Category: News

Transporting Nuclear Waste Exposes Populations to Toxic Radiation

Nuclear waste transportations form a risky business for public health, given the number of shipments of nuclear waste traveling around the world. Especially Pregnant women could be exposed to ionizing radioactivity from nuclear waste shipped around the globe. “Pregnant women and the fetus and the womb should not be exposed to any ionizing radioactivity if it can be avoided. In the USA, nuclear waste is secretly shipped past Americans all the time without many of us knowing it. Even waste passing… Continue Reading “Transporting Nuclear Waste Exposes Populations to Toxic Radiation”

Cannabis Oil Industry Valued @ $20 Billion in 2020

For years, experts have predicted that if the cannabis industry expands at its current rate, the American marketwill reach $20 billion by 2020. But it turns out that one market is spinning off into a mega-industry of its own. According to a new estimate from cannabis industryanalysts the Brightfield Group, the hemp-CBD market alone could hit $22 billion by 2022. CBD, a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis, has had a surge in popularity over… Continue Reading “Cannabis Oil Industry Valued @ $20 Billion in 2020”

Insect Armageddon has Significant Consequences for Human Environment

Our generation is presiding over an ecological apocalypse and we have somehow or other normalized it. Certainly, the statistics are grim. If insectswere to vanish, the environment would collapse into chaos.” An Insect Armageddon is under way, say many entomologists, the result of a multiple whammy of environmental impacts: pollution, habitat changes,overuse of pesticides, and global warming. And it is a decline that could have crucial consequences. Our creepy crawlies may have unsettling looks but… Continue Reading “Insect Armageddon has Significant Consequences for Human Environment”

Norway first Nation to ban Deforestation

Norway has become the first country in the world to ban deforestation. The Norwegian Parliament pledged that the government’s public procurement policywill be deforestation-free. Any product that contributes to deforestation will not be used in the Scandinavian country. The pledge was recommended by Norwegian Parliament’s Standing Committee on Energy and Environment as part of the Action Plan on Nature Diversity. Rain Forest Foundation Norway was the main lobbying power behind this recommendation… Continue Reading “Norway first Nation to ban Deforestation”

Global Nations must Triple Action to Avoid Climate Change

The United Nations issued a wake-up call to world leaders for urgent climate action to be taken before its too late. If the emissions gap is not closed by 2030, it is extremely unlikely that the 2 C temperature goal can still be reached. Despite national pledges to curb planet-warming emissions, the current pace of government action is “insufficient” to limit global warming to well below 2 C… Continue Reading “Global Nations must Triple Action to Avoid Climate Change”

Humanity has Wiped out 60% of Global Wildlife since 1970

Modern day life, aviation and other forms of industrial pollution have resulted in the destruction of 60% of the global animal populations over the last 50 years, according to scientists. The huge loss of the planet’s wildlife is a tragedy in itself but also threatens the survival of civilization, say the world’s leading scientists. “We are sleepwalking towards the edge of a cliff”  The emergency that now threatens our civilization has ran out of control, with corporate profit system… Continue Reading “Humanity has Wiped out 60% of Global Wildlife since 1970”

Recycling Plastic was Never really Possible

Head to the kitchen, open your fridge and cupboards, and take out everything that’s made of plastic. The list goes like this – and that’s just one room! Bags of pasta, rice, bottles of olive oil or soy sauce, blocks of cheese, cartons of milk and juice, packaging around meat and fish, bags of spinach is the new normal. Even two-packs of avocados, or cherry tomatoes, herb and spice jars, washing up liquid bottles, sponges, everything is part of the $100… Continue Reading “Recycling Plastic was Never really Possible”

Curacao als onderdeel van Caribisch Gok Netwerk

Vijf jaar na de dood van Helmin Wiels zijn de opdrachtgevers nog steeds niet opgepakt en/of veroordeeld, terwijl er tenminste 2 mensen van Curacao al meer dan 5 jaar ondergedoken zitten in het buitenland. Vandaag is het precies 25 jaar geleden dat de toenmalig premier Maria Liberia Peters en Justitieminister… Continue Reading “Curacao als onderdeel van Caribisch Gok Netwerk”

Nederlandse Toeristen Overspoelen en Bezetten Stranden op Curacao

Volgens onlangs vrijgegeven cijfers van het CTB komt meer dan de helft van alle toeristenb overnachtigingen op Curacao voor rekening van een bezoeker uit Nederland. Ondanks dit bijzonder aanzienlijk belang blijft de staatskas leeg, en zal de belasting dienst andere maatregelen moeten treffen met betrekking tot dit tegenstrijdige fenomeen. Dit jaar kondigde de PAR dictatuur nog meer eenzijdige maatregelen aan, wat de gemeenschap verder naar de… Continue Reading “Nederlandse Toeristen Overspoelen en Bezetten Stranden op Curacao”

Curacao Mass Tourism Impoverishes Local Community

Curacao is small sunny Caribbean island along the coast of Venezuela. Although it lies in Venezuelan territorial waters, the Dutch rule the ABC-Islands from from top to toe. The Dutch international enterprises need the island as their trade hub to the Latin American continent, accounting for 20% of all the attributable inflows, followed by the USA with 17% in 2014. The Netherlands is currently the… Continue Reading “Curacao Mass Tourism Impoverishes Local Community”

Brazilian President wants to Chop Down Amazon Rainforest

Brazil’s recently CIA backed elected president, Jair Bolsonaro, represents what many consider to be the far-right ideologies of nationalism, corporatism, and indifference toward the environment, culture and the poor. The new Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s agenda is to put the Amazon Rainforest lands on the auction block for logging, mining, and agro-businesses, and forcing the indigenous population to assimilate intoBrazilian urban society. Bolsonaro has been quoted as saying that ‘minorities will have to adapt or simply disappear.’ This is… Continue Reading “Brazilian President wants to Chop Down Amazon Rainforest”