Bruce Cain: “Demand An End To 5G And Smart Meters …”

(It’s not just about Marijuana anymore…sk)Above:  Bruce Cain gives testimony on 5G/Smart Meters before the Dearborn Heights City Council on May, 14th, 2019What follows is my testimony on 5G/Smart Meters which I will be delivering before the Dearborn Heights City Council on April 23rd, 2019. I have tried to write this as a template so …

Thank you for contacting me to share your interest in protecting the environment

  Dear Ms. Krider; Thank you for contacting me to share your interest in protecting the environment. I appreciate your making me aware of your concerns, and I welcome the opportunity to respond.  Like you, I believe that preserving and promoting a healthy environment is important to the future of our country and the Commonwealth …

Marijuana makes mother nature cry: report

06/26/15 05:17 PM facebook twitter 1 save share group 37 By Tony Dokoupil     If you consume cannabis this weekend, you might also be killing fish, clear-cutting forest, and poisoning some cute-faced and endangered members of the weasel family. That’s one takeaway from new report in the journal BioScience, which details the water-guzzling, land-destroying, …

Kentucky has more lakes suspected of having toxic algae

      LOUISVILLE, Ky. —Kentucky has seven lakes suspected of having excessive levels of toxic algae, but state officials aren't revealing which bodies of water are being targeted for a second round of tests. Kentucky environmental regulators are drawing water from the lakes for a second time for more rigorous laboratory analysis after initial …

CoalSwarm: A Clearinghouse for Shared Information on King Coal

by PRW Staff — January 6, 2013 - 11:13am Topics: Energy, Environment The article below was written by Ted Nace, who founded CoalSwarm. Since 2008, the Center for Media and Democracy has been hosting the CoalSwarm wiki project on CMD's SourceWatch.org website. SourceWatch is a sister site of this site, PRWatch.org, and other sites of …

Research: Feeding hens with hemp

Researchers at Aarhus University, Denmark have been experimenting with feedings chickens hemp, to test whether giving the birds extra roughage with a high nutritional value can benefit the environment, their welfare, and their product quality. In organic egg production, hens are offered roughage in the form of pasture vegetation in the hen yard, silage or …