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07th September 2011

Your Body, Industry and The Environment: California Prop 65

Some people have complained that California is overregulated and tied up in red string. But a rising national green consciousness validates one aspect of California regulation: product safety. In 1986, Californians voted into law Proposition 65: The Safe...

19th April 2011

Worldwide Relief Aid Organization Helping Humanity

There are some really great organizations in the world today. There are groups of people throughout the world doing what they can to make the world a better place. Through simple acts of kindness great ideas become amazing projects and help millions of pe...

02nd March 2011

The realities of a Ugandan childhood

They say that to understand a person you must walk in their shoes. But can you really understand someone’s life if they live on the other side of the world, and in completely different circumstances? This sense of distance and unfamiliarity between those ...

19th November 2010

Serious Water Shortage Worldwide

It is estimated that just under a billion people, almost one-fifth of the world's population, lack access to safe drinking water. A major sustainer of life, water, has being quoted as the source of the world's most deadliest health issues. The absence of ...

15th August 2010

Watercan Provides Clean Water To Africa

It is no secret that many developing countries in Africa are still in dire need of Clean Water and, thankfully, these countries can rely on WaterCan to help provide communities with clean, consumable water. On top of providing clean water, WaterCan also h...

25th June 2010

Science and Health Scientist Addresses Cancer Concerns Related to Atrazine

Elizabeth Whelan, President of the American Council on Science and Health (ACSH) posted a great entry on ACSH's Health Facts and Fears blog on the growing attempts by activist groups to convince the EPA to ban atrazine due to cancer claims and other healt...

18th June 2010

Starbucks Makes Controversial Choices About Recycling

Starbucks is the all-American coffee giant, so you think that they would be on board with the latest eco-friendly advancements, right? You may have to think again because Starbucks recently denied the request of customers to improve the recycling habits o...

26th March 2010

Waste Water Management

No matter who we are, where we are, and what we do, we are all dependent on water. We need it every day, in so many ways. We need it to stay healthy, we need it for growing food, for transportation, irrigation and industry. We need it for animals and plan...

02nd February 2010

Contaminated Water, a Worldwide Crisis, and what can be done

---------------------------------------------------------------------- Contaminated Drinking Water, a Worldwide Crisis, and what can be done By Shakna Biddle Many facts unknown to most...

12th June 2009

What’s In You Tap Water? America’s Water Supply Exposed

A simple Google search for the keyword "tap water contamination" yields over half a million results. Unless you've been living in Grizzly Adams' cabin for the past five years you have been inundated with all sorts of reports and studies ringing the danger...

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