A video exposing a flawed claim often abused in the sales pitch for promoting shale gas development across the world:
“With a history of 60 years, after nearly a million wells drilled, there are no documented cases that hydraulic fracturing (fracking) has lead to the contamination of groundwater.”
Fluoridation has been a public policy for so long that most people simply take it for granted. However, increasingly, scientists and public health officials are questioning just why this nationwide fluoridation needs to take place and what the long-term consequences of this will be. Read below to find out five things you should know about the fluoride in your drinking water.
There are so many things we inhabitants of the Western world take for granted and one of them is fresh clean drinking water. In the underdeveloped nations of the world, native women travel for miles to local rivers and transport clean water back to their villages in baskets on their heads. The lack of potable water is the cause of typhoid fever and other dreaded maladies stemming from environmental neglect and abject poverty.
The Great California Drought: It’s been all over the news lately that California is getting into more and more trouble with the continuing drought and dwindling water supply. Not enough people are conserving it, crops need it and enforcing conservation is extremely difficult. While everyone is concerned about the amount of water being used, few people think about the quality of water being used.
The Disappearing Male is about one of the most important, and least publicized, issues facing the human species: the toxic threat to the male reproductive system.
|1. Colorado River
Outdated water management is threatening recreation, water supply, and wildlife habitat.
|2. Flint River
Water supply for communities, farms, recreation, and wildlife are threatened by outdated water management.
|3. San Saba River
The river’s flow for ranchers, citizens, and lakes might disappear from outdated water management.
|4. Little Plover River
Outdated water management is putting fish habitat and water supply at risk.
|5. Catawba River
Coal ash pollution is threatening drinking water and recreation.
|6. Boundary Waters
Copper and nickel mining at putting recreation, drinking water, and wilderness at risk.
|7. Black Warrior River
Coal mining will put drinking water quality and fish and wildlife habitat at risk.
|8. Rough & Ready and Baldface Creeks
Nickel mining endangering pristine rivers, wilderness, botanical diversity and recreation.
|9. Kootenai River
Open-pit coal mining is endangering water quality and survival of rare fish and wildlife.
|10. Niobrara River
Improper sediment management is putting property, crops, and public safety at risk of flooding.
|Special Mention: Merced River
Intentional flooding of this Wild & Scenic River would harm wildlife habitat and recreation.
Water is a living organism, water is sacred, water is life, water is worth defending and protecting for those yet unborn. Rivers and lakes in Alberta don’t stop at provincial borders. These rivers and lakes flow throughout Canada and the United States, therefore everyone will be affected by the ominous bills which have become law.
Washington—Each and every year, more than 860 billion gallons of raw and partially treated sewage is dumped into America’s waters and most people don’t even know it. It’s enough sewage to cover a state the size of Pennsylvania ankle deep. A shocking story in USA Today exposed America’s Dirty little secret, among the findings:
Nearly one in five (17%) children in the United States has been diagnosed with one or more developmental, learning or behavioral disability. There is a growing consensus that disorders including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and autism are increasing in frequency. These disorders have widespread societal impacts, from health and education costs to the repercussions of criminal behavior. Research demonstrates that pervasive substances such as mercury, lead, PCBs, dioxins, pesticides, and others, are toxic to the developing child’s brain (neurotoxic).
We have all heard the saying ‘There is something in the water’ Well There IS.
Associated Press reported that over 41 million people are exposed to pharmaceutical drugs in TREATED drinking water.
And there is NO FEDERAL or STATE REGULATIONS ON WATER TREATMENT FOR DRUGS.