The Oceaneos Marine Research Foundation of Vancouver, Canada, says that it is seeking permits from the Chilean government to release up to 10 tonnes of iron particles 130 kilometers off the coast of Coquimbo as early as 2018.
The global herbicide market is poised to grow exponentially in 2022, which in turn may further drive up the already high cancer rates around the world.
When TED Senior Fellow Cesar Harada heard about the devastating effects of the BP Oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, he quit his dream job and moved to New Orleans to develop a more efficient way to soak up the oil.
Twenty-five years ago I founded and headed a large and influential environmental grassroots group in metro New York. One of my biggest challenges was to keep my board of directors and rank-and-file from embellishing, exaggerating and distorting the f
The primary goal of the Paris Climate Accord -- the reduction of atmospheric carbon dioxide -- is nothing less than genocide against all plant life across our planet.
We Just Avoided Nuclear Disaster. If We Don't Act Now, We May Not Be Able To Avoid The Next One
Before he was tapped to lead the EPA under President Donald Trump, Pruitt served as the attorney general in the oil-rich of Oklahoma.
By: Nick Bernabe/ANTIMEDIA South Dakota -- The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) has already sprung a leak in South Dakota, according to the state's Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though i
Hanford Emergency Update: Destry Henderson, Spokesperson with the Hanford Emergency Center
There's been no radiation leaks reported, but authorities are still being very cautious with a nuclear emergency in the Pacific Northwest.
Researchers from the University of Antwerp and KU Leuven have succeeded in developing a process that purifies air and, at the same time, generates power. The device must only be exposed to light in order to function.
Environmental journalist suggests domestic terrorism to blow up oil and gas wells is justifiable
(Natural News) Following a major earthquake in March 2011, a 15 meter-high tsunami ravaged the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.
As you chomp away at a tuna salad sandwich on your lunch break, you're probably thinking about an upcoming work assignment or cleaning out your inbox. What's probably not crossing your mind is that your little supply of Albacore Tuna cans could b
TED speakers duke it out over a plan to release massive amounts of chalk into the atmosphere
At TED, a conference about big ideas that's largely attended by tech luminaries, it was inevitable that geoengineering -- the idea of changing the earth's atmosphere to halt or reverse climate change -- would come up.
. In fact the Hopi founded their home in the harsh Arizona desert as part of a plan; there they would all have to cooperate because of the harsh desert environment. The American Indian tribes have many stories about how conditions had to be just hard
There is healing power in gold and silver. Both precious metals serve as an investment as well as money. Gold and silver also have technological applications. We recently reported that gold is the new green with a growing number of environmental appl
Each year, Earth Day is accompanied by predictions of doom. Let's take a look at past predictions to determine just how much confidence we can have in today's environmentalists' predictions.
Inlet Beach is an old Florida community in Walton County on the Gulf Coast of the panhandle of Florida.
Aerosols to protect Earth from global warming will be sprayed into the stratosphere NEXT YEAR, but scientists warn the results could be 'catastrophic'
If current trends continue, many freshwater lakes in the US and Canada will be too salty for human use or aquatic life.
Manna Menace in Disguise Poor Kids
When the 63-year-old Newfoundland fisherman began building the $2.2 million trawler two years ago he had 750,000 pounds worth of shrimp quota to catch. But plummeting shrimp numbers in the cold water off Labrador have led Fisheries and Oceans Ca
Officially kicking rumors of 'chemtrails' into overdrive, Harvard scientists announced the launch of a $20 million geoengineering program, set to kick off mere weeks from now -- the first such project this comprehensive in scope -- in a bid to
From packing peanuts to disposable coffee cups, each year the US alone produces some two billion pounds of Styrofoam -- none of which can be recycled.
CIA Director just addressed the Council on Foreign Relations and admitted his desire to conduct stratospheric aerosol injection.
For over a half-century, the government and those in the medical and science community who fed at its richly nutritious teats of grants and subsidies had declared that it was a scientific fact that saturated fats were a primary cause of heart disease
The devastation imparted by the Fukushima meltdown in 2011 is still in effect, and it's likely that the radiation from the nuclear power plant will be in our environment for a very long time.