Actor/Producer/Activist Mark Ruffalo Releases Film “Dark Waters” About DuPont and Asks Congress to Take Action Against “Forever Chemicals”

Actor/Producer/Activist Mark Ruffalo Releases Film “Dark Waters” About DuPont and Asks Congress to Take Action Against “Forever Chemicals” By B.N. Frank Newly released film Dark Waters is based on true events which led American lawyer Robert Bilott to investigate DuPont. From Film School Rejects: Bilott’s environmental crusade began in 1998 when he was contacted by Wilbur Tennant, a farmer from Parkersburg, West Virginia, whose cattle had been dying as a result of suspected poisoning. The farmer believed that the chemical company DuPont was responsible for their deaths, but no local…

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Chemtrails Exposed: The Research Corporation for Science Advancement and the Origins of the New Manhattan Project

Chemtrails Exposed: The Research Corporation for Science Advancement and the Origins of the New Manhattan Project By Peter A. Kirby Recently uncovered evidence indicates that the New Manhattan Project – otherwise known as ‘geoengineering’ – goes back further than previously thought. As the name ‘New Manhattan Project’ implies, the author was previously under the impression that this ultra-massive, super-secret scientific project (the biggest of all time, in fact) only went back to the mid-1940s; directly after the end of the original Manhattan Project. Your intrepid author has recently found evidence…

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Global Ban On Sending Hazardous Waste To Developing Countries Close To Becoming Law. So Where Will We Send All The 5G E-Waste?

Global Ban On Sending Hazardous Waste To Developing Countries Close To Becoming Law. So Where Will We Send All The 5G E-Waste? By B.N. Frank Experts have already determined that E-Waste is a huge toxic problem.  They have also predicted that the widespread implementation of 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) will make this MUCH worse. Most electronics are NOT currently being recycled.  So what is going to happen to the increasing amounts of E-Waste from 5G, IoT, utility “Smart” Meters and other environmentally unfriendly and often unnecessary technology? From…

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Conflicted Judge Abets Chevron Retaliation Against Heroic Lawyer Steven Donziger

Conflicted Judge Abets Chevron Retaliation Against Heroic Lawyer Steven Donziger By Aaron Kesel For over a decade, New York lawyer and activist Steven Donziger, of Donziger and Associates, has been fighting Chevron after the oil giant bought out Texaco. However, just when we think we’ve seen it all in the Chevron case, NY District Court Justice Lewis Kaplan seeks to prove we ain’t seen nothing yet. Judge Kaplan wants Amazonian lawyer, Steven Donziger, destroyed, at all costs! Background This author was first made aware of the Amazonian villagers’ suffering, and…

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New Smartphone Uses Mostly Recycled Material, Avoids Conflict Materials, Promotes Good Working Conditions

New Smartphone Uses Mostly Recycled Material, Avoids Conflict Materials, Promotes Good Working Conditions By B.N. Frank For those who want smartphones but are concerned about environmental impact and safe working conditions for employees, Fairphone seems to be the way to go: Modern smartphone production is notoriously bad for the environment and many of the people who work along the supply chain. In 2013, Fairphone set out to change that with a phone that uses recycled raw materials instead of conflict minerals wherever possible. It is produced in factories with good working…

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Pollution Caused by Wireless Wi-Fi Radiation is Topic of “Wireless Silent Spring”

Pollution Caused by Wireless Wi-Fi Radiation is Topic of “Wireless Silent Spring” By B.N. Frank Rachel Carson’s book, Silent Spring was written about environmental harm being caused by pesticides.  It is credited as helping to jump-start the environmental movement: First serialized in The New Yorker in June 1962, the book alarmed readers across America and, not surprisingly, brought a howl of indignation from the chemical industry. “If man were to faithfully follow the teachings of Miss Carson,” complained an executive of the American Cyanamid Company, “we would return to the Dark Ages,…

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Manatee Deaths in 2018 Already Top Last Year’s High Total

Manatee Deaths in 2018 Already Top Last Year’s High Total Nearly 100 Red Tide-Related Deaths So Far; Second-Highest Total This Decade Washington, DC — Driven by toxic red tides, Florida manatee mortality this year has already surpassed losses during all of 2017, according to figures posted today by… Read More Global Justice Ecology Project Global Justice Ecology Project (GJEP) explores and exposes the intertwined root causes of social injustice, ecological destruction, and economic domination.

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