Tag: Environment

Man invents machine to convert plastic into oil

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Story of Bottled Water

The Story of Bottled Water, released on March 22, 2010 (World Water Day) employs the Story of Stuff style to tell the story of manufactured demand—how you get Americans to buy more than half a billion bottles of water every

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New Study Finds Pesticides Double Risk of ADHD in Our Children

Source: NaturalNews For years environmentalists and natural health advocates have been trying to point out that organophosphate pesticides (malathion, etc.) work by disrupting the neurological systems of insects, and therefore humans who consume them on foods are at risk of

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The President’s Cancer Panel

Last month, something remarkable occurred. A US government panel stood up and pointed out the link between environmental toxins and cancer. Wow… what were they thinking? (smirk & tongue firmly in cheek) I have been saying this for years. How

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Dangerous VOCs in the Home

If you live in Los Angeles, Detroit, Cairo, or Delhi, air pollution is an unavoidable factor in your overall health picture. But if you live in Jackson Hole or Montpelier, or some other relatively pristine spot, believe it or not,

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Great Plazma Ball Just Before China Earthquake

About the video: Benjamin Fulford investigates a mysterious plasma weapon seen prior to the Niigata earthquake in July 2007 and Red, White & Blue HAARP lights near the epicenter prior to the recent quake in China. Taiwan satellites measured a

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The Story of Stuff

A MUST WATCH 24 minute video expose of how we make and consume STUFF, creating a global mess that will be very hard to undo. From its extraction through sale, use and disposal, all the stuff in our lives affects

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Report: 271 Million Pounds of Pharmaceuticals Released Into US Waterways

U.S. manufacturers, including major drug makers, have legally released at least 271 million pounds of pharmaceuticals into waterways that often provide drinking water — contamination the federal government has consistently overlooked, according to an Associated Press investigation. Hundreds of active

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