 - by Genna Reed - Food and Water Watch) - A major study reveals how exposure over 80 different chemicals could have synergistic impacts on the development of cancer.  -




The new regions at risk from mosquitoes carrying diseases

Major Midwest Flood Risk Underestimated By Five Feet

Are Humans Now An Endangered Species? (Answer: Yes!)

CO2 Emissions Threaten Ocean Crisis



8 Strange Sea Creatures

Is Country Air Really Better Than City Air?

New Method Can Make Cheaper Solar Energy Storage

Global Warming Threatens Colder Climate For Europe

Waiting To Harvest After A Rain Enhances Food Safety - (July 3, 2015 - Cornell University - Science Daily) - To protect consumers from foodborne illness, produce farmers should wait 24 hours after a rain or irrigating their fields to harvest crops, experts say. Rain or irrigation creates soil conditions that are more hospitable to Listeria monocytogenes, which when ingested may cause the human illness Listeriosis. Waiting to harvest crops reduces the risk of exposure to the pathogen, which could land on fresh produce.  -

Mass Extinction: The End Of The World As We Know It

A History Of Trash

7 Wild And Beautiful Places That Should Be National Parks

1816: The Year Without A Summer

Do We REALLY Need To Go Outside?

The Salton Sea: Should This Lake Exist?

Barnett shale research raises new concerns about methane emissions - (July 7, 2015 - University of Houston - Science Daily) - Some natural gas wells, compressor stations and processing plants in the Barnett Shale leak far more methane than previously estimated, potentially offsetting the climate benefits of natural gas, a new study has found.  -




Are Michigan’s Pristine Lakes At Risk From Aging Pipelines? - (8 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (July 8, 2015 - PBS NewsHour) - In Michigan, two aging pipelines carry 20 million gallons of crude oil and natural gas a day under some of the most pristine water in the country, the Great Lakes Straits of Mackinac. An oil spill would be devastating to the Great Lakes, which provide drinking water to 30 million people.  -




Alaska’s On Fire And It May Make Climate Change Even Worse - (July 8, 2015 - by Sarah Zhang - Wired) - …hundreds of wildfires burning in Alaska and Canada.

The problem isn’t just scorched landscape—though that’s bad enough, to the tune of 3 million acres and 600 fires in Alaska and over 4,000 wildfires in Canada. ….  ….  But the real problem is that the fires could accelerate the melting of permafrost, a layer of ground that’s never supposed to get above freezing. And permafrost is one of Earth’s great storehouses of carbon. Release it, and you speed up climate change.

What ties all that together is “duff,” the thick layer of moss, twigs, needles, and other living or once-living material that blankets the forest floor. Duff can be up to a foot thick, and it provides the insulation that keeps permafrost cold through even the sunny days of summer. But when fire comes along, duff becomes fuel. Burning duff releases carbon too, of course, but losing it is like ripping the insulation out of a refrigerator.


Losing permafrost wouldn’t just affect Alaskans and Canadians, though. All the permafrost in the world currently stores an estimated 1.4 trillion tons of carbon, twice the amount in the atmosphere. What happens if all that carbon gets released?  -

Real life 'Pac-Man' satellite will clean up space junk

The Koch Brothers’ Plot To Privatize Our National Parks!

Bernie Sanders’ Plan To Make Solar Power More Accessible




The Rapid Growth Of Community Solar Gardens




Norway’s approach to electric cars pays off in a big way

Big Oil Knew! Big Oil Lied! And Planet Earth Got Fried!




Which States Care About The Planet? - (Infographic)




New Challenges To Recycling In The United States

Sea Levels Could Rise At Least 20 Feet - (July 10, 2015 - by Brian Kahn - Climate Central) - Even if world manages to limit global warming to 2°Cthe target number for current climate negotiationssea levels may still rise at least 6 meters (20 feet) above their current heights, radically reshaping the world’s coastline and affecting millions in the process.

That finding comes from a new paper published on Thursday in Science that shows how high sea levels rose the last time carbon dioxide levels were this high.


The study examined past changes and laid out a framework for using them to refine our understanding of what the future holds for coastal communities. According to separate research by Climate Central, a 20-foot sea level rise would reshape the U.S. coast, causing Louisiana to lose its boot and transforming the Bay Area into the Bays Area by forming a second inland bay. It would also threaten the world's coastal nations and megacities.


The big outstanding question — and the one that’s most relevant to people living along the coasts — is just how long it could take sea levels to rise to such great heights. The process isn’t linear. It’s currently accelerating and that trend is expected to continue. [Andrea] Dutton [a geochemist at the University of Florida and one of the study’s co-authors] said her group is working on new techniques to better define the rates of rise, but other efforts have shown tipping points could cause sudden, rapid rises faster than previous estimates.

“There are some recent modeling efforts that now show you could get a section of the Antarctic ice sheet, several meters worth of sea level rise, to go in a decade. We used to think it was centuries,” she said.  -




The Death Of Bees ExplainedParasites, Poison & Humans



Here's Why All The Bees Are Dying

The Mad Science of Nuclear Airplanes

Japan’s 17,000 Tons Of Nuclear Waste In Search Of A Home




Switzerland's Transition Away From Nuclear Power

Scientists Map 5,000 New Ocean Viruses

New Nanogenerator Could Make Cars Much More Efficient

Economics Of Nuclear Power with Arnie Gundersen

4 Big Recycling Myths Tossed Out

Nuclear Waste: Between A Rock And A Hard Place




Aging Nuclear Reactors’ Embrittlement Crisis

The Climate Deception Dossiers

New 'flesh eating' bacteria strain could be spreading worldwide




Fecal Contamination Affects Sand More Than Water

ExxonMobil gave millions to climate-denying lawmakers

Beware Beachgoers: Deadly Bacteria In Florida Waters!

Al Gore On Obama's Plan For Arctic Drilling: It's 'Insane'

New Report Shatters Myth Of 'Nuclear Renaissance'

Fracking Linked To Heart Conditions And Neurological Illness

The Plan For Storing US Nuclear Waste Just Hit A Roadblock

Are the meltdowns at Fukushima Daiichi over? NO!

Nanowires give 'solar fuel cell' efficiency a tenfold boost - (July 17, 2015 - Eindhoven University of Technology - Science Daily) - Researchers make important step towards a solar cell that generates hydrogen

Researchers have developed a very promising prototype of a new solar cell. The material gallium phosphide enables their solar cell to produce the clean fuel hydrogen gas from liquid water. Processing the gallium phosphide in the form of very small nanowires is novel and helps to boost the yield by a factor of ten. And does so using ten thousand times less precious material.  -

BP could get billions in tax breaks on oil spill settlement




Drought Is Just the Beginning Of Our Frightening Water Emergency




The New DDT: Glyphosate (Roundup)

Food Waste - (17-3/4 min. - YouTube) - (July 19, 2015 - John Oliver - Last Week Tonight) - Producers, sellers, and consumers waste tons of food. John Oliver discusses the shocking amount of food we don’t eat.  -

Planet or Profit?




Oceans Slowed Global Temperature Rise, Until Now




Sticky tape and phosphorus the key to ultrathin solar cells

Could A Catastrophic Earthquake Really Destroy Seattle?

135 Years Of Global Warming In 30 Seconds



This Is How The World’s Climate Changed Last Year




Capitalism, Green or Otherwise, Is ''Ecological Suicide''

Common chemicals may act together to increase cancer risk, study finds - (July 21, 2015 - Oregon State University - Science Daily) - Common environmental chemicals assumed to be safe at low doses may act separately or together to disrupt human tissues in ways that eventually lead to cancer, a task force reports.  -

America Has A Whole Lot Of Potentially Active Volcanoes

ALEC's Scary Corporate Agenda -- 7 of Their Most Anti-Democratic and Science-Denying Ideas - (July 22, 2015 - by Brendan Fischer - PR Watch) - ALEC's annual gathering revealed how right-wingers will push dangerous legislation across the country.  -

Why West Nile Virus Is More Dangerous In The Elderly

15 Things You Might Not Know About Yellowstone National Park

America's Yellowstone - (46-1/2 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (July 22, 2015 - Smithsonian Channel) - Welcome to Yellowstone, America's oldest and largest national park. Lose yourself in the majestic landscapes that serve as a giant natural laboratory, with over three million geysers, fifty species of mammals, and three hundred species of birds.  -

Exponentially Accelerating Effects Of Climate Change

Nuclear Bomb Explosion At Sea - Bikini Atolls

'Laughing gas' emissions from farming understated in U.S. - (July 27, 2015 - Emissions of nitrous oxide (N2O) from agriculture in some locations are underestimated by 40% according to new research.

The gas is a significant threat as it contributes both to global warming and the destruction of the ozone layer.

Intensive farming and the use of fertilisers are the biggest human sources of the substance.

This new study adds to a body of evidence that N2O is a far bigger problem than previously thought.  -




Hillary Clinton's New Video On Climate Change

Say Goodbye to Coastlines: New Study Warns of Disastrous Sea Level Rise Within Decades - (July 28, 2015 - By James Hansen / Huffington Post) - A new study finds that an increase of 2 degrees Celsius, rather than being a safe "guardrail" against the worst climate change effects, is actually extremely dangerous.


My conclusion, based on the total information available, is that continued high emissions would result in multi-meter sea level rise this century and lock in continued ice sheet disintegration such that building cities or rebuilding cities on coast lines would become foolish.


A startling conclusion of our paper is that effects of freshwater release onto the Southern Ocean and North Atlantic are already underway....

Here, I expand on our conclusion that the science indicates 2°C is not a safe target. Indeed, 2°C is not only a wrong target, temperature is a flawed metric due to meltwater effect on temperature. Sea level, a critical metric for humanity, is at least on the same plane. Earth's energy imbalance is a critical metric, because energy balance must be restored to stabilize climate, which thus informs us about the required limit on greenhouse gases (GHGs). The Framework Convention on Climate Change, agreed upon at Rio in 1992, defines GHGs as the critical metric, saying that GHGs must be stabilized at a level that avoids "dangerous anthropogenic interference" with climate. Why have policymakers turned away from GHG amount to temperature as the metric with a value (2°C) seemingly pulled from a hat? Could it be because 2°C allows politicians to set emission targets to be achieved in the future when they will be out of office? If we stick to the Framework Convention's GHG metric, we find that the CO2 stabilization level is not 450 ppm or 400 ppm, it is 350 ppm and possibly lower with immediate implications for policy.

The bottom line message scientists should deliver to policymakers is that we have a global crisis, an emergency that calls for global cooperation to reduce emissions as rapidly as practical. We conclude elsewhere and reaffirm in our present paper that the crisis calls for an across-the-board rising carbon fee and international technical cooperation in carbon-free technologies.  -

5 Countries Leading The Way To A Fossil Fuel-Free Future

U.S. National Parks Are Plagued By Serious Air Pollution

Capitalism, 'Green' or Otherwise, Is "Ecological Suicide"

SEEDING FEAR - The Story of Michael White vs Monsanto - (8-3/4 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (July 23, 2015 - KINGS POINT PRODUCTIONS) - The story of a 4th generation farmer and seed cleaner who went toe to toe with Monsanto.  -

Washington D.C. Is (Literally!) Sinking

Did You Know?: Nearly 1 Million Plastic Bags Are Used Every Minute - (Summer 2015 - Missouri Resources Magazine / MO DNR) - Today, approximately ninety percent of grocery and shopping bags are made of plastic. We see them everywhere. We use them to carry our lunch to work, line our bathroom trash cans, and observe them fluttering from tree branches or blowing down the street with a gust of wind. According to 2012 EPA estimates, Americans generate approximately 3.8 million tons of plastic bag, sack and wrap waste annually, of which only 440,000 tons is collected for recycling. Many bags end up as litter and are destined to become among the most common form of ocean refuse, next to cigarette butts. Plastic bags that are not properly disposed of or recycled can find their way into streams and waterways and eventually end up in the ocean, where they can take up to 1,000 years to break down.

Many municipal recycling programs don’t accept plastic bags in their combined recycling bins. The bags are difficult to sort and can become tangled in machinery. To properly recycle plastic bags, save and return them to the specialized recycling bins found in many of the stores that provide bags for customers. Many avoid plastic bags entirely and, instead, bring their own reusable bags. You might be thinking, “What about paper bags?” While paper bags are easier to dispose of or recycle, they also use 40 percent more energy to make and produce more hazardous emissions and water waste during manufacturing.

In the end, it’s about consumption. Reducing our dependence on plastic and paper bags reduces their impact on our environment.  -




Why 70 Percent Of The World’s Seabirds Have Disappeared

Wind Tree uses micro turbine leaves to generate electricity

Abrupt Sea Level Rise And The Collapse Of Civilization




Eyewitness Accounts: The 1811-1812 New Madrid Earthquakes

A Detailed Narrative Of The Dec. 16, 1811 Earthquakes

Global Glaciers Melting Up To 3x Rate Of 20th Century




Fracking Methane Emissions Hugely Underestimated!




Clear Solar Panels Double As Highway Sound Barriers

The Point of No Return: Climate Change Nightmares Are Already Here - (August 5, 2015 - by Eric Holthaus - Rolling Stone Magazine) - The worst predicted impacts of climate change are starting to happenand much faster than climate scientists expected  -

6 Shocking Truths About Cigarettes And The Environment




A Brief History Of The Modern Strawberry




How Dirty Is Your Air? - (This Map Shows You)




The Storm Chase

What Is Radiation?

Trinity - (13-3/4 min. - Vimeo) - (Aug. 6, 2015 - Orbital Mechanics) - Visualization of nuclear detonations from 1945 to present.  -

Scotland to Issue Formal Ban on Genetically Modified Crops




The Teflon Toxin: DuPont and The Chemistry of Deception




Fracking Wastewater Used To Grow Our Food In California

The Scary Journey Of Microplastics Into Your Food

Can We Make Meat Out Of Plants?

How Megafires Are Remaking American Forests

Spokane Has Sued Monsanto for Decades of PCB Poisoning




How Dick Cheney Kicked off an Era of Cancer Clusters and Eco-Disasters from Fracking - (August 13, 2015 - by Wenonah Hauter - EcoWatch) - The Energy Policy Act of 2005, which holds the Halliburton Loophole, exempts oil and gas firms from environmental protection laws.  -




America Is Frying the Planet With Its Corn Fields




Why Tens of Thousands of Toxic Mines Litter the U.S. West

This Is The Real Cost Of Coal

20 Houseplants That Can Clear Toxins From Your Home

Sweetgrass Oil Can Ward Away Mosquitoes




Urban grime releases air pollutants when exposed to sunlight

Introducing Google’s Project Solar Sunroof Calculator




Bug-killing book pages clean murky drinking water




Newly Exposed Methane Threat Trumps Latest 'False Solution' on Emissions - (August 18, 2015 - by Lauren McCauley, staff writer - Common Dreams) - Previously overlooked natural gas gathering facilities spewing as much methane as 37 coal-fired power plants  -



Why Build A Nuclear Power Plant Near A Volcano?

Why You Should Eat Bugs

The Teflon Toxin


Could We All Be Victims Of Teflon Toxin?



6 Bizarre Natural Disasters




California’s Ag Land Is Sinking Hella Fast




Is 2015 The “Big Jump” - When Global Warming Takes Off?

8-8-15 Massive Wet Microburst (+ Slow-Mo) Tucson, AZ

Carbon Nanofibers Made From CO2 In The Air

Ladybugs Take Off - (In Slow Motion) - (2 min. video)

SunEdison Solar Farm Beats Gas With Biggest Colorado Project

Tesla's Game Changer - (7-1/2 min. - video) - (Aug. 18, 2015 - by Arnie Gundersen / Fairewinds Energy Education) - Historians will look back at 2015 as the turning point for producing electricity during the 21st century. The data is in: building new nuclear power plants is too expensive and takes too long. Global climate change can be prevented with a renewable electric grid that will become the new normal. The forecast is simple: dirty forms of energy like coal, nuclear, oil, and fracked gas are no longer cheaper and certainly not cleaner or safer than renewable alternative power like solar, wind, wave, and geothermal.  -

Earthquake Threat Map: Half Of Americans Are At Risk!




'Act of God' Natural Disaster Costs

Insecticide Found In Half Of Sampled U.S. Streams




Hawaii's Spike In Birth Defects Puts Focus On GM Crops

The Unlikely Tale Of A Tenacious Snail




Plants That Keep Themselves Warm




Dangerous Algal Blooms Threaten U.S. Waters - (August 24, 2015 - by Alexandra Cousteau / EcoWatch) - The nation's water systems are increasingly at risk of nutrient pollution.  -

Carbon credits undercut climate change actions says report




How Astronauts Grow Plants In Space




Are Vertical Farms The Future Of Agriculture?

Attorney Hounding Climate Scientists Is Covertly Funded By Coal Industry

NASA: World 'Locked Into' at Least 3 Feet of Sea Level Rise




Can This Carbon Nanomaterial Solve Global Warming?




Urban grime releases air pollutant when exposed to sunlight

10 Facts About Krakatoa's 1883 Eruption




The GOP's Shocking Attack On America's National Forests

The Grand Canyon Is Full Of Mercury




160 Years Of Hurricanes - (Infographic)

Watching Rising Seas From Space

11 Tips For Conserving Water

Why The Free Market Won't Solve Global Warming

Artificial Leaf Harnesses Sunlight For Efficient Fuel Production

Around The World, Olive Trees Are In Trouble




Tiny amounts of Monsanto’s Roundup may damage liver, kidneys




Angry with EPA over St. Louis area Radioactive Landfill

Better Signs Reduce Friction Between Motorists, Bicyclists

California’s Katrina Is Coming

The Disturbing History Behind U.S. National Parks

Research nixes link between solar activity, climate change




The invisible ocean threat that ripples through the food chain




Fukushima: The End of Mankind?

Fukushima Report Dangerously Downplays Ongoing Health Risks

Almost perfectbattery from MIT

Why We Should Be Urban Farming

Which Indoor Plant Is Right For You? - (Infographic)

Mass Extinction: Life At The Brink - (46 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (Aug 31, 2015 - Smithsonian Channel) - It's death on an unimaginable scale, when a majority of Earth's species quickly vanish. It's called "mass extinction," it's occurred at least five times before, and some experts believe it's on the verge of happening again. Is our planet in trouble?  -

Evidence That Earth's First Mass Extinction Was Caused By Critters Not Catastrophe - (September 2, 2015 - Vanderbilt University / Science Daily) - A powerful analogy for what is happening today

The Earth's first mass extinction event 540 million years ago was caused not by a meteorite impact or volcanic super-eruption but by the rise of early animals that dramatically changed the prehistoric environment.  -



Extravagant CEO Pay Packages Are Fostering Planet's Destruction - (September 2, 2015 - by Nadia Prupis, staff writer - Common Dreams) - Report outlines how sky-high payouts and pervasive "short-termism" are promoting reckless climate behavior from fossil fuel executives  -



What Happened to a Gov't. Scientist Whose Findings Stood in the Way of Big Oil's Plans for Arctic Drilling - (September 1, 2015 - By Kamil Ahsan - AlterNet) - The fate of Dr. Charles Monnett and the suppression of his work is a lesson in corporate strong-arming.  -

Super solar cells collect higher energy photons 30 times better

Why D.C. Wants To Teach Every Kid How To Ride A Bicycle

Tampa, Florida May Be Due For Extreme "Grey Swan" Hurricanes - (August 31, 2015 - by Katie Nodjimbadem - Smithsonian) - A new model combines historical data and physical modeling to find the risks of catastrophic storms in unexpected places


...according to a new model, climate change may cause an increase in less predictable “grey swan” tropical storms around the world. If it bears out, the model suggests that Tampa, Florida; Cairns, Australia and the Persian Gulf are all at risk of highly damaging hurricanes sometime in the next century.

Statistically speaking, a black swan is an event, like a storm, that comes as a total surprise. By contrast, grey swan storms are harder to see coming based on historical information alone, but they could potentially be predicted using a combination of historical records and knowledge of an area's changing physical conditions, from the local climate to rising sea level.


[The] model predicts that Tampa could experience hurricane storm surges of about 20 feet today and 36 feet by the end of the century. Because Tampa has not experienced a major tropical storm since 1921, people may have forgotten that the city is vulnerable to such extremes....  -

Science Proves Coal And Coal Ash Waste Is Radioactive!

How One Doctor Fought a Giant Pesticide Company And Won

Growing Doubt: A Scientist’s Experience of GMOs

Third U.S. City Goes 100% Renewable


How Koch Industries IS Undermining Renewables



How Many Trees Are There In The World?




Earth Has Lost Half of Its Trees Since the Dawn of Civilization

A Brief Guide To Atmospheric Pollutants - (Infographic)




Solar Water-splitting Technology Developed - (September 4, 2015 - Rice University - Science Daily) - Researchers have demonstrated an efficient new way to capture the energy from sunlight and convert it into clean, renewable energy by splitting water molecules. The technology uses sunlight-harvesting gold nanoparticles.  -




Efficient Heating For Electric Cars

Radioactive Texas Waste Dump Threatens Key U.S. Water Resource

U.S. Nuclear Accident in 1965 Was Staged, Documents Show

Artificial 'Plants' Could Fuel The Future




Delayed effects of oil spill compromise long-term fish survival




Monsanto’s Herbicide Linked To Brain Cancer In Children

Most Americans Agree With Bernie Sanders

California Labels Monsanto’s Roundup As A Carcinogen




“Radiation is Good for You!” and Other Tall Tales of the Nuclear Industry




Diablo Canyon Could Be California's Fukishima




Researchers Warn Melting Permafrost May Awaken 'Giant Viruses'

Did 'Pro-Nuclear Fanatics' Get U.S. Nuke Regulator To Cancel A Cancer Study? - (September 10, 2015 - by Nadia Prupis, staff writer - Common Dreams) - The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission cancelled an in-progress study on cancer risks for populations living near reactor sites.

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) on Tuesday announced that it was cancelling an in-progress study on cancer risks for populations living near reactor sites, citing cost and expected low value of the overall project—but at least one nuclear watchdog group is charging the agency with being part of a cover-up.

Beyond Nuclear, which describes itself as an organization that tracks "health, safety and environmental dangers of nuclear power facilities," said the NRC's decision to drop the study after completing its first phase was "outrageous" and comes at "the expense of public health and safety."  -

The GOP Is Committing Environmental Treason!




Burning remaining fossil fuel could cause 60-meter sea level rise

The Most Surprising Facts About Hummingbirds!

The Dirty Secret at The Bottom of The Great Lakes: Oil & Water

Overlooked Organisms Are The Key To Life As We Know It

Is America Ready For A 'Democratic Socialist?' - (September 14, 2015 - by the presidential campaign’s preseason has been [U.S. Senator] Bernie Sanders, the independent from Vermont running for the Democratic nomination, who is drawing big crowds and gobbling up poll space from Hillary Clinton.

Sanders’ clearest description of what he means by democratic socialism came just after he was first elected to the Senate in 2006, when he told Democracy Now that it means government has got to play a very important role in making sure that as a right of citizenship, all of our people have health care; that as a right, all of our kids, regardless of income, have quality child care, are able to go to college without going deeply into debt.

Further, he said, “it means we do not allow large corporations and moneyed interests to destroy our environment; that we create a government in which it is not dominated by big-money interest.”

Wealth should serve the people,” he said, to applause.The people should not have to serve money and wealth.  -

Leading Climatologist Dr. James Hansen - (10-1/4 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (Sept. 9, 2015 - VisionPlanetMedia) - Dr James Hansen, leading climatologist, speaks about climate change is now "an emergency". He describes his report, "Ice Melt, Sea Level Rise, and Superstorms" as a warning that oceans will rise much more quickly than previously thought, if we don't act now to reverse fossil fuel use. He speaks about the lawsuit he has joined with 21 youth against the U.S. over fossil fuel energy, because the government knew it was the cause of climate change but supported the fossil fuel industry anyway.  -

Exxon’s Own Scientists Confirmed Climate Change In The ‘70s!

New Way To Store Solar Energy Could Lead To More Common Solar Cell Usage - (September 14, 2015 - Missouri University of Science and Technology) - Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology have developed a relatively inexpensive and simple way to split water into hydrogen and oxygen through a new electrodeposition method. The method produces highly efficient solar cells that can gather solar energy for use as fuel.  -

The Arctic Sea Tumbles To A New Low - (7-3/4 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (Sept. 17, 2015 - Thom Hartmann / The Big Picture RT) - Mary Nicol, Greenpeace, joins Thom. Arctic sea ice is now vanishing at an astounding rate. Does this mean we've reached a point of no return for the climate?  -

The 10 Largest Companies Obstructing Climate Policy

Omega-3s Are Vital For A Healthy Ocean




Testing The Limits Of Saltwater Intrusion




Global Warming 'Hiatus' Never Happened, Scientists Say




We’re Aiming At 200 Feet Or More Of Sea Level Rise!

Why America's Deadly Love Affair With Bottled Water Has To Stop

Jail The Climate Deniers! - (8-1/2 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (Sept. 19, 2015 - Thom Hartmann / The Big Picture RT) - Another day, another warning sign that climate change could soon spin rapidly out of control. According to a new study out of Lund University in Sweden - the melting of arctic sea ice - which is now happening at an alarmingly fast rate - is increasing the release of methane into the atmosphere. So why is this such a big deal? Easy - Methane is one of the strongest of the natural greenhouse gases. It’s about 80 times more potent than CO2 - and while it may not get as much attention as its cousin CO2 - it certainly can do as much - if not more - damage to our planet. As my recent documentary "Last Hours" pointed out - a massive release of methane could produce a sudden global warming event that could lead to an extinction of species on a wide scale - including humans.  -

Nuclear waste site near Huron spells disaster for Great Lakes




Are Floods The Worst They’ve Ever Been?

Climate Change Deniers Should Be In Prison - (9 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (Sept. 21, 2015 - ThomHartmann) - Thom Hartmann asks climate change denier Paul Driessen, Senior Policy Analyst-Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) why he should not be thrown in prison for lying to the American public about climate change.  -

Earthquakes can trigger copycat quakes 1000 kilometres away

Earth’s Soil Is Getting Too Salty For Crops To Grow




Researchers Reveal When Global Warming First Appeared

Your Body Is Surrounded by Clouds of Skin and Fart Bacteria

10 Terrific Facts About Trilobites

Tiny carbon-capturing motors may help tackle rising carbon dioxide levels - (September 23, 2015 - University of California - San Diego / ScienceDaily) - Machines that are much smaller than the width of a human hair could one day help clean up carbon dioxide pollution in the oceans. Nanoengineers have designed enzyme-functionalized micromotors that rapidly zoom around in water, remove carbon dioxide and convert it into a usable solid form.  -




Hybrid ultrasmall gold nanocluster for enzymatic fuel cells

Concern Over Hidden Diesel Pollutant




New Hybrid Solar Panel Roof Slashes Energy Bills

Three Years Until The Next Ice Age? - (5-3/4 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (Sept. 25, 2015 - ThomHartmann) - Thom Hartmann talks about the slow down of the global ocean conveyor belt and how it could lead to the next ice age in Europe within three years.  -

1-in-4 Chance The Fish You Just Ordered Contains Plastic

Dirty Money, Dirty Science

The Roots Of Organic Farming On Campus

Earth’s Oceans Show Decline In Microscopic Plant Life




Herbicide Use Is Creating Zombie Weeds That Just Won't Die

10 Tiny CreaturesControlling Your World

Is The Atlantic Sinking?

DIY Spray-on Solar Cell Technology

How Microbeads In Body Wash Are Ruining The Ocean

World’s tiniest snail is so small that 10 fit in a needle’s eye

Near-Total Meltdown of Fukushima Reactor 2 Confirmed




Goods manufactured in China not good for the environment

Using Leftovers To Save The Planet

Making Batteries With Portabella Mushrooms - (September 29, 2015 - University of California - Riverside / ScienceDaily) - Porous structure of portabella mushrooms is key to making efficient batteries that could power cell phones, electric vehicles

[Researchers] have created a new type of lithium-ion battery anode using portabella mushrooms, which are inexpensive, environmentally friendly and easy to produce.  -

Lighting The Way To A Better World - (6-1/2 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (Sept. 29, 2015 - ThomHartmann) - Thom Hartmann talks with Jehmu Greene with the WakaWaka Foundation, a global social enterprise that develops, manufactures and markets the world's most efficient solar lamps and chargers, and has met and surpassed its Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) commitment to empower one million people living without access to electricity with life-saving, life-enhancing solar lights by 2016.  -

Invisibility Cloak Might Enhance Efficiency Of Solar Cells




Solar Energy: Hydrogen For All Seasons

How A Car Racing The Outback Can Boost Solar In The U.S.

Many natural World Heritage sites threatened by oil, mining

Climate Change Is Turning 500-Year Floods Into 24-Year Ones

Misconceptions About Climate Change

Is The Atlantic Ocean’sGreat Conveyor BeltFailing?

Hotel 'Greenwashing' Dirties Eco-Friendly Reputation

Solar Energy Sees Eye-Popping Price Drops

The Worst Nuclear Testing You've Never Heard Of

Why Americans Don’t Eat Enough Vegetables




Human reproduction, health broadly damaged by toxic chemicals




Clean Indoor Air: VOCs & CO2 - (Infographic)

Anxiety rises near Bridgeton Landfill as emergency plans disclosed - (Oct. 6, 2015 - by Jacob Barker - St. Louis Post-Dispatch) - As anxiety grows in neighborhoods near the Bridgeton Landfill, newly released emergency plans may be of little comfort.

Some say concern among residents and area officials has heightened since Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster released reports last month that said an underground fire at the landfill was moving toward radioactive waste in the adjacent West Lake Landfill.

Koster’s office also said some radioactive contamination was outside West Lake, a Superfund site overseen by the Environmental Protection Agency.  ….


First reported by KMOX (1120 AM), the county’s emergency plan says if the fire reaches contaminated areas of West Lake, there is a potential for radioactive fallout to be released in the smoke plume and spread throughout the region.

The cities of Bridgeton, Hazelwood, Maryland Heights, Champ and St. Charles would bedirectly affected,” the plan says. It details an evacuation plan, communication and other responses.  -

The Greenest Island In The World?




Honeybees Are Facing A Global Threat, And If They Go, So Do We

How Do Car Companies Cheat Emissions Tests?



VW Scandal Called 'Crime Against Climate'

Radioactive St. Louis: Gov’t. Nuclear Waste Scandal Exposed!

St. Louis Plans For Landfill Catastrophic Nuclear Event

Frogpocalypse: Frog Species Go Extinct At Alarming Rate




See The Extreme Ice Changes Near The Antarctic Peninsula




Drought-desperate California sinksRisk of flood is rising!

Candle soot can power the lithium batteries in electric cars

Dirt-cheap catalyst may lower fuel costs for hydrogen-powered cars

Polluter Interests Spending Millions On Disinformation Campaigns




Scientists: A dramatic worldwide coral bleaching event is now underway

Monsanto vs. Freedom of Information Act

How The U.S. Army Saved Our National Parks

Climate Change 'Tipping Points' And The Fate Of The Earth




Misconceptions About The Ocean

The War On Science

Off-leash Dogs Are Incompatible With S.F. Golden Gate N.P.

How We Created A Monster In The American Southwest

The EPA broke the law when it approved a new pesticide




Wildlife Federation Files Suit Over Pipeline Spills




Toxic Road Runoff Kills Adult Coho Salmon In Hours




Is Ecotourism An Oxymoron?

Time-Lapse: Beautiful Cacti Bloom Before Your Eyes

Nearly A Third Of World's Cacti Face Extinction

Solar and Wind Just Passed Another Big Turning Point




Spy Agency Maps Show How the Arctic Is Heating Up




This is What a Mass Die-off of Earth's Coral Reefs Looks Like

Map Shows Where Sea Level Rise Will Drown American Cities




John Oliver: North Dakota’s Deadly Bakken



The Invention Of Nature: Alexander Von Humboldt’s New World

A Mountain Of Radioactive Waste In St. Louis County



Missouri’s Weldon Springs Nuclear Waste Mess

Global Marine Analysis Suggests Food Chain Collapse




What’s The Best Way To Stop Mass Extinction?

Bernie Sanders: Our Biggest Threat is Climate Change




It's Too Late To Save Over 400 U.S. Cities From Rising Seas

Biosphere 2: The World's Largest Earth Science Experiment

Scientists Identify Climate 'Tipping Points'

The World's Smallest Robots: Rise of The Nanomachines

How Monsanto Solicited Academics To Bolster Their Pro-GMO Propaganda — Using Taxpayer Dollars - (October 15, 2015 - by Katherine Paul / AlterNet) - Thousands of emails reveal how the biotech giant enlisted public university academics to prop up their massive PR machine.  -




'Unparalleled Evil': Exxon Has Done More Destroy Planet Earth Than Any Other Corporation - (October 15, 2015 - by Bill McKibben / The Guardian) - The truth of Exxon’s complicity in global warming must to be told how they knew about climate change decades ago but chose to help kill our planet.  -

“Mind-blowing” die off of seabirds underway from California to Alaska




Chart Shows Why El Niño Won’t Fix California’s Drought




Renewables Can Create Jobs And Heal The Planet: Report

Kentucky farmers are quitting tobacco and turning to hemp

Why The TPP Should Shake Up Environmentalism’s Big Tent

Congress tries to speed up contentious post-fire logging

An Immersive Voyage Into Germany’s Energy Revolution

Can Plastic-Eating Worms Solve Our Trash Problem?

Demystifying Nuclear Power: Nuclear IS Atomic




Improving Ultrathin CIGSe Solar Cells With Nanoparticles




The Key To Cheap Electric Cars? Ditch The Steering Wheel!

Diesels Fumes Alter Half The Flower Smells Bees Need

Digitizing Natural History




7 Fascinating Facts About Bats




2 degree C warming locks in sea level rise for thousands of years




28 Inspiring Urban Agriculture Projects

Canada’s new government heralds freedom of speech for scientists

Paul Stamets: 6 Ways Mushrooms Can Save The World



Patent That Could Destroy Monsanto And Change The World

Fall As You Know It Is Disappearing

CDC Investigating Possible Cancer Cluster Near St. Louis - (October 20, 2015 - by Vinita Nair / CBS News) - NORTH ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. -- An unusual number of rare cancers has the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention investigating a community outside St. Louis, Missouri.


The group put together a map showing more than 2,700 instances of cancers, auto-immune disorders and brain and thyroid tumors.

The area where they lived is called North County, which includes Hazelwood and Florrisant. Coldwater Creek runs thru the towns.

For decades, two sites near the creek were used to store radioactive waste from America's nuclear weapons program.

The waste came from St. Louis's Mallinckrodt Chemical Company, which the government hired to process uranium.

Tens of thousands of barrels of nuclear waste, many open to the elements, contaminated the soil at the sites and the nearby creek.  -

The Threat Of Low-level Radiation

Underground fire burning near nuclear waste in Missouri - (October 28, 2015 - The CBS Evening News) - Nuclear waste illegally dumped in a Missouri landfill during the 1970s may be under threat from an underground fire that's been burning at the landfill for five years. Worried residents are fired up as well.  -

Exxon's Climate Coverup

Permafrost Warming In Parts Of Alaska Is 'Unbelievable'

Your Sunscreen Is Killing Earth's Coral Reefs

How WE Can Save The Planet




Photo Evidence: Glacier National Park Is Melting Away

Monsanto Recruited Scientists To Write About Benefits Of GMOs

Fire & Explosion At Radioactive Waste Dump n.w. of Las Vegas!

“Nuclear fire” erupts at radioactive facility near major U.S. city


Radiation Sensors In Major U.S. Cities Turned Off By EPA

Oklahoma Fracking Earthquakes Are A National Security Threat

How Does Viewing Nature Affect Your Brain?

Why Millennials Are Fatter Than Their Parents

An Underground Fridge That Does Not Use Electricity

The Real Reason Leaves Change Color In the Fall

Smarter Copyright Laws Could Stop The Next VW Scandal - (Oct.  27, 2015 - by Kyle Wiens - Wired) - The trusted car company duped regulatory bodies around the world with just a few lines of code buried in the programming.


The VW scandal isn’t a freak event, it’s the new normal. And it will remain that way until America’s overzealous copyright laws stop trampling research and innovation.

It doesn’t surprise me that the German automaker was able to pull off a massive scam, right under the nose of a powerful US regulatory organization. There’s a law banning you from looking for the kind of crap VW was pulling: the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, or DMCA.

Section 1201 of the DMCA makes it illegal to circumvent digital locks like the carrier lock on your phone or the password controlling access to the diagnostic system of your vehicle. The 1998 law was intended to stop people from breaking encryption over CDs and DVDs. But Section 1201 isn’t platform-specific. It applies to all programming with a lock on it.

The law enacted to stop piracy wound up giving manufacturers veto power over tinkering with code. You can’t even look at it without the manufacturer’s permission. How do you uncover corporate malfeasance when you’re legally mandated to wear blinders?


Any time someone puts a lock on something that belongs to you, and won’t give you a key, they’re not doing it for your benefit,” says copyright expert Cory Doctorow.


After nearly two decades under the DMCA, it’s clear that our copyright laws are out of control, that they restrict research rather than promote innovation. Something needs to change. Section 1201 is undemocratic. It’s anti-consumer. And it hands control of our things to corporate entities whose motivations may not be aligned with the public’s interest.  -

Ancient permafrost quickly transforms to carbon dioxide upon thaw

Why You Should Care About Pollution - (Infographic)

Bill Gates: The Private Sector Is Inept - (October 27, 2015 - by Janet Allon - AlterNet) - Bill Gates, still the world's richest man after all these years, does not have a lot of faith in his fellow billionaires or even capitalism when it comes to doing the right thing. It turns out he thinks the private sector is too selfish and inept to tackle the dire climate change situation, and relying on it would be courting disaster. Better to take a quasi socialist approach and remove the profit motive altogether from this important work.

In a wide-ranging interview with The Atlantic recently, Gates tacked pretty hard to the left. "There's no fortune to be made," he said, when it comes to developing clean energy sources and mitigating climate change. Besides, he pointed out, "the private sector is in general inept. How many companies do venture capitalists invest in that go poorly? By far most of them.” 

Since World War II, U.S.-government R&D has defined the state of the art in almost every area,” Gates told the Atlantic. “When I first got into this I thought, ‘How well does the Department of Energy spend its R&D budget?’ And I was worried: ‘Gosh, if I’m going to be saying it should double its budget, if it turns out it’s not very well spent, how am I going to feel about that? But as I’ve really dug into it, the DARPA money is very well spent, and the basic-science money is very well spent. The government has these ‘Centers of Excellence.’ They should have twice as many of those things, and those things should get about four times as much money as they do.  -

Every Bird Native To North America In A Single Poster

The True Cost Of Fossil Fuels

Climate Change Is Happening. Here's How We Adapt

Revolutionizing The Way We Grow Food

Consequences Of St. Louis Nuke Legacy Emerge



Cancer Linked To Radioactive Waste Exposure In Missouri



Residents in St. Louis [County] dying in record numbers from World War II radioactive waste - (Oct. 28, 2015 -by  Matt Young - - In 2011, residents across an American community in St. Louis [County] began to notice a chain of inexplicably high incidents of cancer and disease across its population.

For decades, both former and current residents from approximately 90 municipalities in the Missouri [county] were diagnosed with a long list of life-threatening illnesses, including leukaemia, lupus, brain tumours, appendix cancer, multiple sclerosis, birth defects and many more. People died. Babies died. And they’re still dying to this day, dubbed “the poison children of Coldwater Creek.”  -

Argentina May Have Figured Out How To Get GMOs Right

House 'Science' Committee Witch Hunt Is Worse Than Benghazi!

Are Humans Destroying Their Own Nest?

What's Killing The Babies Of Vernal, Utah?

St. Louis Moms Up In Arms Over Nuclear Waste Fears

Alarming Uptick Of Fracking-related Earthquakes In Kansas

The Congressional Witch Hunt Against NOAA Scientists

Whistleblower: USDA Censors Anti-Pesticide Reports




The Hidden Meltdown Of Greenland

Prolonged Exposure to Even LOW Level Radiation Increases the Risk of Cancer

Is Desalination The Future Of Drought Relief In California?

Feds underestimated risks of Atlantic offshore oil and gas exploration




The climate fact no one will admit: 2 °C warming is inevitable

Home Energy Special - (23-3/4 min. - video) - (Oct. 22, 2015 - ASK THIS OLD HOUSE / PBS) - In a special episode of Ask This Old House, Richard and Kevin take a trip to Germany to discover how the country has become a world leader in energy efficiency. They find answers in the mechanical rooms of a home and a bed and breakfast. Plus, Kevin and Ross head to Texas to install a residential wind turbine in Texas. --- [Note…Expires: 10/26/2016]:  -

St. Louis' Nuclear Waste Contamination Documentary

Why The United States Leaves Deadly Chemicals On The Market - (Nov. 2, 2015 - by Valerie Brown and Elizabeth Grossman - InTheseTimes) - A 6-month investigation finds that the revolving door between government and the chemical industry has led the EPA to rely on easily manipulated research. The result? Toxic substances remain in everyday products.  -

Don’t Rake Those Fall Leaves

Why The Sand Of Many Dunes Sing, Boom, And Even Burp

What Is Happening To Antarctica's Ice Sheets - (Nov. 3, 2015 - by Danny Lewis - - While parts of Antarctica get icier, others are on the verge of collapse

climate scientists announced that west Antarctica’s ice sheet could collapse into the sea if the melting oceanside glaciers disappear. The study, which heightens fears of the region's instability, comes on the heels of a NASA report that found ice sheets in eastern Antarctica are actually growing. While these findings may seem contradictory at first glance, it is a perfect showing of how climate change can have different effects in different locations.  -

Study Shows Antarctic Melting Approaching 'Unstoppable' Tipping Point

Youths across U.S. suing to push government on climate change




The New McCarthyism: How The Fear Of Socialism Fuels America's Climate Denial - (November 3, 2015 - by Naomi Oreskes, Erik Conway / Adbusters) - If climate change is, as Nicholas Stern said, "the greatest and widest-ranging market failure ever seen," then governments will need to act. And that's precisely what right-wing climate deniers don't want.  -

EPA Used Monsanto’s Research To Give Roundup A Pass

Fukushima Can Now Kill You Within 45 Minutes!

How Do Trees Transport Water From Roots To Leaves?

15 Scenic Facts About The Great Barrier Reef

Bernie Sanders Proposes BOLD Climate Change Policy

Pollution Belches Back

Some 3-D Printed Objects Are Toxic

Exploding Radioactive Waste Warning: Keep It Above Ground

Full Text Of TPP Released To Public...And It's Horrible

TPP A Total Corporate Power Grab Nightmare

TPP: Designed To Protect Investors!

7 Surprising Uses For Diamonds

Is Fungus As Gross As You Think It Is?

Membrane 'nano-fasteners' key to next-generation fuel cells

Suspicious Cancer Surge In St. Louis Area

Is The USDA Silencing Scientists?

Air Pollution Is Ruining Europe's Ancient Monuments

Did Nikola Tesla Invent Free Energy?

Biologists Could Soon Resurrect Extinct Species. But Should They?

The Biggest Environmental Problem People Don't Know About

Smith Island, Maryland, Is Sinking!

10 Ways Ocean Pollution Makes Us Sick - (Infographic)




Overheated Planet Entering 'Uncharted Territory At Frightening Speed'




Radioactive St. Louis: West Lake Landfill Nuclear Waste & Liability

Monsanto Accused Of Knowingly Polluting SF Bay With Toxic PCBs

Oil dispersants can suppress natural oil-degrading microorganisms

Here's How Much Radiation You're Exposed To In Everyday Life

The Largest Nuclear Disaster You've Never Heard Of




Massive Northeast Greenland Glacier Is Rapidly Melting

Nanopores Could Take The Salt Out Of Seawater

100% Green Power Users

If Global Warming Is Real, Why Is Antarctic Ice Growing?

Can Sylvia Earle Save The Oceans? - (Nov. 12, 2015 - by Ian Frazier - Outside Magazine) - The marine biologist has done things in the ocean that would scare most people senseless. She's been alone in total darkness thousands of feet down, hovered under a Russian ship as it pinged her submarine, and been charged by huge sharks. But one thing does frighten her: the dire state of our overfished and polluted seas, something she spends every waking hour trying to change.

Almost the first thing Sylvia Earle said to me was, “The oceans are dying.

….  As the world’s best-known oceanographer—Sylvia is to our era what Jacques Cousteau was to an earlier one—she feels a heavy responsibility. In her lifetime, she has seen the ocean damaged in ways humans never thought it could be. The ongoing disaster leaves her mournful, desolate, and sometimes scary to talk to.  ….

Every day more signs appear that seem to prove her dire predictions right. She sees portents of human beings’ alteration of the oceans visible to no one else. Our leavings are now everywhere: she knows that off California, about 10,500 feet down, a solitary white plastic patio chair sits on the bottom as if its occupant had just gotten up to turn the steaks. She watches sea life being destroyed from every direction, between over-fishing and pollution and rising temperatures, with the ocean’s chemistry going to hell and reef paradises that she used to love now dead and rotting. As Pope Francis noted in his recent encyclical on climate change, “Coral reefs comparable to the great forests on dry land … are already barren or in a state of constant decline.” Sylvia began warning about that nightmare decades ago.


….  Today, garbage patches the size of small countries rotate in the centers of various oceans. A study of ocean trash in 2009 found that cigarette butts were the most common debris, with plastic bags second. Of unknown danger are the much smaller pieces of plastic that infuse the seas and probably will forever. Marine animals ingest plastic fragments and die. Lost or discarded nylon fishing nets and monofilament longlines drift endlessly, catching and killing hundreds of thousands more every year. According to another study, a detritus-filled part of the Pacific holds six pounds of floating trash for every pound of natural plankton.

…. Excess CO2 in the atmosphere leads to ocean acidification, which is already destroying the shells of sea snails and other tiny creatures near the base of the ocean’s food chain. …. Perhaps 70 percent of the oxygen on the planet comes from photosynthesis taking place in organisms in or near the few sunlight-rich feet of water at the ocean’s surface. The ocean supplies about two of every three breaths we take. What climate change will do to that oxygen production is ominous and uncertain.  -

Solar Storm Survival Plan

Living Near Trees Makes You Live LongerSeriously

Climate more sensitive to carbon dioxide than previously thought

How Plants Attract Bodyguards

Here’s The Link Between Climate Change & Terrorism

Earth's Underground Water Quantified - (Map)

Can We Power Everything With Solar Panels?

Low-oxygen 'dead zones' in North Pacific linked to past ocean-warming events - (November 18, 2015 - Oregon State University - ScienceDaily) - A new study has found a link between abrupt ocean warming at the end of the last ice age and the sudden onset of low-oxygen, or hypoxic conditions that led to vast marine dead zones.

Large-scale warming events about 14,700 and again 11,500 years ago occurred rapidly and triggered loss of oxygen in the North Pacific, raising concern that low-oxygen areas will expand again as the ocean warms in the future. Anomalous warmth occurring recently in the Northeastern Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea -- dubbed "The Blob" -- is of a scale similar to the events documented in the geologic record, the researchers say. If such warming is sustained, oxygen loss becomes more likely.


the new study found a clear connection between two prehistoric intervals of abrupt ocean warming that ended the last ice age with an increase in the flux of marine plankton sinking to the seafloor, ultimately leading to a sudden onset of low-oxygen conditions, or hypoxia.


"During each warming event, the transition to hypoxia occurred abruptly and persisted for about 1,000 years, suggesting a feedback that sustained or amplified hypoxia." [lead author Summer] Praetorius added.  -

America's Nuclear Legacy - More than 6,000 Nuclear Dumps...and Counting - (23 min. - video) - (Nov. 17, 2015 - Fairewinds Energy Education) - In Fairewinds’ latest video, Chief Engineer Arnie Gundersen and Dr. Marco Kaltofen, nuclear forensics expert and president of Boston Chemical Data Corporation, discuss major problems that continue to plague radioactive waste dumps with toxic releases that impact people and the environment in the United States and abroad.  -

Climate Change: It’s Real. It’s Serious. It’s up to us to Solve it.

Yearly Biosphere Cycle - (NASA Animation)

Sea traffic pollutes our lungs more than previously thought

How Ocean Pollution Affects Humans - (Infographic)

Electronic Plants Created

Earth's Deserts Are Growing And There's Nothing We Can Do

It’s Cheaper For Airlines To Cut Emissions Than You Think

Graham Hancock: Ancient Extinction Revealed

Climate Study Finds Evidence Of Global Shift In The 1980s




Storing Solar Energy Underground For A Cloudy Day

Scientists create genetically modified malaria-blocking mosquitoes

Teflon Component Tied To Kids' Weight Gain




Cooking With Chloraminated Water And Salt Could Create Toxic Molecules - (November 24, 2015 - Elsevier - ScienceDaily) - Cooking with chloraminated water could put potentially harmful toxins in your food, according to a new study published in Water Research. The study reveals several molecules that are almost completely new to researchers, created by cooking with chloraminated tap water and iodized table salt.  -

GOP Presidential Candidates Understand Almost NO Science!

Are Pesticides To Blame For The Massive Bee Die-off? - (8-3/4 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (Nov. 24, 2015 - PBS NewsHour) - Commercial beekeepers across America have been struggling with great numbers of bee deaths over the past few years. What’s behind their failing health? Some research points to a class of pesticide that’s coated onto a large proportion of corn and soybeans grown in the U.S. Allison Aubrey of NPR reports.  -

Exxon’s $31M Campaign To Deny Climate Change

Journalists Failed To Disclose Sources’ Funding From Monsanto

Nuclear Industry's Secret Santa

UFO, Science & Environmental Anomalies - Earthfiles

Manhattan Project site to remain toxic for almost a century!

Racing Extinction: How Humanity Is Killing The World




Global Warming's Unacknowledged Threat: The Pentagon

The 19th Century And The Dominance Of The Electric Car

Earth's Magnetic Field Is Not About To Flip




10 Incredible Forests You Can Visit - (Photos)

Technology makes metal wires on solar cells nearly invisible to light

The Arctic's Endangerment Affects Us All

Republicans Are Trying To Kill The Government For Good

Monsanto... Buying Journalists Now?

4 Ways Exxon Stopped Action On Climate Change

Global warming disaster could suffocate life on planet Earth




The Huge Power Of Solar Energy - (Infographic)

Fukushima’s Radiation U.S. Danger Goes Largely Uncovered

The Problem With Carbon Capture And Storage

Did Earth Always Have Water?

Climate Change 101 with Bill Nye

Pushing The Limits Of Solar Cells

Fracking Now A Threat To National Security?

ALEC Works To Scuttle Global Climate Agreement

Storing Electricity In Paper

Climate Scientists Angry At Denialists Now Taking Action




Murals Depict Birds Threatened By Climate Change - (Photos)

A Big Fat Radioactive Lie

If The Planet Is Doomed, It's The Republicans' Fault!

Study: Richest 10% Are Causing Climate Change

Map Shows Exactly Where The Country’s Wind Farms Are

Uncovering Proof Of Mass Extinction By Comet

Top 10 Reasons Why Bernie Sanders May Actually Become President

Climate Wars...Greenpeace VS. ALEC!




Bernie Sanders UnveilsPeople Before PollutersClimate Plan

Monsanto On Trial For Crimes Against Nature And Humanity



Study Linking GMOs And Tumors Vindicated

Meet The Earthship - (7 min. - video) - (Dec. 2, 2015 - The Adaptors) - Outside of Taos, New Mexico, you'll find a community of people living in off-grid homes made of garbage. The homes are called Earthships and were invented by Michael Reynolds.  -

Scientists Create Infertile Mosquitoes

We Must Refuse To Participate In The Destruction Of The Planet

The Power Of The Sun: Efficient Desalinization

Geoengineering Is Too Risky, Scientists!

Turning Gravity Into Light

Bernie Sanders Unveils Aggressive Climate Change Platform

Eco-Friendly Battery And Solar Cell All-In-One

Polluted Air Makes You Fat!

Greenpeace exposes sceptics hired to cast doubt on climate science

Putting The History Of Earth Into Perspective - (Video)

New Method To Purify Nanomaterials-Contaminated Water

North Face Founder Fought To Build A Park In Patagonia

The Anthropocene And The Near Future

California’s San Joaquin residents drinking uranium water!

New Sock Technology Uses Urine To Generate Electricity

Are Microplastics In Your Sea Salt?

The Bicycle For The Nobel Peace Prize 2016

Stanford Scientists Create An Algorithm For Earthquakes

Paris climate deal is agreedBut is it really good enough?

Will The World Ever Run Out Of Water?

FOR HIRE: Global Warming Skeptics

Native Americans Warn Native Hawaiians of the Dangers of Federal Recognition

Radioactive Kazakhstan Uncovered

Yellowstone Supervolcano (Full Episode)

We Have Lost 50% Of Wildlife Since 1970

Climate Change Driving 'Profound' Shift In Arctic Ecosystem

What's The Most Important Issue For Americans?

Dow And DuPont: The Largest Criminal Merger In History?

Nassau, NY To Disconnect From The Grid...Go 100% Renewable

Kochs Attempt To Infiltrate Progressive Organizations

Natural or humanmade earthquakes? New technique can tell

This Is What Pollution Does To Your Body




Scientists: Centuries Of Melting Already Locked In For Polar Ice

Solar cells that face almost any direction & keep themselves clean

'Hydricity' uses solar energy to produce power round-the-clock

Former Official: Fukushima IsUnstoppable - (Dec. 17, 2015 - ENENews) - Huge amounts of radiation are pouring out, “very seriousfor Pacific Ocean  -

NASA Probe Is Investigating Weird Spots On Ceres




Study: Environment Is Mainly To Blame For Cancer

4 Scientifically Sound Weather Superstitions

Epic Stormchasing Portraits - (Video)

Fukushima: Salt In The Wound - (8-1/2 min. - video) - (Dec. 18, 2015 - Fairewinds Energy Education) - What really happened to the Fukushima Daiichi reactors when workers from owner Tokyo Electric Power Company added ocean saltwater to cool them?

Fairewinds recently received this question and important technical comments from several viewers and engineers regarding utility owner TEPCO’s use of saltwater to cool the Fukushima Daiichi atomic reactors during their triple meltdowns. As we continue looking at aging operating atomic reactors around the world, it is important to understand this issue and know what may go wrong at other sites.

Listen as Fairewinds’ Chief Engineer Arnie Gundersen explains why TEPCO’s workers injected saltwater into Fukushima’s failing reactors, what happens when salt water meets steel, and what forces come into play after saltwater is used to cool down an atomic reactor.  -

Evergreens In Southwest U.S. At Risk

Big Oil Companies For Years Shared Damning Climate Research

THE BIG UNEASY - (98 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (2010 - Documentary) - Harry Shearer exposes the major cover-up of The Corps of Engineers’ inadequate engineering designs that directly led to the catastrophic levee failures in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina in 2005.  -

Bernie Sanders Aims For 80 Percent Cut In Carbon Emissions

Why Copenhagen Has Almost Perfect Water




France Has A Power Plant Fueled By Cheese

17 Of The Worst Corporate Crimes Of 2015

New Web Tool Exposes ALEC’s Top Corporate Ties

DISASTEROUS Methane Leak Poisons California

U.S. Christmas Lights Use More Energy Than Entire Countries

What Is The Power Grid?

Wavy air patterns mean UK’s extreme storms are here to stay

Toilet Waste Horrors Lurking On UK Train Tracks!

Nuclear waste storage sites in rock salt may be more vulnerable




Radioactive materials spreading from St. Louis landfillreport

Nature Is Speaking

The Unexpected Things Winter Does To Your Body

Pedal Power: The Unstoppable Growth Of Bicycling

The Looming Environmental Disaster In Missouri

Nuke plant faked fire inspection records in New Orleans, LA

Top 10 Experiments That Could End The World

The Inside Story Of Shell’s Arctic Assault




The Melting Arctic's Dramatic Impact On Global Weather Patterns

Nano-reactor' created for the production of hydrogen biofuel

Nuclear Regulators Asleep At The Switch!

Why We Need A Revolution In Energy Storage

3-D Printed Nanowalls

Methane Leak In California A 'Major Catastrophe'




Greenland's Ice Sheets Are Melting At The Rate Of 8,000 Tons Every Second - (January 6, 2016 - John R. Platt - TakePart) - A new discovery reveals that earlier projections underestimated Greenland’s current and future contributions to sea-level rise.  -




Leaf-mimicking Device Harnesses Light To Purify Water




New Street Lamps Lure Mosquitoes With Fake Human Scents




Mosquitoes Are Spreading A Rare Virus Around The World

EPA Confirms Longstanding Fears About Impact Of Neonics On Bees

How Corporate Greed Is Trashing The Commons & Harming Us

How Much Bacteria Is In Your Drinking Water?

5 Things To Know About The Call Of The Wild

Mounting Evidence Of Dental Mercury Fillings Risks

The Battle To Save New Mexico's Last Wild River

Scientists Are Certain We Are Now Living In The Anthropecene

Marks of The Anthropocene: 7 signs we have made our own epoch

The Benefit Of Government-Owned Lands

Roofs Covered With Plastic Grass Could Harness Wind Energy

Driverless Cars Will Be Everywhere Within A Decade

This New Material Stores Heat For Later Use

The Future Is Bright! - (January 11, 2016 - by Lauren McCauley, staff writer - Common Dreams) - Millennial Voters Resoundingly Support Climate Action...and gun control, and reduced prison sentences, and public transportation, and Bernie Sanders.  -

Greenland Ice Sheet Melts More When It's Cloudy




Female Eggs Found In Male Fish Likely Due To Pesticide Pollution

Growth rings on rocks give up North American climate secrets

Acidification Affects The Ability Of Bacteria To Clean Our Oceans




Photographs Capture Greenland's Disintegrating Icecap 




10 Cool Wildlife Crossings - (Photos)

You Can Actually Hear The Climate Changing - (Dec. 7, 2015 - by Leath Tonino - Outside Magazine) - Bernie Krause’s vast library of field recordings reveals a sad truth: wild sounds are quickly vanishing

Krause’s archive now consists of 5,000-plus hours of what he calls “whole habitat” field recordings. To get them, he sets up a wind-protected microphone on a tripod, plugs it into a handheld recorder, and captures everything that occurs. More than half of the 3,700 habitats represented in the archivefrom Yellowstone to Australia to his own backyard in Glen Ellen, Californiaare now either totally silent or severely diminished because of human activities like mining, logging, poaching, real estate development, airplane traffic, warfare, and climate change.


….  …no matter what we humans do, something will manage to adjust and survive. It probably won’t be us, though.  -

Is There A Danger From Scented Candles?

Did DuPont Knowingly Poison Our Water?

5 Ways Humans Have Changed The Earth

Jane Goodall: Power Of Corporations Is Destroying World’s Rainforests

The Earthquake That Will Devastate The Pacific Northwest

3 Fossil Fuel Disasters And Cover-ups - (Video)

Ice sheets may be hiding vast reservoirs of powerful greenhouse gas

Lyme Disease-Spreading Ticks In Almost Half Of U.S. Counties

A Biodegradable, Renewable Bicycle Helmet Made Of Wood

Why Are Mosquitoes So Good At Carrying Disease?

The Problem With Rooftop Solar That Nobody Is Talking About




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World's Oceans Warming At Increasingly Faster Rate

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How Scientists Detect Nuclear Explosions Around The World

How To Modernize The Wood Stove And Help Save The Planet

Your Home Is A Jungle Inhabited By 100 Different Species




Plants Talk To Each Other Via Fungus’Wood Wide Web

Nuclear Power Is NOT The Answer!

How 11 Legendary Outdoor Destinations Formed - (Photos)

Discovery reveals how thirsty trees pull water to their canopies

Is Humanity On The Eve Of Extinction? - (Video)

Why A Warmer World Can Mean More Snowfall

Nature inspired nano-structures mean no more cleaning windows

Young People Are Giving Up On Driving

Where Your Elements Came From - (Chart)

Animated Map Shows Western Hemisphere Bird Migrations

Bernie Sanders: The Kind Of Progress America Needs! - (Video)

Most U.S. Cities Have Dangerous Lead Levels In Water




World Awash With Waste Plutonium

Noam Chomsky: The GOP Is A Threat To Human Survival!

Top 10 Most Polluted States In The U.S.




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How Do Solar Panels Work? - (Animated Infographic)

The Chernobyl Nuclear Meltdown Disaster - (Documentary)




Radioactive Water From Fukushima Is Leaking Into The Pacific

Toxic exposures caused illness in Gulf War veterans, new report says




E-cigarette vapor boosts superbugs and dampens immune system

4 Ways We Can Avoid A Catastrophic Drought

Second-hand smoke increases fatness, hinders cognition in children

The True Inside Story Of How A College Professor Sells Out To Monsanto - (January 30, 2016 - By Carey Gillam - AlterNet) -  Thanks to the Freedom of Information Act, we now know the extent to which U.S. academics have been quietly supporting the food giant's propaganda. -

How To Defend Being Vegan

Could Michigan Be The Site Of The Next Nuclear Disaster?

Is "Fragrance" Making Us Sick?

How Thunderstorms Trigger Asthma Epidemics

Energy From Cellphone Towers Amplify Pain In Amputees

Why Are Male Fish Growing Eggs?

Why You Should NEVER Eat Snow Again - (Video)

Lithium battery catalyst found to harm key soil microorganism

Natural clay deposit may hold keys to defeating hospital infections

Bill Maher: Erin Brockovich - (5 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (Feb. 5, 2016 - Real Time with Bill Maher) - Consumer advocate Erin Brockovich joins Bill Maher to discuss how greed and corruption created a toxic water crisis in Flint, Michigan, and across the nation.  -

Why Protecting Animals Is Key To Protecting The Climate

The Mystery Of The Expanding Tropics




Radioactive Leak In Groundwater Near New York City

Top 10 Signs That Global Warming Is No Longer A Debate




The Mysterious World Of Underwater Caves - (Video)

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Car roof and battery made with byproducts of paper production

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Earth To Scale - (Video)

Four Billion People Face Severe Water Scarcity - (Map)

"Chernobyl on the Hudson": Eco activists warning on Indian Point

Indian Point - We Are Flirting With Catastrophe - (Video)

The Dirty Truth AboutCleanElectric Cars

New Technique For Turning Sunlight Into Hydrogen

Dangers Of Most Antibacterial Soaps

The Beetles:  89 Million Acres Of Abrupt Climate Change

Is Monsanto Responsible for Microcephaly in Brazilian Babies?

Insecticide & Zika Virus... Is There A Link? - (Video)

FDA Will Begin Testing Foods for Toxic Weedkiller Residue

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Organic Waste For Sustainable Batteries - (February 18, 2016 - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - ScienceDaily) - A carbon-based active material produced from apple leftovers and a material of layered oxides might help reduce the costs of future energy storage systems.  -

Will N. Korea Nuclear Tests Cause Extinction-Size Volcanic Eruption?

What If We Killed All The Mosquitoes?

Monsanto's Pesticide Is Top Suspect Behind Mysterious Kidney Disease

Koch Brothers Plotting Multimillion Dollar War On Electric Vehicles




Utilities Just Declared War On Solar




Nuclear Expert in Japan: Plutoniumis everywhereit is everywhere




Mercury Splatters The Central U.S. - (Map)

Chemically Storing Solar Power

A Breakthrough For Coral Reef Restoration

Nearly all U.S. forests threatened by drought, climate change

FukushimaDeep Trouble

Bicycle-Powered Washing Machine

Antarctica Could Be Headed For Major Meltdown!

More U.S. Troops Killed By Halliburton Than By Iraqis! - (February 23, 2016 - by David Swanson - American Herald Tribune) - The U.S. government, from Dick Cheney to Hillary Clinton, told blatant lies about the Iraqi government creating chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons in 2002, despite having been informed of the fact that Iraq was doing no such thing. U.S. leaders lied about ties between Iraq and terrorists that they also knew did not exist.

Then the U.S. military attacked and invaded Iraq, in the process heavily bombing old sites of Iraqi chemical weapons from the 1980s, many of those weapons having been provided by the United States. In large part because of the U.S. origin of the old Iraqi chemical weapons, the U.S. kept quiet about them during the new war. Another reason for the official silence was that, during the 2003 U.S. destruction of Iraq, many of those old weapons were seized by fledgling terrorist groups. The war had done exactly what it had been justified as being needed to prevent; it had given WMDs to terrorists.

The geniuses running the U.S. military set up U.S. bases at the sites of old chemical weapons piles, dug giant burn pits into the ground, and began burning the military's trash -- monumental quantities of trash, something like The Story of Stuff on steroids. They burned hundreds of tons of trash every day, including everything you can think of: oil, rubber, tires, treated wood, medicines, pesticides, asbestos, plastic, explosives, paint, human body parts, and . . . (wait for it) . . . nuclear, biological, and chemical decontamination materials.

The burn pits poisoned Iraq, together with depleted uranium weapons, napalm, white phosphorous, and various other horrors, creating unprecedented epidemics of birth defects, and killing untold masses of Iraqis. The burn pits also poisoned tens of thousands of U.S. troops, many of whom have died as a result, including very likely the son of the current U.S. vice president. The burn pits profited Halliburton, the company of the previous U.S. vice president [Dick Cheney].

The burn pits were no secret, although bases sometimes stopped the burning during VIP tours. Typically, huge clouds of smoke filled the air and created immediate breathing difficulties and sicknesses. Soldiers knew which colors of smoke were most dangerous and discussed it as they discussed an enemy. Numerous burn pits turned hundreds of previously healthy U.S. troops into invalids. But the burn pits at six particular bases caused the most severe illnesses and the most deaths. They caused, among other things, numerous cases of constrictive bronchiolitis, which could only have resulted from exposure to mustard gas -- a chemical weapon left over from a program the United States had supported when it existed and used as an excuse for war when it didn't.  -

Wireless Wake-Up Call - (16-3/4 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (Feb 18, 2016 - Jeromy Johnson - TEDx Talks) - A Silicon-valley engineer turned technology health advocate, Jeromy Johnson discusses our attachment to technology and the health hazards such an addiction may hold.

Jeromy Johnson is an expert in mitigating the negative impacts of Electromagnetic Field (EMF) exposure. He has a leading website on the topic and consults with individuals, families and organizations around the world to implement solutions that reduce and eliminate EMF pollution. Jeromy has an advanced degree in Civil Engineering and has worked in Silicon Valley for 15 years. After becoming what medical doctors call “Electro-hypersensitive” (EHS) in 2011 after extensive exposure to EMF radiation, he embarked on a journey of regaining his own health and educating others to critically evaluate theirs.  -

Death Valley’s 'Superbloom' Of Wildflowers - (Photos)

Al Gore: The Case For Optimism On Climate Change - (Video)

Nuclear Waste Illegally Dumped In Kentucky Landfill

The Surprising Ways You Consume Oil Every Day - (Infographic)

Researchers Make Key Improvement In Solar Cell Technology

Blockchain-based Microgrid Gives Power To Consumers In New York

Solar Cells As Light As A Soap Bubble

Thirdhand Smoke Linked To Type 2 Diabetes

Oregon becomes the first U.S. state to vote to go coal free

Greenland's ice is getting darker, increasing risk of melting

Shocking number of cancers around leaking nuclear plant near NYC

Many Of The World’s Lakes Are Vanishing

Technological breakthrough for cheaper lighting, flexible solar cells

New gov’t study finds Fukushima radiation in U.S. marine life

System May Forecast Tornadoes 2 to 3 Weeks In Advance

Florida Nuke Plant Radioactive Leak Contaminating Biscayne Bay

How We Design Buildings To Survive Earthquakes - (Video)

Researchers: Utah's Great Salt Lake Is Drying Up

57 Different Pesticides Found In Poisoned Honeybees

Earth's First Selfie - (Video)

After Legal Pressure, DuPont’s Replaces One Poison With Another

Why Are The Biggest Animals on Earth Vegetarian?

Cutting Cattle Carbon: Bad Breath And Flatulence




News coverage of the continuing Fukushima disaster found lacking




Health problems that may be linked to Agent Orange exposure

DOJ Could Go After Fossil Fuel Industry For Disinfo Campaign

A Fukushima Disaster Could Happen In America - (Video)

How Forest Loss Is Leading To A Rise In Human Disease

The Horrific Way Fish Are Caught for Your Aquarium—With Cyanide

Grand Canyon Threatened Despite Win Against Developers

10 Plants That Could Kill You - (Video)

BBC Wrong On Fukushima, Again - (Video)




The Dirty, Deadly Front End Of Nuclear Power

Scientists Declare Climate Emergency!




NASA Emeritus Scientist Warns Of Dramatic Loss Of Glaciers




Sea-level rise may displace 13 million people in the U.S. by 2100

15 Archaeological Sites Revealed And Threatened By Climate Change

The New Way Microplastics Are Devastating Marine Life - (Video)

15 Glowing Facts About The History Of Radiation

One Scientific Fact To Shut Down Climate-Change Deniers!

Majority Of Americans Now Oppose Nuclear Energy

Nuclear Waste Creates Casualties Of War In Missouri

Rosewood Trafficking Is Destroying This National Park - (Video)

Louisiana's coastline disappearing at rate of a football field an hour

Demolished Due To Dioxin: Times Beach, Missouri - (Photos)

Chomsky: 'Republicans Are A Danger To The Human Species'

Dangerous Sea Level Rise Will Occur In Decades, Not Centuries

Are You Ready For 300 MPH Super Storms? - (Video)

Toxic Traps: When These 7 Types Of Plastic Are Dangerous

3-D Printing Carbon Dioxide Into Sustainable Concrete

Fertilizer applied to fields today will pollute water for decades

Will Bananas Be Wiped Out By Disease? - (Video)

4 Plants That Are Great For Humans - (Video)

Nuclear Power: Long-Lived Drinking Water Contaminates

Cemetery full of dead babies missing brains next to U.S. nuclear site

Global Warming’s Terrifying New Chemistry

How Does Weather Radar Work?

Mass Extinction Is Closer Than You Know!!! - (Video)

Bernie Sanders - ‘The Young Turks’ Interview

The Difference Between Hardwoods And Softwoods - (Video)

The London Underground Has Its Own Mosquito Subspecies

What If The World Went Vegetarian? - (Video)

Biologists Have Learned Something Horrifying About Prairie Dogs

This Computer Will Grow Your Food In The Future - (Video)

Melting Methane Hydrates Can Cause A Tsunami!




We've Barely Begun To Tap the Sun’s Mighty Power

The Irreparable Harm Of Climate Change - (Video Transcript)

Are We In Runaway Climate Change? - (Video)

New Map Highlights The Danger Of Man-Made Earthquakes

95% Of The Great Barrier Reef Could Be Lost Forever!

Southern California Vulnerable To Massive Quake! - (Video)

Why You Should Care About Nukes - (Video)

Deafening Atlantic oil prospecting to go ahead despite threat to marine life

Transparent wood material used for buildings, windows & solar cells

Small, Cheap Gravity Gadget To Peer Underground

Superbloom: How Death Valley Springs To Life - (Video)

Crazy Florida Panther Encounter! - (Video)

Link between Zika virus and fetal brain damage confirmed




'Epidemic' Of Premature Births Is Increasingly Linked To Air Pollution

Climate Activist Touches Nerve, Clinton Responds With Finger

Yes, Butterflies Zigzag Wildly For A Reason - (Video)




Making Sense Of The New Sea Level Rise Study - (Video)

These Corporations Have Raped The Land & Robbed The People!

10 Devastating Radiation Accidents They Never Tell You About

The Future Could Be Pee-Powered!

Seismic Report Links Earthquakes To Fracking

U.S. Bat-Killing Disease Jumps To West Coast

Meet The Environmental Activist Who Called Out Hillary Clinton

Greenpeace - Here Are Hillary's Connections To Oil & Gas - (Video)

7 Things We Don't Know About The Ocean - (Video)

5 Reasons To Love Iceland - (Video)

Catching More Of The Sun With Quantum Dots & Organics

5 Disturbing Facts Big Food Doesn't Want You To Know

Could Nuclear Disaster Come To America?

Booming Tourism Becomes A Stress Test For Yellowstone NP

Graphene layer could allow solar cells to generate power when it rains

New Reasons To Get Kids Outdoors

Fatberg In London - (Video)

The Wonder-Buoy That May Finally Make Wave Energy Feasible

Bird’s Wings That Sing - (Video)

10 Damaging Facts About The Fujita Scale

Capitalism must be re-engineered if we want a low-carbon world

Why Clinton's "Corporate Worldview" Cannot Be Ignored

Epic Animal Migrations In Yellowstone - (Video)

Why Fish Can Drink Salt Water And We Can’t?

WTF?... BP Gets ANOTHER Taxpayer Bailout!

GOP Policies Always Lead To Death And Destruction!

Radioactive Reindeer Roam Norway 30 Years After Chernobyl

Alarm BellsAre Going Off Over Fukushima Plume!

Nuclear Winter On A Planetary Scale: The Biggest Threat To Mankind Virtually No One Is Talking About - (April 8, 2016 - by Dilip Hiro - TomDispatch) - A war between India and Pakistan could produce human suffering the likes of which the world has never seen before.  -

360-degree Lapland Northern Lights Photo

Top 10 Most Deadly Mushrooms - (Video)

U.S. Water Systems Repeatedly Exceed Federal Standard For Lead

The Biggest Volcanic Eruption On Record Changed The World

Burning Herbs Can Really Kill Bacteria

Aphids: Weird Poop, Weirder Babies

The Netherlands Will Ban New Gasoline-Powered Vehicles By 2025

The Crazy Plan To Capture And Store CO2 Under The Ocean

New Tree Of Life Illustrates The Enormous World Of Bacteria

Zika Virus May Now Be Tied To Another Brain Disease

CDC on Zika virus: It's 'scarier than we initially thought' - (Video)

Kids Can Now Sue Government For Climate Negligence! - (Video)

Even low levels of air pollution appear to affect a child’s lungs

We Finally Know Why The North Pole Is Moving East

Exposed: Coal Companies Secretly Funding Climate Science Denial



Oil Industry's Suppression Of Climate Science Began In 1940s




President Obama Explains How Pollution Affects Our Planet




5 Ways Bernie Might Be The Best Choice For The Environment

St. Lawrence River is ‘slowly dying,’ U.S. environmental group warns

Fracking Way Worse Than Anyone Thought!

How Mind-Controlling Parasites Can Get Inside Your Head

Life On The Rim: Working As A Volcanologist - (Video)

Great Monarch Butterfly Migration Mystery Solved

8 most dangerous nuclear plants near earthquake fault lines




Fukushima Tritium Dumping Plan More Dangerous Than Advertised

Fracking wells released over 5 billion pounds of methane in one year

John Oliver: Get The Lead Out!

Tritium Exposé

Glowing Nanomaterial To Drive New Generation Of Solar Cells




Unexpected Discovery Leads To A Better Battery

The Fern That Cooled The Planet - (Video)

Cheap, Efficient And Flexible Solar Cells

Pollutants found in fish we eat can compromise body’s defences

Ocean currents push pollution, around the globe faster than thought

What Makes Fresh Air Fresh?

20% Of Our Oxygen Comes From Bacteria In The Ocean - (Video)




Why Do These Amazon Birds Eat Dirt? - (Video)

Mining In Space Could Lead To Conflicts On Earth

Every City Has A Unique MicrobialFingerprint

Climate Change Has All But Destroyed Great Barrier Reef

The Awesome Power Of Citizen Science

Building Your Own Personal Weather Station Is a Breeze

How Eating Tuna Can Weaken Your Immune System

Do The Koch Brothers Want To Mine The Grand Canyon For Uranium?

Five Planet-Changing Consequences Of Global Warming

Study links neighborhood greenness to reduction in chronic diseases

Ruined Chernobyl nuclear plant will remain a threat for 3,000 years!

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Chernobyl

Can The Koch Brothers Block The Sun? An Experiment In Iowa

Big Oil Is WAY More Evil Than We Thought! - (Video)

Dead Sperm Whales: Stomachs FULL Of Plastic And Car Parts!

Solar Impulse Pilot: ‘I Flew Over Plastic Waste As Big As A Continent

Why Does My Water Taste Weird?

Novel Anti-Biofilm Nano Coating Developed

Missing Links Brewed In Primordial Puddles?

Plants May Form Memories Using Mad Cow Disease Proteins

Mitsubishi Lied About Vehicle Emissions For 25 Years!




One Oil Field A Key Culprit In Global Ethane Gas Increase

How Many People Can The Earth Hold? - (Video)

Here's Where New York City's Sewage Really Goes - (Video)

River Catches Fire Due To Fracking!




Incredible Solar-Powered Inventions - (Infographic)

Coal-tar based sealcoats on driveways, parking lots are toxic

Cactus-Inspired Skin Gives Electric Cars A Spike




Non-toxic and cheap thin-film solar cells for 'zero-energy' buildings

Personal Cooling Units On The Horizon

Nanoparticles Present Sustainable Way To Grow Food Crops

What Lies Beneath West Antarctica?




5 Things You Should Know About Supervolcanoes - (Video)




Megadroughts Projected For American West - (NASA Video)

Deepwater Jellyfish - (NOAA Video)

How To Save A Baby Bird

Human Extinction Isn't That Unlikely!

Greenspace And Silence Are Good For Your Health

Why AM Radio Signals Propogate Farther At Night - (Video)

Firefighters Battle The Infernos Of Climate Change - (Video)

How One Man Accidentally Killed The Oldest Tree Ever

Cicadas Can Damage Your Hearing!

Why Do Birds Sing In The Morning?

Is Hanford A Bigger Threat Than Fukushima?

Electric Cars Could Wreak Havoc On Oil Markets Within A Decade

Likely Cause For Recent Southeast U.S. Earthquakes

Scientists On Climate Change: (Watch 2-min. end segment)

Benefits Of Bicycling & Walking Outweigh Air Pollution Harms

Mapping The Mysterious Islands Near San Francisco - (Video)

Canada’s huge wildfires may release carbon locked in permafrost

Meet The Dust Mites, Tiny Roommates That Feast On Your Skin

Civil Disobedience Just Became A Civic DutyLiterally!

The 100 Percent Clean Energy Economy Is Closer Than You Think - (By Marc Gunther - May/June 2016 - Sierra Club) - Solar panels on every roof, smart houses, and networked cars: A glimpse into the clean energy future on the horizon.

….  Already, a handful of small cities—Burlington, Vermont; Aspen, Colorado; and Greensburg, Kansasget all their electricity from renewable energy. Another 12 communities—from Grand Rapids, Michigan, to Georgetown, Texas—have pledged to do so. Earlier this year, the Sierra Club launched its Ready for 100 campaign, which aims to enlist more cities to make a 100 percent clean energy commitment.

So far, the biggest city to set a 100 percent clean energy goal is San Diego. The move by the country's eighth most populous city is precedent setting. For starters, its climate action plan is legally binding, not just a vaguely worded proclamation.  -

How Science Explains Monster Waves - (Video)

Does Aerial Mosquito Spraying Increase The Risk Of Autism?

Fort McMurray And The Fires Of Climate Change

Seabed core reveals how lush Antarctica changed to icy desert

Extreme Up-Close Video Of May 7, 2016 Tornado Near Wray, CO!

The Green Party: America’s Grassroots Political Party - (Video)

How Nations Are Chipping Away At Their Protected Lands




The 10 Worst States For Solar Power

The battle for Minnesota’s $1 trillion mining jackpot - (Video)

EPA's Tie To Monsanto Could Be Disastrous For Us! - (Video)

Recording The Sounds Of Extinction - (Video)

Seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones' Tips To Survive An Earthquake

Secret Section Of Central Park Will Finally Open To The Public

The Inside Story Of The Paris Climate Agreement - (Video)

Our National Parks Are The Latest Victim Of The GOP!

Germany Generated So Much Renewable Energy It Paid People To Use It

Get Ready For A Wave Of Green Civil Disobedience, America

This Is What Nuclear Fallout Could Look Like

Six Photographers Reveal Yellowstone Like You’ve Never Seen It

10 Genetically Modified Plants You've Never Heard Of - (Video)

15 Billowing Facts About Clouds

World's CO2 concentration teetering on the point of no return

These 10 Cities Are Choking On The Planet's Worst Air Pollution

What Jobs Will Flying Robots Be Doing In The Near Future?

‘Bike Month’ Is Every Month!

How The Sea Gets Its Smell -- And Why It's Important

Your Legacy On Earth May Be A Plant

Hunting For Dinosaurs Shows Our Place In The Universe - (Video)

Corporate Media Lies About Dangers Of Monsanto’s Roundup!

New Evidence About The Dangers Of Monsanto’s Roundup

Pipeline company indicted in Santa Barbara County oil spill

Chemical Emitted By Trees Can Impact St. Louis' Ozone Levels

World's Most Beautiful Places Under Threat Of Tourism

What’s A National Park To Do About Climate Change?




Renewables Are Leaving Natural Gas In The Dust This Year

Miami Beach King Tides Flush Human Waste Into Bay




Shaking, popping by earthquakes may cause volcanoic eruptions

Shape Of Cities Shapes The Weather

Do Germs Trigger Type 1 Diabetes?

NASA Maps Show How Fast New Orleans Is Sinking

Solar Cells Of The Future Could Be Based On Iron Molecules



Milestone In Solar Cell Efficiency Achieved

Research Group That Takes Million$ From Monsanto GMOs Says Safe To Eat

Disastrous Climate Change Exposed In One Gif - (Video)

Can Offshore Drilling Ever Be Safe? - (Video)

Climate Change Denial Lives On At Exxon

The Many Progressive Values Most Americans Take For Granted

Why It’s So Darn Hard To Build A Fast Quake Warning System

Large And Deadly Nile Crocodiles, Now In Florida!

Consumer advocate refutes study saying GMO food is safe - (Video)

Stop The Legalized Theft Of Public Land In The U.S. West!

UN Assessment: Global Destruction Of Mother Earth On Fast Track

Natural Gas: Local Leaks Impact Global Climate - (Maps)

Large-Scale Technique To Produce Quantum Dots - (May 19, 2016 - DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory - ScienceDaily) - Scientists have demonstrated a method to produce significant amounts of semiconducting nanoparticles for light-emitting displays, sensors, solar panels and biomedical applications.  -

Breathtaking Views Of The Largest Glacier In North America

Full Year Of Record Breaking Temperatures! - (Video)

Chemtrails: Experimenting On The Public - (Video)

A provocative way to finance the fight against climate change

Kill All The Mosquitoes?!

Will Trump's Rise Spell Doom For Our Planet? - (Video)

Atmospheric CO2 Concentration Has Passed The Point Of No Return!




Portugal Ran On Only Renewable Energy For 4 Days

Green Machine: Sports Car Made From Cannabis Hemp

Light can 'heal' defects in new solar cell materials

Effective protection for non-smokers could prevent 30% of all cancer deaths

Coldwater Creek report skipped radioactivity risks, concerns

Green Party's Jill Stein's "Plan B" For Bernie Sanders Supporters

Al Gore May Actually Be Winning An ‘Inconvenient Truth’

The Number One Thing We Can Do To Protect Earth’s Oceans

Earth Is Home To One Trillion Microbial Species

Scientists: U.S. Nuclear Fuel Pools Pose Safety And Health Risks

Mosquito Repellents That Best Protect Against Zika

Living Near A Landfill Could Damage Your Health

ExxonMobil tried to censor climate scientists to Congress during Bush era

The Next Generation Of Carbon Monoxide Nanosensors

Common antibacterial triclosan found in most freshwater streams

How To Feed The World As The Planet Warms

Could Alaska Be The New Center For Global Trade? - (Video)

Seven Myths About GMOs Debunked

NewSuperbugBecomes First Drug-Proof Bacteria To Hit U.S.

Why Do Some People Have Seasonal Allergies?

Secrets Of The Snowy Owl - (Video)

The Mystery Of The Missing Purple Martins

It Turns Out, Vaping May Be Just As Dangerous As Smoking

11 Things You Might Not Know About Organic Farming

Geologists Revisit Giant Zion National Park Landslide - (Photos)

Is Reaganism Responsible For Drug-ResistantSuper Bugs?

That New Superbug Was Found In A UTI And That’s Key

The Lovely Sand On Your Favorite Beach Is Also Flecked With Feces

Nuclear America: Special Report - (Video)

Donald Trump’s Pathetic (& Dangerous!) Plan For The Planet

Trump’s Energy Plan Is Insane!!! - (Video)

Five Landmarks Threatened By Climate Change

One Man’s Mission To Revive The Last Redwood Forests - (Video)

Drones Could Plant 1 Billion Trees A Year?!? - (Video)

The Ancient Peruvian Mystery Solved From Space - (Photos)

Over A Third Of North American Bird Species Are In Danger

Aerial America: Wyoming

Aerial America: Alaska's Call Of The Wild

Radioactive Materials Found In West Lake Runoff Area - (Map)

America’s Atomic Veterans Were Used As Guinea Pigs

7 Tips For Keeping Your Refrigerator Running Efficiently

There’s Probably A Raccoon Living On Your Block - (Video)

Iowa Cartoonist Lost His Job For Poking Fun At Monsanto

Glyphosate Found In Urine Of 93 Percent Of Americans Tested

Hydropower Dams Worldwide Cause Continued Species Extinction

Spike In Alaska Wildfires Is Worsening Global Warming

What Makes Blue-Green Algae Dangerous? - (Video)

After Largest Dam Removal In U.S. History, This River Is Thriving

Sanders Challenges White House And DNC Over Fracking

The Mainstream Media's Climate Malpractice

Gene editing can now change an entire species -- forever - (Video)

Is The Green Revolution Finally Here? - (Video)

Dozens Of U.S. Cities Caught Cheating On Drinking Water Tests!

The History Of Humanity’s Bloody War Against The Mosquito

Scientists say they’ve one-upped photosynthesis with a ‘bionic leaf’

Why Can Mosquitoes Transmit Zika, But Not The Flu?

3D-Printed Weather Stations Fill Gaps In Developing World




Chile Producing So Much Solar Energy It’s Giving Electricity Away For Free




What Happened To 'Nuclear Winter?'

Wind And Solar Could Meet Nearly All Midwest Energy Needs

Barely Any Land On Earth Is Untouched By Humans




10 Things You Didn't Know About Zion National Park - (Photos)

Monsanto Still Trying To Cover Up Deadly Health Risks Of Roundup

New Battery That Runs On A Few Drops Of Dirty Water

This Mushroom Starts Killing You Before You Even Realize It - (Video)




How Mosquitoes Use Six Needles To Suck Your Blood - (Video)

Santiago's Metro Will Soon Get Most Of Its Power From The Sun

EPA Officials Covered Up Toxic Fracking Emissions For Years

Best Of Saguaro National Park - (Video)

70 Years Later, Bikini Atoll May Still Be Too Radioactive For Resettlement

Bet You Didn’t Hear Shell Spilled A Bunch Of Oil In The Gulf

Europe's Last Primeval Forest - (Photos)

'Windsor Ontario Hum': Where is the noise plague coming from?

Novel Solar Absorber Improves Efficiency

What A Smell Looks Like - (Video)

9 Alarming Facts About Coral Reef Bleaching - (Photos)

Toxoplasmosis Is linked To Neurodegenerative Disease

600 Tons Of Nuclear Waste Is Missing! - (4-3/4 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (June 9, 2016 - Thom Hartmann - The Big Picture RT) - Kevin Kamps, Beyond Nuclear joins Thom. In Nuke News... it's been five years since the disaster at Fukushima and a TEPCO official announced recently that 600 TONS of highly radioactive nuclear fuel called "corium" from the Fukushima nuclear plant is simply missing. What's scarier? Even if they could find the missing corium - Japan doesn't even have the technology to extract the melted uranium fuel!  -

Are Plastic-Bag Bans Good For The Climate?

More Than 80o% Of Humanity Lives Under Light-Polluted Skies



Grand Canyon Turns Down Its Lights To Become A Dark Sky Park

Air pollution emerges as a leading risk factor for stroke worldwide

The Weirdest Senses Animals Have That You Don’t

The Jacques Cousteau Story: Underwater Discovery & Adventure

Early Puberty In Girls Is Becoming Epidemic And Getting Worse

Dandelions: Love Your Weeds!

Armadillos Are Invading St. Louis

Nuclear 'Ticking Time Bomb' Is A Real Threat To New York

Biggest U.S. Coal Company Funded Climate Change Deniers

DNews Invades The White House Science Fair - (Video)

New nanomaterial offers promise in bendable, wearable electronic devices

Nanotech: Weird, water-oozing material could help quench thirst

Protecting The Ocean's Last Wild Places - (Video)

Documents Reveal MSNBC Show Worked To Promote Fracking

Earth’s Carbon Dioxide Levels Surpass Long-Feared Milestone

No Parking Here: What Robocars Will Do To The Urban Space

Where Are The Ants Carrying All Those Leaves? - (Video)

Even Indoor Kids Should Worry About California’s 30 Million Dead Trees

Shake, Rattle, And Roll: Seismic Report - (41 min. total - Youtube audio) - (May/June 2016 - FairewindsEnergy) - In this podcast, the Fairewinds’ Arnie Gundersen, retired nuclear engineer, discusses seismicity risks and atomic power with Fairewinds Science Advisor Dr. Leslie Kanat, a double Fulbright scholar and professor of geology at Johnson State College. Dr. Kanat explains the difference between fault and subduction zones, why earthquakes are near impossible to predict, and how history can and does repeat itself.  And..can humans cause earthquakes?  -  (Part 1):  -  (Part 2):

Mushrooms Can Make It RainAnd A Lot More

Fossil Fuel Industry Funding Climate Change Denial - (Video)

Dead Sea Drying: A New Low-Point For Earth - (Photos)

Over 400 Carcinogens Have Been Found In People's Bodies




A Possible Increase In Radioactivity In Your Drinking Water!

Alpine soils storing up to a third less carbon as summers warm

Bernie Sanders’ National Address - (23-1/4 min. - YouTube audio/video) - (June 16, 2106 - Bernie 2016) - The political revolution continues. - [Begins at 2-3/4 min. mark.]:  -

Deep Thunder Can Forecast The WeatherDown To A City Block

Antarctic CO2 Hit 400 PPM For First Time In 4 Million Years

Lyme Disease Symptoms & Causes To Watch Out For

The Republican Crusade Against Public Land Must End!

Why You Should ALWAYS Unplug Your Electronics!

Top 10 Highest Recorded Temperatures On Earth!

The Growing Case For Massive Taxes On The Rich

Climbing Islands In The Sky In Search Of New Species - (Video)

Mysterious Islands In The Sky Unlock Secrets Of Our Past - (Video)

Not-so-wild west: America’s frontier states rapidly losing natural land

Kill All The Mosquitoes?!

Ultra-Thin Solar Cells Can Easily Bend Around A Pencil - (Photo)

Children Suffer Nuclear Impact Worldwide - (Video)

5 Things To Know About Virunga Africa’s Largest NP - (Video)

Where Dollars Die And Are Reborn - (Video)

Man-made pollutants found in Earth's deepest ocean trenches

Land Around The Infamous San Andreas Fault Is On The Move




California's Last Nuclear Power Plant Will Be Shut Down

Standing Underneath This Tree Will Kill You!

Why China Is Running Out Of Water

Eureka! The Discovery Of Photosynthesis

Bernie Sanders: Here’s What We Want (And Need!)

IKEA of energy delivers clean, green solar power-plant in a box

Murder Of Environmental Activists Reaches All-Time High

Why Dying Coral Reefs Brings Planetary Instability - (Video)

Sprites, Jets, And Glowing Balls: The Science Of Lightning

New Life Found That Lives Off Electricity

'Flower Power': Photovoltaic Cells Replicate Rose Petals

Diablo Shutdown Marks End Of Atomic Era

How Wind Can Change The Danger Level Of A Thunderstorm

Betraying Progressives, DNC Platform Backs Fracking, TPP, and

Can Supercomputers Predict The Future?

Incredible Photos Of Solar Impulse 2’s Flight Around The World

Interview With Environmental Activist Xiuhtexcatl Martinez - (Video)

Top 10 Most Deadly Spiders In The World! - (Video)

Can We Use Space Lasers To Clean Up Space Junk?

High Levels Of Toxins Found In Bodies Of People Living Near Fracking Sites

Can Nanotechnology Turn Windows Into Solar Panels?

Epigenetics: How The Choices You Make Can Affect Your Genes

The Women’s Inmate Firefighting Crew - (Video)

Seagulls Are Now Carrying One Of The World's Deadliest Superbugs




Unsafe At Any Level? Dangerous Chemicals Everywhere

Nation’s First Solar Roadway Coming To Missouri - (Video)

Scientists just made it cheaper to produce hydrogen from water

Stephen Hawking On The World's Greatest Threats - (Video)

Can Global Warming Alter An Embryo's Sex?

Tiny Pink Algae May Have A Big Impact On Arctic Melting

The World’s First Electric Highway Just Opened

Venomous Lionfish Invade The Mediterranean




Louisiana’s Vanishing Island: America’s First Climate Refugees

Air Conditioners: Coolest Idea Ever - (Video)

How San Francisco Is Becoming A Zero Waste City - (Video)

Potential Flaws In Test For Lyme Disease

Scientists: Window For Avoiding 1.5C Global WarmingClosed




'Unprecedented': Scientists Declare Global Climate Emergency After Jet Stream Crosses Equator - (June 30, 2016 - by David Edwards - Raw Story) -  Climate scientists this week expressed alarm after “unprecedented” data showed the Northern Hemisphere Jet Stream crossing the Equator.  -

Why The Earth Is Hottest When It’s Farthest Away From The Sun

6 Ways Humans Influence The Weather

The 10 Oldest Fossils, And What They Say About Evolution

Sea Level Rise Could Wash Away America's Natural And Cultural History

EPA Scientific Adviser Accused Of Methane Leak Research Fraud

199 Poisonous Plants - (Infographic)

Pedal-Powered Cinema

GMOs: 'Organic Traitors' Team Up With Monsanto And Big Food Lobby

Green Slime Attacking The Atlantic Coast Is A Man-Made Disaster

Super Bacteria Found At Rio Brazil Olympic Venues - (Video)

Climate Ad Series – As Seen In The Wall Street Journal

Bees' Ability To Forage Decreases As Air Pollution Increases

Obama’sCleanCoal Boondoggle - (Video)

Hey Mosquitoes: Let’s See How You Like A Killer Fungus

How To Never Have A Serious Poison Ivy Rash Again - (Video)

Are Big Ag's Chemicals Making Us All Sick? - (Video)

Vanishing Act: Why Insects Are Declining And Why It Matters

GMO Glyphosated Crops Linked To Lake Erie's Toxic Algae Bloom

The Fungal Infection 'Threat' To Human Health

Metals From Cigarette Butts Pose Threat To The Environment

A Rare Look Inside The Doomsday Seed Vault Deep In The Arctic

‘We Are At A Precipice Of A Major Evolution In Zoos’

Leaked Document Reveals Alarming New Environmental Threats Of TTIP

Global Warming Is Repeating Itself...4 Million Years Later - (Video)

Recycled Plastic Lumber Invented

A Volcano’s Shape Can Tell You How It Will Erupt

Gypsy Moths Are Destroying Forests As The Climate Dries




19 Senators Expose 'Web of Denial' Blocking Action On Climate Change

Exposing The Climate Change Denial Apparatus - (Video)

These Birds Shouldn't Be Alive - (Video)

You Didn’t Know Mushrooms Could Do All This! - (Video)

25 Amazing Nerdcations

Breakthrough In Powering Wireless Sensors

Billions Of Gallons Of Fracking Waste Into Gulf!?! - (Video)

Electricity generated with water, salt and a 3-atoms-thick membrane

A Brief History Of Life, Part 1: The Archean and The Proterozoic

ExxonMobil Is Still Funding Climate Science Denier Groups