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Smart cities, 5G and EMF pollution: How this ‘new’ technology will INCREASE our exposure to microwave radiation

Across the country, we are beginning to see the rise of so-called “Smart Cities.” The city of the future may include 5G wireless antennas on most utility poles, self-driving vehicles whisking us from place to place, and “Internet of Things” sensors everywhere. But, most people remain uninformed about the dangers of this new technology and the increase in EMF pollution.

EPA shows a disturbing pattern of abandoning the public interest and promoting industry interests

L.J. Devon, March 08, 2016
Instead of going after the corporations that are polluting the country's navigable waterways and municipal water supplies, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) now spends its resources going after individual property owners

Hemp Eats Radiation, Cleans Toxic Metals From Soil

Brandon Turbeville, January 18, 2018
It appears the uses of hemp are endless. In addition to myriad industrial products such as paper, construction material, clothing, food and fuel, hemp is also known to draw out toxic substances from the soil.

Unstoppable California Gas Leak Being Called Worst Catastrophe Since BP Spill

Claire Bernish, December 24, 2015
Porter Ranch, CA — Methane gas continues spewing, unchecked, into the air over southern California from a fractured well to an underground storage site —

Brazil's world-famous beaches now hazardous to health due to human pollution

By Lilley: NaturalNews) People are doing more than just relaxing on the sands of Brazil's breathtaking beaches and because of their bad habits, the beaches are fast-becoming a contamination nightmare, laden with human health hazards. Ironically, it's the humans themselves that are responsible for creating a problem that could jeopardize their health.

Manmade wetlands can help reduce agricultural fertilizer pollution by up to 50%

By Lilley: (NaturalNews) While nitrates are expected in agricultural farming -- anywhere pesticides and fertilizers are used, they are absorbed into the roots of the foods being grown -- excessive amounts of them can reach toxic levels in the water system. The problematic situation has been looked into; however, slow-moving laws and political efforts are not helping to address changes that need to be made sooner than later. That's why a pilot program is being eyed as having huge potential to reduce agricultural fertilizer pollution such as nitrates.

Edible water bottles could reduce plastic waste


Plastics, many of which are plastic bottles for juices, sodas, and water have created a huge planetary ecological disposal problem. Americans use an estimated 50 billion of these disposable plastic bottles annually. And they're made from around 1.5 million gallons of crude oil each year.

Babies in industry polluted China at greater risk of preterm birth and defects


As China continues to industrialize its way out of oppressive communism, the nation's children and babies are paying the price with their health. A new study out of the University of South Carolina has found that pollution in developing countries like China and India is becoming so severe that many babies are being born underweight or with birth defects, or are being born prematurely.

Chemical plant to wipe small Louisiana town off the map


For over a decade, residents of the small town of Mossville, Louisiana, have been reporting numerous cases of premature death, disease and cancer. A new plot by a large chemical plant looks to finish them off, paying 80 percent or more of the residents to leave the town, which could nearly wipe Mossville off the map.