Obama and the EPA gave approval for “dramatically raising permissible radioactive levels in drinking water and soil following ‘radiological incidents.'”
As of December 31, the City of Prince George, British Columbia, Canada will be fluoride free for the first time since October 4, 1954.
New York City boroughs have planted more than 250 gardens to protect local waterways and to make NYC’s concrete jungle a little more aesthetic.
Scientists created a method to desalinate water, which may also be able to take out pesticides, drug residues,, and other chemicals from waterways.
It is more important than ever to learn how to potentially rid your body of GMO toxic creations. Here are some excellent ways to rid your body of GMOs.
Many U.S. communities and even entire nations have removed fluoride from water to protect public health. Here are a 5 things you should know about fluoride.
Biotech claims that genetically modified crops help to save water, better the soil, and feed the world. But these propagandized statements are false.
Coca-Cola has been ordered to shut down operations in Mehdiganj, a city in India, for using too much water and violating pollution laws.
Water is vital to the existence of life on planet Earth, and this precious resource is in danger. Here are 43 ways to save water – every drop counts,
Numerous pieces of research show how cross-breeding corn is more beneficial than GM corn, especially where drought-resistant crops are concerned.
Staying hydrated is one of the most important ways to stay healthy. Here are 10 essential benefits of drinking (purified) water and staying hydrated.
Within the last couple years, Walmart agreed to pay a $110 million fine to settle a years-long investigation into dumping toxic waste around the country.
Do you ever suffer from urinary tract infections? While antibiotics can be effective, natural solutions work as well. Here are 6 natural alternatives.
Atrazine is a toxic weed killer made by Syngenta found in the nation’s water, but the EPA is ignoring the research, allowing the toxin to run rampant.
A man in Oregon has been sent to prison after local authorities found he had collected more than 13 million gallons of rainwater on his own property.
What if you could grow more food with less water in something that takes up only 8 square feet of outdoor space? The Pyramid Garden may offer just that.
Insane. Nestle was caught taking water from a town’s pristine aquifer, only to sell the water back to town residents in bottles. The town is fighting back.