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Ohio train disaster exposes dark side of plastics

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Continued pesticide use ENDANGERS farm workers and children… why are the risks still being ignored?

January 14, 2020 - badpollution, environment, EPA limits, FDA, food safety, food supply, Fresh, organic produce, pesticide exposure, pesticides, toxic ingredients, USDA

Most of us can choose to buy organic produce to avoid the dangers of pesticides to some degree, but the same can’t be said of farm workers and children living in the vicinity of conventional farms. Study after study has alerted us to the havoc that exposure can wreak on health. Why are these risks constantly being ...

16-Month dredging operation at the Port of Miami DESTROYED 50 to 90 percent of nearby reefs

January 10, 2020 - badpollution, Collapse, coral reefs, corals, destruction, dredging, Ecology, Endangered species, environ, extinction, Florida, Miami, ocean life, outrage, pollution, Port of Miami, water pollution

New findings from a team of researchers from the University of Miami (UM) revealed significant damage to anywhere between 50 to 90 percent of Miami’s coral reefs during the 16-month dredging operation at the Port of Miami. This study, published in the journal Marine ...

New deep-sea mining operation of rare earth minerals will be catastrophic for our oceans

January 15, 2020 - badpollution, deep sea mining, environment, minerals, mining, ocean health, Oceans, rare earth minerals, smart devices, tech, wildlife

The next great frontier in resource extraction is located deep beneath the waters of our world’s great oceans. But experts warn that the reckless dredging of our delicate, underwater ecosystems could be the straw that finally breaks the camel’s back, environmentally speaking.

In an in-depth piece he wrote for The Atlantic, Wil ...

Why are tiny microplastics such a big deal? Understanding the harmful side effects of exposure, ingestion

January 09, 2020 - badpollution, badscience, BPA, BPA-free, environment, microplastics, nanoplastics, plastics, pollution, research

From the clothes you wear to the packaging that wrap your food, there’s no denying that there are plastics all around you – even inside your own body.

This is according to a report published by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) based on a study done by researchers from the University of Newcastle in Australia, which looked at data surrounding ...

Understanding the dangers of bisphenol (and how you can avoid it)

January 13, 2020 - badpollution, bisphenol A, Chemical exposure, chemicals, food packaging, Hormone disruptors, receipts, toxins

Before you start digging in your latest take-out purchase and taking a sip out of your soda can, it would be wise to make sure that you aren’t exposing yourself to plastics that contain toxic chemicals. Bisphenols are a group of industrial chemicals used to manufacture plastics and resins. Bisphenol-A (BPA), the most infamous of the lot, is found in ...

Turn off the lights: Exposure to light at night is harmful for amphibians, research finds

January 14, 2020 - badpollution, biodiversity, conservation, deforestation, Ecology, Endangered species, environment, extinction, light pollution, pollution, wildlife

Turn down your lights at night, fellow humans ?– it might be doing more harm than good to Kermit and his fellow amphibians, a recent research from State University of New York at Binghamton (SUNY Binghamton) suggests.

In a study published in the journal Environmental Pollution, Jessica Hua, Assistant Professor of ...

Delta airplane caught “chemtrailing” schoolchildren with fuel during emergency landing at LAX

January 15, 2020 - badpollution, California, chemicals, chemtrails, Delta, Delta Air Lines, emergency landing, fuel, fuel dump, geoengineering, LAX, Los Angeles, Los Angeles International Airport, poison, schoolchildren, toxic chemicals

In a bizarre and highly disturbing incident that took place in the sunny skies above Southern California, a Delta Air Lines flight headed towards Shanghai, China, blasted an elementary schoolyard with fuel during an emergency U-turn landing back ...

Scientists discover toxic metals in reproductive organs of endangered eels

January 13, 2020 - badpollution, badscience, catadromous fish, Ecology, Endangered species, environ, environment, European eel, goodscience, Heavy metals, industrial by-products, research, Toxic Metals, water pollution, wildlife

The European eel, scientifically known as Anguilla anguilla, is a catadromous fish — meaning it spawns and is born at sea before moving toward freshwater to eat and grow. Throughout their lifespan, these fish travel thousands of miles searching for food ...

Trump administration pushing to overturn rulings against Bayer, Monsanto for health damage caused by glyphosate (Roundup)

January 21, 2020 - badpollution, Bayer, drain the swamp, environ, Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, ethics waivers, glyphosate, herbicide, lawsuits, Monsanto, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, overturn, protecting corporations, Public Health, rigged, Roundup, Trump, Trump administration, Twisted

California is leading the charge in holding Monsanto (now owned by Bayer AG) accountable for the widespread health damage caused by its cancer-causing herbicide Roundup (glyphosate). But the ...

Artificial light and the circadian rhythm: Sleeping with a TV or light on linked to weight gain, reveals study

January 19, 2020 - badpollution, badtechnology, body mass index, light pollution, obesity, poor sleep, prevention, stopobesity, weight gain

After a long day of work, many people might find themselves watching a show before they fall asleep. However, if you manage to fall asleep while leaving the television on, it might lead to some negative consequences on your health.

A study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine found that exposure to artificial light while sleeping ...

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