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  • Health Scare Sweeps Europe as Millions of Eggs Contaminated With Hazardous Pesticide
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    Millions of Eggs Found Contaminated With Hazardous Pesticide in Europe

    Health Scare Sweeps Europe as Millions of Eggs Contaminated With Hazardous Pesticide 15 countries in the European Union as well as Switzerland and Hong Kong have been affected by millions of contaminated eggs. The eggs were found to contain fipronil – a chemical used to kill insects including ants, beetles and cockroaches. Supermarkets in the […] More

  • New UN Report Projects World Population to Reach 9.8 Billion by 2050
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    New UN Report Projects Growing World Population to Reach 9.8 Billion by 2050

    The UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs has recently released a new report that projects world population to reach 9.8 billion people by 2050. The report projects an increase of over 2 billion people during the next 30 years and 3.6 billion people during the next 80 years, totaling over 11 billion in 2100. […] More

  • BPA Alternative, BPS, Linked to Breast Cancer, Reveals Alarming New Study
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    BPA Alternative, BPS, Linked to Breast Cancer, Reveals Alarming New Study

    Bisphenol S (BPS), a substance used in the plastic industry to replace the chemical Bisphenol A (BPA) has been linked to increasing “the aggressiveness of breast cancer through its behavior as an endocrine-disrupting chemical,” reveals a new study. “Despite hopes for a safer alternative to BPA, studies have shown BPS to exhibit similar estrogen-mimicking behavior […] More

  • International Trade Linked to Millions of Deaths Worldwide
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    International Trade Linked to Millions of Deaths Worldwide

    Millions of people around the world die prematurely from diseases caused by air pollution. A new study has linked the effects of globalization and international trade on air pollution emissions and air quality. The study, published in the journal Nature, reveals that 3.45 million people died as a result of air pollution associated with the […] More

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    Radioactive Particles Detected Across Europe; Authorities Silent

    Radioactive particles were detected across Europe earlier this year and authorities have yet to issue a statement. The radioactive particles were first detected during the second week of January 2017 in Norway. The nuclear radiation appears to have come from Eastern Europe, but no official statements have been made as to the source. Radioactive particles are […] More

  • Air Pollution Caused 4.2 Million Early Deaths Worldwide - New Study
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    Air Pollution Caused 4.2 Million Early Deaths Worldwide – New Study

    The US-based Health Effects Institute (HEI) revealed that air pollution has resulted in 4.2 million early deaths worldwide in 2015. The new study, titled “State of Global Air 2017” reveals the alarming effect air pollution is having on humanity. According to researchers, air pollution is the fifth highest cause of death. “We are seeing increasing […] More

  • Paris Suffers Worst Smog in 10 Years; Makes Public Transport FREE
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    Paris Makes Public Transport FREE to Fight Worst Smog in 10 Years

    Paris is suffering from the worst air pollution in 10 years with thick toxic smoke clouds blanketing the city skyline. In a bid to cut smog levels, authorities have taken drastic measures, including making all its public transport free and clamping down on car traffic by banning those with odd-numbered license plates on one day […] More

  • World's Largest Corporations Richer Than Most Countries Combined

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    World’s Largest Corporations Richer Than Most Countries Combined

    New figures released by Global Justice Now reveal how the wealth of corporations compared to countries has increased substantially. Out of 100 top economic entitites, 69 are corporations rather than countries. “The vast wealth and power of corporations is at the heart of so many of the world’s problems – like inequality and climate change,” […] More

  • Germany to Oblige Citizens to Stockpile Food, Water "In Case of Attack, Catastrophe"
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    Germany to Oblige Citizens to Stockpile Food, Water “In Case of Attack, Catastrophe”

    The German government plans to inform its citizens to stockpile food and water in case of an attack or catastrophe, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung newspaper reported on Sunday. “The population will be obliged to hold an individual supply of food for ten days,” the newspaper quoted the government’s “Concept for Civil Defence” – which has […] More

  • Amsterdam Neighborhood to Grow Its Own Food, Power Itself, And Handle Its Own Waste

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    Eco-Village in Europe to Become Self-Sufficient in Food, Energy and Waste

    In the Netherlands a small village just outside Amsterdam is being built that aims to become the first high-tech farm village. Under the official slogan of “Tech-Integrated and Regenerative Residential Real Estate Development” the new concept called Regen Villages, aims to develop a community that is self-sufficient by growing its own food, making its own […] More

  • Groundbreaking $25M Study Reveal Strong Link Between Cell Phone Radiation and Cancer
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    Groundbreaking $25M Study Reveals Link Between Cell Phones and Cancer

    A new study from the National Institutes of Health (NTP), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has revealed that there is a link between radiation that is typically emitted by cell phones and cancer. The decade long study, cost $25 million and involved over 2,500 rats, exposed to the type of radiation typically […] More

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