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Australia’s Carbon Challenge Shrinks, According to Research
Australia’s emissions reduction requirements may be smaller than initially anticipated according to new research. The news comes as the newly-elected Government moves to repeal the Carbon Tax legislation and introduce ...
October 23, 2013
Are You Sleeping on an Oil Field?
If you sleep on a conventional mattress (like most people do), you're spending a third of your life ...
October 14, 2013
You Probably Have Plastic in Your Blood; 20 Ways to Avoid Plastic
More than 90 percent of people have plastic in their blood, a phenomenon now linked with heart disease, ...
October 2, 2013
Plastic Whales, Soup, and Islands—A Dutch Look at Our Plastic World
In Amsterdam, a new tradition has been born. “Oud-Amsterdamsch Plastic Visschen,” or old-school Amsterdam-style plastic fishing. On the ...
September 24, 2013
Luminaries Want Action on Climate Change
NEW YORK—Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair, head of the World Bank Jim Yong Kim, and Virgin Group ...
September 24, 2013
Small Farmers Show Resilience
After historic droughts, floods, and fires in recent years, American farmers got good news this harvest season.
September 13, 2013
Not Even Good Enough for Dog Food: Imported Food From China Loaded With Chemicals, Dyes, Pesticides and Fake Ingredients
(NaturalNews) Do you really know what's in all the food you're eating that's imported from China? If you ...
September 12, 2013
Five Early Autumn Gardening Projects
Summer is coming to a close, but the change of season still offers a wealth of gardening opportunities ...
September 11, 2013
GMO Field Trials: Contamination Concerns
The threat of GMO contamination weighs heavily on American wheat, half of which is grown for overseas customers ...
September 4, 2013
10 Lessons From Wolf Families (+Photos)
Wolves are found to be intelligent, social, and playful. They display a range of emotions usually only attributed ...
August 31, 2013
Brother Rashid Nuri, Mensch of Wheat Street Garden (+Video)
Rashid Nuri founded the non-profit Truly Living Well in 2006, and its multiple farms and gardens produce 30,000 ...
August 17, 2013
6 Warning Signs and the 16 Deadliest Places for Lightning Strikes
On average lightning kills 93 people and injures 257 in America each year, according to a study by ...
August 14, 2013
How to Attract Pollinators: 6 Must-Have Plants
With recent declines in bee populations, there is a growing awareness of the contribution pollinators make to the ...
August 8, 2013
NY Steps Into Fray of GMO Labeling
GMO labeling legislation has been in limbo in New York for a decade, but the pressure is back ...
August 1, 2013
Offsetting Emissions: Wetland Plants Counter Carbon
A 19-year Smithsonian study of wetland plants and carbon dioxide offers new hope about the planet’s resilience.
July 27, 2013
More Climbers Than Ever Seeking Mount McKinley’s Summit
A record number of climbers summited North America's highest peak, Mount McKinley, this season.
July 20, 2013
Ben & Jerry’s Ingredients: No GMO in Ice Creams
Ben & Jerry's ingredients: Ice cream purveyor Ben & Jerry's will stop using genetically-modified ingredients in its products, ...
June 3, 2013
ConocoPhillips Suspends Alaska Oil Drilling
Oil and gas giant ConocoPhillips has become the second major oil company to suspend drilling off Alaska's Arctic ...
April 15, 2013
‘Monsanto Protection Act’ Signed, Derided by Opponents
"Monsanto Protection Act" provisions were signed earlier this week into law. The "Monsanto Protection Act" effectively prevents large ...
March 28, 2013
Cow Manure Powers Dairy Farms
NEW YORK—An increasing number of dairy farmers in New York state are discovering an ecological solution to deal ...
April 17, 2012
Global Water Crisis Worsening
For years, experts have been warning that the world is facing a freshwater crisis of unprecedented proportions.
December 2, 2006
Shinzo Abe Warns Beijing Not to ‘Misjudge’ Situation in East China Sea, Beijing Calls Its ‘Utter Nonsense’
Jan. 6 Panel Recommends Contempt Charge Against Former Trump DOJ Official
Facebook Parent Meta Removes China-Linked Influence Network Pushing COVID-19 Disinformation
Isabel van Brugen
Australian Parliament Passes Magnitsky-Style Laws
Epoch Times Sydney Staff
EXCLUSIVE: Texas Law Enforcement Reports Reveal Scope of the Border Crisis
Democrats to Lose Key Figure as DeFazio Announces Retirement
Big Jump in Criminal Charges Against Chicago Police Officers This Year
CNN’s Chris Cuomo Calls His Suspension ‘Embarrassing’
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Socialist Group Calls for NY Rep. Bowman’s Expulsion Over Trip to Israel
Latin America’s Vaccine Rejection Stems From Sterilization, Experiments