Health Effects of Cellphone & Cell Tower Radiation:Implications for 5G Nov. 3, 2021 Notes on Q&A by Dylan Harnett https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=q-_8PvG753A&t=4872s with Joel Moskowitz, PhD, Director of Center for Family and Community Health, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley. Moskowitz received over 100 questions during the Q&A, and he was not able to get to my question about whether shungite protects against EMF. Here is one argument for shungite with citations of studies, and here is one argument against it.
U.K.’s Biggest Source of Greenhouse Gas is an ‘Eco’ Power Station October 9, 2021.
Roads, fences and other disruptive human infrastructure can make migration and everyday roaming dangerous for our wildlife. Wildlife corridors are a critical tool for helping wildlife navigate around human development.
You can learn more about the benefits of wildlife corridors with our new virtual tour from our new report: "Reconnecting Nature: How Wildlife Corridors Can Help Save U.S. Species." ... The Santa Monica Mountains are home to cougars isolated by the 10-lane highway. Scientists estimate that if these cougars remain isolated, this population could be wiped out in the next 50 years. ... A 165-foot wide land bridge is underway to connect these cougars with their cousins, boosting population resiliency by expanding the gene pool, making a healthier and more biodiverse ecosystem. ... Millions of migratory birds and butterflies rely on safe coastal habitat to find food and shelter as they migrate across the Great Lakes. Threats like urbanization, invasive species and climate change have shrunk and destroyed much of the available habitat along the migration path. ... Chicago dedicated 100 acres to create the Burnham Wildlife Corridor, which provides food and shelter to about 300 species of birds each year. Providing key resources along their migration path allows them to safely complete their long journey and further the species. ... Black bears, martens and lynx are all beginning to shift their historic ranges in response to climate change. While animals transition to new areas, commercial and industrial development threaten to fragment their roaming pathways. ... Partnerships like the Staying Connected Initiative conserve swaths of forest and wetland to ensure ecosystems stay connected. These projects will help keep black bears, martens, lynx and their entire ecosystem from splintering, ensuring a healthy future. Learn more about wildlife corridors -- and how you can help -- by exploring our virtual tour of seven corridor projects. Sincerely, The team at Environment America Research & Policy Center
06/09/21 Earth’s Atmospheric CO2 Soars to Highest Level in 4 Million Years New data released Monday showed atmospheric carbon dioxide reached a monthly average of 419 parts per million in May, the maximum reading ever recorded since measurements began 63 years ago and the highest level the planet has experienced in more than 4 million years.
A study published May 4 by the academic journal Frontiers in Environmental Science finds pesticides widely used in American agriculture pose a grave threat to organisms that are critical to healthy soil, biodiversity and soil carbon sequestration to fight climate change.
Why Are Gates and Pentagon Releasing “Gene Edited” (GMO) Mosquitoes in Florida Keys? May 12, 2021. The project, which sounds positive in the press statements, is alarming in many respects. First, the refusal to allow a citizen vote on the controversial GMO release. Second, there exists no cost-benefit analysis of the risks versus benefits of releasing millions of mosquitoes whose genetic traits are mutating in often unpredictable ways. Is it worth the risk that an ever more robust variety of mosquito will mutate from the project? No one can say. Traditional mosquito control techniques have worked well until now.
05/03/21 ‘Dark Moment in History’ as GMO Mosquitoes Released in Florida Environmentalists said the release of up to a billion GMO mosquitoes over a two-year period is about maximizing profits for biotech giant Oxitec, not about the pressing need to address mosquito-borne diseases.
Building resilience for storm-battered N.C. February 2021. Carolina researchers created a plan to help vulnerable communities weather future storms.
The World Meteorological Organization's “State of the Global Climate” report says climate crisis is pushing the world "dangerously close" to hitting the 1.5 degree Celsius target limit of warming.
‘A poor man’s rainforest’: why we need to stop treating soil like dirt. April 16, 2021. The mysterious world under our feet is under threat. Protecting it is as vital as tackling the climate crisis, scientists warn
Migrant children are being held in toxic U.S. detention centers. April 9, 2021. The Biden administration is preparing to detain thousands of migrant children at sites with histories of toxic contamination.
Bill Gates and His Fake Solutions to Climate Change. 04/06/21. A new report from Navdanya International calls for rejecting Bill Gates’ fake solutions and instead supporting an ecological approach to food and agriculture which can provide a long-lasting solution to climate change.
OMG! Bill Gates: Ready To Spray Chalk Dust Into Stratosphere To Cool Planet. March 2021.
Why Frack Wastewater Injected Underground Doesn’t Always Stay There. Drillers use millions of gallons of water mixed with sand and chemicals at high pressure to crack the deeper Marcellus and Utica shale formations, releasing the oil and gas. ... That chemical-laced wastewater can be toxic and radioactive. Often it gets disposed of in another type of well: disposal wells, called Class II injection wells, where wastewater is injected back into the earth.
Plastic particles pass from mothers into foetuses, rat study shows. Nanoparticles found in foetal brains and hearts, but impact on human health is as yet unknown
The citizen regulators taking on big polluters when the EPA won't. As environmental agencies reel from a Republican-led assault on regulations, local activists are taking up the fight
A 2019 report by Healthy Babies Bright Futures noted that in addition to heavy metals, baby foods are riddled with other neurotoxic chemicals — including perchlorate, phthalates and glyphosate — all of which can add up to significant health impacts. By Lyn Redwood, RN, MSN