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
What I am seeing of late is that the Climate Crisis is destroying environmentalism. What I consider real environmentalism. The Climate discourse is quickly being taken over by monied interests whose desire is to save capitalism before they save the planet.
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.
Young Hive Bees Poisoned by Insecticides By Brandon Turbeville, April 30, 2018
I Want to Ride My Bicycle: Urban Planning and the Danish Concept of ‘Hygge’ By Colin Todhunter, April 29, 2018
The Methane Time Bomb and the Future of the Biosphere By Dr. Andrew Glikson, April 29, 2018
Forests and The Migration Crisis : Belgian Authorities Slash Trees ‘To Stop Migrants Hiding’ By Nick Meynen, April 28, 2018
Hydraulic Failures from the Uncontrolled Flow of Water: A Few Examples of Earthen Dam Failures By Dr. Gary G. Kohls, April 24, 2018
US Department of Agriculture Killed 1.3 Million Native Animals in 2017 By Center For Biological Diversity, April 24, 2018
Earth Day: Conflict over the Future of the Planet By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, April 23, 2018
‘Incredible’ News as Banking Giant HSBC Ditches New Coal, Tar Sands, and Offshore Arctic Drilling Projects By Andrea Germanos, April 22, 2018
Dolphins or LNG Tankers in the Shannon Estuary? The Processing of U.S. Fracked Hydrocarbons in the Republic of Ireland By True Publica, April 21, 2018
Achieving 100% Renewable Energy. Conversion to Clean Energy: Wind, Water and Sun By Bill McKibben, April 21, 2018
Of Animals and Bees and Flowers Wild as Earth Day Nears By Dr. Arshad M. Khan, April 19, 2018
Protecting Urban “Green Space”, Animal Habitats and Our Countryside: The Case for Environmentally Friendly Construction By Roof Stores, April 19, 2018
Climate Change Brings Transformations in Cuba By Yisell Rodríguez Milán and Danae González Del Toro, April 17, 2018
If Ottawa Rams Through Trans Mountain Pipeline, It Could Trigger an Oka-like Crisis By Stewart Phillip and Serge Simon, April 17, 2018
Canada’s First Nations Leaders Pledge to Block Trans-Mountain Pipeline Expansion By Richard Fidler, April 17, 2018
Swiss Mining Corporations in Flagrant Violation of Human Rights – Swiss Government Complicit By Peter Koenig, April 09, 2018
The Pentagon’s Scary Plan to Militarize Ocean Life By Maia Danks, April 08, 2018
The Bayer-Monsanto Merger Is Bad News for the Planet By Ellen Brown, April 05, 2018
Court Orders Trump Administration to Release Public Records on Wildlife Imports By Center For Biological Diversity, April 04, 2018
Climate Change, Biodiversity, Wildlife and the Ecosystem By Ashley Braun, April 02, 2018
Trump Appoints Endangered Species Foe to Oversee Protection of America’s Most Imperiled Wildlife By Center For Biological Diversity, April 01, 2018
Melting Arctic and Antarctic Ice Sheets, Rising Oceans: The High Price of Delayed Action on Climate Change By Dan Drollette Jr, March 30, 2018
Trump’s Trade War: US Demands China Keep Importing American Garbage By Zero Hedge, March 29, 2018
Farmers Around the World: Nature Can Reduce Pesticide Use, Environment Impact By Michigan State University, March 26, 2018
Colombia Scraps Amazon Highway Plans Due to Deforestation Concerns By Taran Volckhausen, March 26, 2018
The Betrayal of the Future. Tipping Points in the Earth’s Climate By Dr. Andrew Glikson, March 24, 2018
What the Death of the Last White Rhino Should Teach Us By Abdul Rahim Mydin, March 23, 2018
Keeping Power with the People: Puerto Rico’s Energy Future By Sean Sweeney, March 19, 2018
The Anthropocene Age: Changing Climate, Shifts in the Planet’s Ecology By Richard Gale and Dr. Gary Null, March 14, 2018
Commonwealth Science Bodies Urge Climate Action in Unprecedented Plea By Lorraine Chow, March 13, 2018
Climate Change
Global Warming and Climate Instability: One Last Chance to Save Ourselves By Richard Gale and Dr. Gary Null, March 12, 2018
Decades of Needless Dolphin Deaths in the Northeast Atlantic By Sarah Dolman, March 12, 2018
Water Fluoridation and Hypothyroidism: Research Exposes How Water is Making us Depressed, Sick By Mike Barrett, March 12, 2018
Thousands Oppose Trump Administration’s Attempted Seizure of Nevada’s Desert National Wildlife Refuge for Expanded Bombing Range By Center For Biological Diversity, March 10, 2018
Coast Guard Responders Harmed by Chemicals Used to Clean Up BP Deepwater Oil Spill, Research Shows By Tristan Baurick, March 08, 2018
Judge OKs Waiving Environmental Laws to Build U.S.-Mexico Border Wall By Mongabay, March 05, 2018
Water Fluoridation: Victory in Legal Case to Force the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to End the Addition of Fluoride to the Public Water Supply By Coalition Preparing Federal Lawsuit to End Fluoridation, March 02, 2018
Melting the Ice in the Human Heart By Robert C. Koehler, March 02, 2018
Ecuador Headwater Ecosystems and Biodiversity Endangered By John Seed, February 28, 2018
Cracking Down on Pipeline Protests. Wyoming Now Third State to Propose ALEC Bill By Steve Horn, February 22, 2018
British Columbia’s Mount Polley Copper Mining Disaster of 2014 By Dr. Gary G. Kohls, February 22, 2018
How Climate Change Could Intensify Plague Among Black-tailed Prairie Dogs in the American West By Justice Burnaugh, February 20, 2018
Who Is Guilty of Climate Crimes? By Dr. Margaret Klein Salamon, February 17, 2018
Lawsuit Challenges Trump Administration’s Refusal to Release Records on Pesticide Harms to Endangered Wildlife By Center For Biological Diversity, February 15, 2018
Economic System Reform: Saving the Planet; Salvaging the Human Prospect By Robert Snefjella, February 12, 2018
Industrial Agriculture and the Agrochemical Industry. Tearing Down the Facade of Legitimacy By Colin Todhunter, February 02, 2018
As Trump Unfurls Infrastructure Plan, Iowa Bill Seeks to Criminalize Pipeline Protests By Steve Horn, February 01, 2018
“We Are Ready to Kill”: Threats Against the Shipibo Community of Peru’s Amazon Intensify Following Court Order Against Palm Oil Company By Tom Younger, February 01, 2018
Collapse of the Biosphere and the Ecology Ethic: Earth is a Living Organism By Glen Barry, February 01, 2018
Toxic Copper Mine Tailings Ponds to be Located Upstream from the St Louis River and Lake Superior By Dr. Gary G. Kohls, January 31, 2018
Big Pharma Fails to Disclose Antibiotic Waste Leaked from Factories into the Environment By The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, January 25, 2018
Anniversary of the Trump Presidency Part One: Peak Oil and the Deep State By Michael Welch, David Hughes, and Mark Robinowitz, January 20, 2018
Costs of 2017 US Weather Disasters Demolish Previous Record By Dahr Jamail, January 20, 2018
The Devastating Impact of Plastic Waste: David Attenborough, Britain and “Environmental Missions” By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, January 18, 2018
Fukushima Darkness: Radiation of Triple Meltdowns Felt Worldwide By Robert Hunziker, January 12, 2018
Corporate Mining in Latin America is the Source of Social Conflict: “The Andes now Resembles a War Zone” By Mario Pérez-Rincón and Nick Meynen, January 10, 2018
Elite Think Tank Admits to Ongoing Climate Engineering Experiments By Nicholas West, January 10, 2018
Trashing the Planet for Profit By William Bowles, January 08, 2018
Global Warming: Ten Facts and Ten Myths on Climate Change By Prof. Robert M. Carter, January 07, 2018
Global Cooling is Here By Prof. Don J. Easterbrook, January 07, 2018
2017 Year in Review. The Most Censored International, Indigenous and Canadian Stories. By Michael Welch, Andy Lee Roth, and John Schertow, January 06, 2018
American Polynesia, Rising Seas and Relocation By Laray Polk, January 06, 2018
Climate Change
Climate Change: Saving the Planet, Saving Ourselves By Richard Gale and Dr. Gary Null, January 05, 2018
Mexico’s Standing Rock? Sempra, TransCanada Pipeline Face Indigenous Resistance South of Border By Steve Horn, January 03, 2018
Trump Administration Repeals Obama Rule Designed to Make Fracking Safer By Lorraine Chow, December 31, 2017
Deep Sea Mining. Environmental Impacts on the Sea Floor By Elaine Maslin, December 27, 2017
Video: OVERCAST: An Investigation into Climate Engineering, Chemtrails and Weather Warfare By Matthias Hancke, December 23, 2017
Finance and Business: Enemies of Sustainable Development? By Prof. Jacques Prescott, December 20, 2017
East Antarctic Ice Sheet May Spell Trouble By Tim Radford, December 18, 2017
From Hiroshima to Fukushima: Nuclear Weapons and the Dangers of Nuclear Radiation By Eiichiro Ochiai, December 16, 2017
The Road to Food Sovereignty. Peasant Farming, Not Industrial Food Production By New Internationalist, December 15, 2017
Gas Explosion in Austria, Crack in North Sea Pipeline – UK Gas and Oil Price Jumps By True Publica, December 14, 2017
European Development Bank Invests Billions in Fossil Fuels as Paris Prepares for One Planet Climate Summit By Arthur Wyns, December 11, 2017
Fracking Companies Feature on New “Climate Disinformation Database” By Ruth Hayhurst, December 11, 2017
The Dangers of Fracking Waste By Dr. Wendell G. Bradley, December 11, 2017
As World Warms, Heart-Breaking Video Shows What It Looks Like When a Polar Bear Starves By Julia Conley, December 09, 2017
“Apocalyptic” Melting Transpires in Antarctica as Earth Wraps Up a Scorching Year By Dahr Jamail, December 05, 2017
Killing the Biosphere to Fast-track Human Extinction By Robert J. Burrowes, November 30, 2017
Oil and Gas Drilling in The Arctic? Undermining the Ecosystem and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge By Alaska Wilderness League, November 29, 2017
Earth as Weapon, Geo-engineering as War By Prof. Claudia von Werlhof, November 28, 2017