Killer whales, or orcas, are one of the most widespread mammals on our planet, living in oceans from pole to pole. Part of the dolphin family, they are extremely social and smart creatures.
If the Supreme Court lifts the moratorium on uranium mining near the Grand Canyon, the expected surge in active claims would endanger not only a cherished national landmark, but also the drinking water for 40 million Americans, according to the Environmental Working Group and Earthworks.
The dumbing down of civilization has been codified in a new study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Exposure to air pollution from diesel fumes during the second trimester of pregnancy may have a detrimental effect on the DNA of unborn children, according to a study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics.
You have probably heard about researchers investigating sewer water to find out all sorts of things about the health and drug habits of the people in that town or municipality.
When it comes to decor, go-to choices often include tasteful art pieces or some lovely houseplants that can add life to any room in your house.
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.
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
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.