environment

The Plastics Paradox Facing Humanity

There are countless stories in the media and popular culture about our fraught relationship with plastic, focusing on our addiction and dependence. However, this way of framing the problem actually serves to perpetuate it. Plastics are plural.

Good News Headlines 4/6/2022

From charities and governments, to celebrities and everyday people, millions are pitching in to ease the burden for fleeing or sheltering Ukrainians. In turn, they’re inspiring the world with their generosity and strength.

How Nanoplastics Enter The Human Body

In the past decade, scientists have detected microplastic in the bodies of fish and shellfish; in packaged meats, processed foods, beer, sea salt, soft drinks, tap water, and bottled water. If you regularly drink water from plastic bottles, you’re likely ingesting even more plastic than the average consumer.

A Way Of Life In Danger

Organic farmers face unprecedented challenges to preserving their livelihoods as government missteps plus the takeover of organic brands by multinational agribusinesses erode trust in the organic label.

Good News Headlines 12/1/2021

Ontario’s northernmost First Nation has switched on a 300 kilowatt solar power station, freeing them from the burden of flying diesel by charter plane 500 miles up the Canadian coastline.

Good News Headlines 11/24/2021

Union workers for equipment manufacturer John Deere voted to approve a new contract on Wednesday, ending a strike sustained by over 10,000 workers at 14 locations for nearly five weeks.

EMFs: Field Updates

Although we cannot yet predict who is likely to become electrically sensitive, there are five main observed precursors that lead to EHS:  high electrical exposure, high chemical exposure, biological trauma (mold, Lyme, parasites), physical trauma (whiplash), a compromised immune system.

21 Greenest Countries On Earth In 2020

The world’s top ten most green, clean air, climate-conscious countries are all in Europe, according to the researchers at Yale and Columbia universities, who rank the world’s nations on eco-friendliness every two years. The U.S. ranks 24.