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Environmental crimes are on the rise, so are efforts to prevent them

Environmental crimes are widely recognized as among some of the most profitable forms of transnational criminal activity.


Military Base Has Legacy of Pesticide and Other Toxic Chemical Exposure and Harm

“‘Don’t get pregnant at George Air Force Base’” was the advice imparted from one female Air Force member to another in 1975 at that base, located 100+ miles north of San Diego and used as an active military site from 1941–1992.


Number of Americans with Alzheimer's expected to double by 2060

The number of people living with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias will double by 2060, according to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Puppies spread antibiotic-resistant infections to 118 people, CDC reports

Contact with puppies at six pet store companies in 18 states led to infections that sickened more than 100 people, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


FDA: Your pets' flea and tick medicine could cause them neurological issues

The FDA warned pet owners on Thursday that some flea and tick medicine could cause neurologic adverse events for dogs and cats.


Global push to cut deaths from cancer and heart disease wildly off course

More than half of all countries will not meet global targets to cut deaths from cancer, heart disease and other chronic conditions, according to a report in the Lancet.


How Monsanto and Weather Modification Are Really Related!

Genetically Modified Weather: The Tale of FROSTBAN™ Synthetic Bacteria


Vegan GMO Burger That “Bleeds” Hits Hundreds of Fast Food Locations Including 'Organic' Ones

From White Castle to 'Organic' Burger Joints like Bareburger, a bloody GMO burger is quickly gaining mass adoption. But is it as safe, healthy, and good for the planet as they claim?


Air pollution harms unborn babies. Now we might know why.

Air pollution from a Pennsylvania coal-fired plant took its toll on the health of perhaps our most vulnerable: unborn babies. The Portland Generating Station had long been blamed for belching pollution into the air and endangering the health of nearby residents living about an hour west of Newark, near the border of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.


More than ever, our clothes are made of plastic. Just washing them can pollute the oceans.

Polyester, nylon, acrylic, and other synthetic fibers — all of which are forms of plastic — are now about 60 percent of the material that makes up our clothes worldwide. Synthetic plastic fibers are cheap and extremely versatile, providing for stretch and breathability in athleisure, and warmth and sturdiness in winter clothes.

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