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Q & A: Recycling electronic waste could be a golden opportunity

By 2033, more than 1 billion laptops, cellphones, and other electronic devices could be entering the U.S. waste stream each year.That's according to a new study in Nature Sustainability that projects a dramatic increase in the amount and complexity of U.S. waste electronics in the decade ahead.


Climate-Friendly Organic Systems Are More Profitable for Farmers than Chemical-Intensive Agriculture

The longest-running — four-decade — investigation comparing organic and conventional grain-cropping approaches in North America is reporting impressive results for organic.


The gross stuff legally allowed in YOUR favorite food by the FDA: Five RAT HAIRS in a jar of peanut butter, 30 insect limbs in a chocolate bar and rodent droppings in popcorn

There are probably trace amounts of animal poop, rat hairs and insect skin in some of your favorite foods — and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is OK with it.


House passes bill to protect firefighters from ‘forever chemicals’

The Environmental Working Group applauds the House for passing a bill to help protect firefighters from exposure to the toxic “forever chemicals” known as PFAS widely used in their tools and equipment.​


Switzerland plans to BAN electric cars from the roads and order games consoles turned off during power shortages in a bid to reduce energy consumption

Switzerland will ban the use of electric cars for 'non-essential' journeys if the country runs out of energy this winter, the government has announced.


Wooden spoons and glass mugs: how to avoid toxic chemicals in your kitchen

Simply making a meal can be a toxic minefield. Dangerous chemicals lurk in just about every step of the prep: PFAS “forever chemicals” in nonstick cookware, bisphenol in plastic containers, lead in ceramics, arsenic in pans, formaldehyde in cutting boards and the list goes on.


Landmark Deal: Fracking Company Admits Criminal Responsibility, Will Pay $16.29 Million to Build Pennsylvania Water System

Coterra Energy (formerly Cabot Oil & Gas), the gas-drilling company made famous by the documentary “Gasland,” will pay $16.29 million to connect the homes of residents in the rural Pennsylvania community of Dimock to a clean water source.


How Glyphosate Weedkillers Increase Risk of Breast Cancer

A study published in Chemosphere adds to the growing body of research demonstrating that the endocrine-disrupting effects of glyphosate play in breast cancer development.


Elon Musk Says Neuralink Should Be Ready for Human Testing in Six Months

Elon Musk’s startup Neuralink Corp. should be ready to test its technology on humans in six months, the entrepreneur said Wednesday during a live-streamed update about progress the company has made with its brain-implant technology.


Many Canadians are not fully aware of the horrors of the assisted suicide regime: family physician

On this week’s episode of The Van Maren Show, Jonathon has a conversation with a Canadian family medicine practitioner and vocal opponent of MAiD. She gives us the latest news on Canada’s assisted suicide regime and explores what we can do to address this crisis.

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