Pat Elder: Drinking water in Okinawa is heavily contaminated with PFOS and other harmful compounds recklessly discarded by the Americans.
Melissa Kravitz Hoeffner: And water waste is just the start of the climate-ruining inefficiencies commonplace in the wine industry. Sustainably speaking, climate change could be problematic for your favorite glass of wine.
Pat Elder: Task Force report contains inaccuracies and contradictions unreported by the media.
Paul Haeder: Her presence here, precipitated by what happened in 1975, has literally changed the narrative around the toxic herbicides timber companies, tree farms and road crews spray both by air and land.
John William: Japan has long since debated about hunting the smaller species of whales and that not all species were considered endangered
April M. Short: Freecycle plans to add a lending and borrowing tool to encourage people to share with friends and neighbors.
Pat Elder: Because the Trump administration’s EPA is asleep at the switch, it’s imperative the Assembly takes the lead in protecting California’s public and the environment.
Pat Elder: The nation’s top public health officials say 1 ppt of PFAS is potentially dangerous to public health. Pregnant woman in Pleasanton should be immediately warned not to drink water containing PFAS.
t’s textbook Institutional Racism. Did Trump say out loud, “I’m going to gut the original environmental law of the US and it will affect everyone’s health negatively but the health of black and brown people the most?” Of course not. But that is exactly what is afoot with his intention to roll back major portions […]
Mark Dempsey: To prevent private profit from damaging the public realm, environmentalists must lobby to tax that “unearned increment”—the egregious 5,000% – 10,000% profit the speculators get from greenfield development—depriving speculators of income.
Ellen Brown: Contrary to popular belief, the biggest environmental polluters are not big fossil fuel companies. They are big agribusiness and factory farming, with six powerful food industry giants playing a major role.
Valerie Vande Panne : The point made by examining the entire life cycle of plastic is that we will never—no, never—solve the problem of plastic simply by dealing with the end waste products.
Pat Elder: In the real world – the world outside of these despicable psychological operations of the US government against its citizens – the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines have poisoned communities across the country for several generations.