Tag Archives: Water

NATO contaminating Libya water with depleted uranium

By Leonor en Libia

Part of the NATO war crimes are the pollution of water supplies. This video ends because we got ‘cut-off’.

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They said this wasn’t like Chernobyl and they were wrong

By Michael Collins
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According to an international scientific group monitoring radiation around the world, the Fukushima reactors are emitting nuclear toxins at levels approaching those seen in the “aftermath” of Chernobyl. The Chernobyl disaster began with an explosion, Fukushima is a smoldering cauldron of toxins. Chernobyl had 180 tonnes of nuclear fuel on site. Fukushima has 1700 tonnes of nuclear fuel on site. (Image)

This isn’t the beginning of the end as hoped. It’s looking like the end of the beginning.
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Les paysans n’avaient pas de pain. Marie Antoinette, “Qu’ils mangent de la brioche”

By Michael Collins

We can now update the apocryphal response of Marie Antoinette, who offered cake to the starving peasants.

The people have no food. Let them eat insects.

“Due to the world’s growing food shortage, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization proposes a plan to include insects as a new part of people’s diet.” Insects as Alternative Food (Image)

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TAPPED: A Movie about Water You Need to See

By Dr. Mercola

This Common Beverage Can Spike Brain Damage, Obesity, and Cancer Risk

Tapped is a film that examines the role of the bottled water industry and its effects on health, climate change, pollution, and reliance on oil.

Anytime you drink bottled water, not only are you putting your health at risk, you’re also contributing to one of the most massive environmental waste nightmares of all time. There is a simple, safe, green solution. Continue reading

Water-Gulping Companies’ Risk Disclosures Run Dry: Report

PlanetArk Date: 12-Feb-10
Country: US
Author: Timothy Gardner

WASHINGTON – Most publicly traded companies that depend on water do not adequately disclose their financial risks to droughts and future regulations, even as water scarcity problems mount, according to a report released on Thursday.

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