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Put an end to people seeing you and saying “fat, fat, the water rat!

Obesity is not merely a cosmetic problem, but a severe threat to health and longevity. That old saying, “The longer the belt, the shorter the life,” is entirely accurate.

After blocking a fossil fuel pipeline, Massachusetts was so short on energy, officials had to purchase natural gas from Russia

Worried about “climate change” and the threat of rising temperatures, Massachusetts officials adopted anti-fossil fuel policies in 2016 that made millions of residents very vulnerable during the long, cold 2017-2018 winter season.

Toxic pollutants in Michigan driving people out of their homes

Hundreds of long-time Michigan residents have been forced to abandon their residences, businesses, and schools due to the prevalence of pernicious air pollution in those areas, reported The Detroit News.

Follow the money: Monsanto-influenced lawmakers side with chemical industry, question IARCs findings on glyphosate, threaten to cut funding to the WHO

The strong political influence of the chemical industry was illustrated perfectly in a recent House Science Committee hearing in which Republican lawmakers questioned the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)’s classification of glyphosate as a probable carcinogen.

Scandal: Top EPA official resigns following “irreversible” effects of lead poisoning among Michigan children

Both state and federal regulatory agencies failed the people of Flint, Michigan, by declining to take action after discovering the presence of high levels of lead in the community’s water supply.

Worldwide Droughts – Preparing Ahead for Mass Migrations

Draught in the world
There’s supposed to be water, water everywhere in Brazil but today there’s hardly a drop to drink in the country’s biggest city, Sao Paulo. And it looks like there’s more than just a drought to blame.

The dark underbelly of sustainable development: Agenda 21

Sustainable development has been the catchphrase of the environmental movement for over 20 years and rarely are underlying motives questioned. After all, a majority of people want a healthy future, free of pollutants and global warming where the earth is protected for ourselves and subsequent generations. There is a catch, however. The underpinnings of sustainable development are rooted in Agenda 21, a body of regulations inspired by the United Nations (UN) "Earth Summit" conference in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. At first glance, the agenda looks beneficial and harmless -- except for the fact that it sets forth a policy which strips individuals of freedom and controls private land unconstitutionally.