Environment

US Military
Weather-modification, according to the US Air Force document AF 2025 Final Report, “offers the war fighter a wide range of possible options to defeat or coerce an adversary”, capabilities, it says, extend to the triggering of floods, hurricanes, droughts and earthquakes
There is no greater natural resource on this earth than water. As the sustenance of all life, water keeps every living and breathing organism, every plant, every animal and every human being on this planet alive.
Weather warfare” can destabilize an enemy nation's ecosystem, destroy its agriculture, disable communications networks and impoverish millions of people without the deployment of troops and military hardware.
The real threat to life is the deadly ultraviolet cosmic radiation that reaches the Earth’s surface because the ozone layer can no longer stop it. That means, that a part of the atmosphere, the famous and unique Blue of the planet Earth is in is in the process of dissolution.
We’re Killing Off Our Vital Insects Too By F. William Engdahl, March 03, 2019
Congress Is Unlikely to Stop Trump’s “Emergency,” But Lawsuits Could By Prof. Marjorie Cohn, February 27, 2019
Renewed Attempt to Ban Uranium Mining Permanently Near the Grand Canyon. Rep. Raúl Grijalva By Andrew Nicla, February 26, 2019
Fighting Pipelines, Defending Sovereignty By The Bullet, February 19, 2019
Melting Ice Sheets and Weakened Polar Fronts: Onset of Climate Tipping Points By Dr. Andrew Glikson, February 18, 2019
Trump EPA OKs ‘Emergency’ to Dump Bee-killing Pesticide on 16 Million Acres By Center For Biological Diversity, February 17, 2019
Indigenous Communities Halting Humanity’s Race to Disaster By Shane Quinn, February 16, 2019
Freedom of the Press in Japan: PM Staff ‘Restrict’ Reporter, Accuse Her of ‘Spreading Misinformation’ About Environmental Impact of New US Military Base By Nevin Thompson, February 13, 2019
Arctic Refuge Protectors – An Open Letter from Teachers and Scholars By Rosemary Ahtuangaruak and Subhankar Banerjee, February 12, 2019
The Worldwide Threat to the Biodiversity of Insects By Francisco Sánchez-Bayo and Kris A.G. Wyckhuys, February 11, 2019
Brazil Dam Collapse: Vale, the Private Giant Responsible, Has a History of Flouting Rules By Surangya, February 11, 2019
Damage Wrought by Trump’s Border Wall on Endangered Wildlife By Center For Biological Diversity, February 09, 2019
Where Is the One Million Tonnes of Toxic Tyre Dust and Particulates Discharged into the Environment Each Year in the US and Europe? By Hans Stehling, February 08, 2019
Resolutely Promised Prosecutions of Climate Criminals May Force Urgent Climate Action By Gideon Polya, February 08, 2019
How to Destroy a River and Create an Environmental Catastrophe in One Fell Swoop By Dr. Gary G. Kohls, February 07, 2019
Snow, Roads, Birds and Plows By Barbara Nimri Aziz, February 03, 2019
New Analysis: Curbing Pesticides Key to Reversing Insect Apocalypse By Center For Biological Diversity, February 03, 2019
Saving the Earth or Saving Capitalism? The Inconvenient Truth Behind Today’s Youth Climate Campaigns By Michael Welch and Cory Morningstar, February 03, 2019
The Northern Freeze Event By Dr. Andrew Glikson, February 01, 2019
Imagining Reality: Two Minutes to Midnight on the Clock of the Atomic Scientists By Dr. Andrew Glikson, January 31, 2019
The Experimental PolyMet Copper Sulfide Mine in Minnesota, the St Louis River, Lake Superior, and the Recent Brazilian Environmental Catastrophes By Dr. Gary G. Kohls, January 29, 2019
Climate Change
A Revision of Future Climate Change Trends By Dr. Andrew Glikson, January 29, 2019
Citizen Scientists and Bee Populations By Julian Vigo, January 28, 2019
Why Germany Leads in Renewables: It Has Its Own Green Bank By Ellen Brown, January 27, 2019
Report: U.S. Oil and Gas Expansion Threatens to Unleash Climate Pollution Equivalent to Nearly 1,000 Coal Plants By Oil Change International, January 17, 2019
A Planet in Crisis: The Heat’s on Us By Dahr Jamail, January 17, 2019
China Is a Work in Progress: Renewable Energy, Science and Technology, Battle against Air Pollution By Tom Clifford, January 17, 2019
Uniting for a “Green New Deal” By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, January 15, 2019
Climate Disruption: “The End of Ice” and Other Threats to the Planet By Michael Welch and Dahr Jamail, January 13, 2019
Fracked Shale Oil Wells Drying Up Faster Than Predicted, Wall Street Journal Finds By Sharon Kelly, January 12, 2019
Ice Matters: A Meditation on Snow By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, January 12, 2019
Nuclear Weapons Tests in the Enewetak Atol: Rising Sea Levels Add to the Toxic Legacy By Nuclear Industries, January 10, 2019
Legal Petition Urges Feds to Severely Restrict Pesticides in Endangered Species Critical Habitat By Center For Biological Diversity, January 08, 2019
Illegal Logging in Peru By David Hill, January 08, 2019
Within Hours of Taking Office, “Trump of the Tropics” Starts Assault on the Amazon By Andy Rowell, January 06, 2019
Bolsonaro and the Rainforest By Paul R. Pillar, January 06, 2019
Global Research News Hour: Global Economy, Geo-Politics, Militarization. The Most Significant Stories of 2018, Projections for 2019 By Michael Welch, Rick Rozoff, Andy Lee Roth, Dr. Jack Rasmus, and Dmitry Orlov, January 05, 2019
The Gathering Climate Storm and the Media Cover-up By Dr. Andrew Glikson, January 02, 2019
Sixteen Environmental, Public-health Organizations Oppose Greenwashing of Fracked Gas-to-methanol Refinery By Center For Biological Diversity, January 02, 2019
When “Green” Doesn’t “Grow”: Facing Up to the Failures of Profit-Driven Climate Policy By Sean Sweeney and John Treat, January 01, 2019
War and Climate Change: Did Bombing During Second World War Cool Global Temperatures? By Alan Robock, December 31, 2018
Jair Bolsonaro’s Brazil Would be a Disaster for the Amazon and Global Climate Change By Ed Atkins, December 31, 2018
“Environmental Buccaneering”: Adani’s Stalling Mega-Mining Project in Northern Australia By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, December 30, 2018
28 Signs That the West Coast Is Being Absolutely Fried with Nuclear Radiation from Fukushima By Michael Snyder, December 30, 2018
Report on President’s Environmental Record so Far ‘Reminds Us that Trump Soap Opera Has Dire Real-World Consequences’ By Jessica Corbett, December 29, 2018
Big Oil, Auto Industries Conspire to Destroy Liveability of Planet By Yves Engler, December 26, 2018
GMOs in Many Foods Will Go Undisclosed Under Trump’s Final GMO Rule By Environmental Working Group, December 26, 2018
The GMO Issue Reaches Boiling Point in India. The Devastating Impacts of Genetically Modified (GM) Crops By Colin Todhunter and Aruna Rodrigues, December 23, 2018
The Fusion Doctrine, For a Totalitarian Take Over. Militarization and “Privatization of the State” By Julian Rose, December 23, 2018
Leading Brexiteers’ Funded by US Business Interests Meet to Weaken UK Food Standards By Lawrence Carter and Alice Ross, December 23, 2018
Illegal Land Grab and Human Rights Abuses in the Congo By Survival International, December 22, 2018
Loss of the Ice Mass in Antarctica. Increasing Sea Level Rise By Dahr Jamail, December 22, 2018
Agreed Rules, COP24 and Climate Change Protest By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, December 20, 2018
Madagascar: Electoral Threat to Biodiversity By Dr Peter H. Raven, December 19, 2018
Scientists Will Begin Geo-engineering Experiment and Try to Block the Sun By Mac Slavo, December 15, 2018
Climate of Fear: Global Warming Alarmists Intimidate Dissenting Scientists into Silence By Prof. Richard Lindzen, December 15, 2018
Not a Fish Tale: Humans Are Ingesting Plastic Thanks to Ocean Pollution By Dahr Jamail, December 15, 2018
Crimes Against the Earth By Dr. Andrew Glikson, December 14, 2018
“The Sixth Extinction”: Biological Annihilation. Vertebrates, Insects and Plants By Subhankar Banerjee, December 12, 2018
In Early Holiday ‘Gift to Polluters,’ Trump Guts Protections for 60 Percent of Nation’s Streams, Wetlands, and Waterways By Julia Conley, December 12, 2018
Alberta Tar Sands Production Cuts Here to Stay: Indigenous-led Movement Will Make Sure of It By Stewart Phillip, December 10, 2018
In Another Blow to Keystone XL, Judge Rules TransCanada Can’t Conduct Pre-Construction Work By Jessica Corbett, December 09, 2018
The Deathly Insect Dilemma. “It is not Normal for 50%-to-90% of a Species to Drop Dead” By Robert Hunziker, December 08, 2018
China’s Ban on Imports of “Foreign Garbage”: No More of Your Junk By Adam Liebman, December 08, 2018
Failed Media Coverage of Extreme Weather Events: How to Hide Global Warming in Plain Sight By Prof. Tom Huckin, December 06, 2018
The New “Water Barons”: Wall Street Mega-Banks are Buying up the World’s Water By Jo-Shing Yang, December 05, 2018
Climate Crisis Made Worse by “Presidential Mis-Leadership”: Protecting Big Oil, From Bush-Cheney, Obama to Trump By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, December 04, 2018
British Hunters Bring Home Elephant Ivory By Brendan Montague, December 04, 2018
The 2018 Firestorms: There Is No Planet B By Dr. Andrew Glikson, December 03, 2018
Journey into Obsolescence: Australia’s Adani Carmichael Mining Project By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, December 02, 2018
Trump Administration Approves Airgun Blasting in Atlantic Harmful to Whales, Dolphins By Center For Biological Diversity, December 02, 2018
Mercury Contamination of Atmosphere May Reach Orbit Through Regulatory Blindspot By PEER, December 01, 2018
Video: Global Warming Testimony. Questions the IPCC Consensus. Prominent Scientist By Prof. Don J. Easterbrook, December 01, 2018
At Least 1 Million Bees Found Dead in Cape Town By Lorraine Chow, November 29, 2018
Microplastics Pollution in Falklands as High as UK By Anglia Ruskin University, November 29, 2018
Climate, Human Delusion and Our Destruction of the Biosphere: We Aren’t Even Trying! By Robert J. Burrowes, November 27, 2018
Orwellian Climate Newspeak By Dr. Andrew Glikson, November 26, 2018
Three Charts: What Trump Doesn’t Want You to Know About the Climate Emergency By Juan Cole, November 25, 2018
Minimal Media Attention Helped Sink Crucial Climate Initiatives By Justin Anderson, November 25, 2018
Calling for ‘Corridor of Life and Culture,’ in The Amazon: Indigenous Groups Propose Creation of Largest Protected Area on Earth By Jessica Corbett, November 22, 2018