Stranded dolphins are washing up along the East Coast from New Jersey to Virginia, with 124 deaths reported since July. With an alarming death rate […]
by Wendy E. Cook, New Dawn My first introduction to a biodynamic farm was over 35 years ago, yet it made such an indelible impression […]
by Christina Sarich The National Beekeeping organizations and the National Honey Bee Advisory Board have joined forces to protect bee keepers and the food supply in an appeal […]
by Joseph Ephraim In the 1997 film, Conspiracy Theory, Jerry Fletcher says, “A good conspiracy theory is unprovable. I mean if you can prove it, it means […]
By F. William Engdahl Bill Gates, Rockefeller and the GMO giants know something we don’t One thing Microsoft founder Bill Gates can’t be accused of is […]
Hemp is a tall, beautiful and gracious looking annual plant that can reach heights over twelve feet. Although hemp (cannabis sativa) and marijuana (cannabis sativa […]
US honey bees have been dying by the tens of millions, with annual death rates of about 30 percent. With fewer bees to pollinate fruits […]
by Anthony Gucciardi Corporate politics is business as usual inside the United States, as I am once again shocked to report the EPA has sided with industry lobbyists […]
by Anthony Gucciardi Is water a free and basic human right, or should all the water on the planet belong to major corporations and be […]
by Michael Thomas, Contributor If environmental problems are so serious, if we are really threatened by global ecological collapse, why is no one doing anything […]
by Michael Thomas, Contributor People often speak about nature in the context of it being seen as a system next to, or in opposition, to […]
by Jeremy Hance, Mongabay The Peruvian government has declared an environmental state of emergency after finding elevated levels of lead, barium, and chromium in the Pastaza River […]
A record quantity of radioactive cesium – 7,400 times the country’s limit deemed safe for human consumption – has been detected in a greenling fish in the waters near the crippled Fukushima plant, two years after the nuclear disaster.
by Alex Pietrowski, Contributor Fracking, or hydraulic gas fracturing, is the process of extracting natural gas from shale rock layers deep within the earth. The process pumps […]
A 34 minute animated documentary about resource depletion and the impossibility of infinite growth on a finite planet.