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Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Council Passes Resolution to Close Camps

Native News Online Published January 22, 2017 STANDING ROCK INDIAN RESERVATION – On Friday, January 20, 2017, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Council passed a resolution by a unanimous vote to close the camps located on the banks of the Cannonball River:  Oceti Sakowin Camp, Rosebud Camp and Sacred Stone Camp. The tribe wants the encampments vacated by February 19, 2017. While thousands have part of the encampments since last April, about 500 water protectors still remain. It is unclear on Saturday how many of those who remain will, in fact, leave. There are several reasons why the tribal council...

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Iceland Drilling World’s Deepest Geothermal Well in Race for Renewable Energy

Waking Times Vic Bishop, Staff Writer Waking Times At a time when the fossil fuel industry dominates the world, and as we wait to see what the fallout will be from Fukushima and other nuclear plants that continue to age and contaminate surrounding areas, we need now, more than ever, a pioneering effort to develop clean, renewable sources of energy. Doubly so as we move ever further into the digital age when our lifestyles and way of life depend ever so much more on electricity. Solar and wind energy technologies are seeing a boom at present, although they both rely on...

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Wildfires Raging: ‘Agricultural emergency’ declared in Argentina [VIDEO]

Published on Jan 23, 2017 A state of disaster and an agricultural emergency were declared in the province of La Pampa, Argentina, after wildfire ravaged more than one million hectares across several locations, according to local authorities. COURTESY: RT’s RUPTLY video agency, NO RE-UPLOAD, NO REUSE – FOR LICENSING, PLEASE, CONTACT RT LIVE Subscribe to RT!… Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Follow us on Google+ Listen to us on Soundcloud: RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios....

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The Health of Trees and The Natural World Is Closely Linked To Our Own State of Health

Prevent Disease As a species, we’re just beginning to recognize that the environment is vital to our health. The need to reduce acid rain emissions, stop dumping hazardous wastes, and slow down deforestation needs be addressed from the perspective of people’s health. Evidence is increasing from multiple scientific fields that exposure to the natural environment can improve human health. The health of our environment affects human health in different forms. The air we breathe, the water we drink and the food we eat are quickly becoming polluted to the point of being unsafe to consume without endangering our well-being....

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Magnitude 8 quake hits Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands; tsunami warning issued

Hindustan Times  A powerful magnitude 8 earthquake hit the Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands on Sunday and the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said it could generate tsunami waves on nearby islands. The quake hit near Arawa in Papua New Guinea in the South Pacific at a depth of 167 kilometers (103 miles), the U.S. Geological Survey said. There are no immediate reports of casualties or damage. The countries are located in the Pacific’s geologically active “Ring of...

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6 Steps To Going Off-Grid Without The Culture Shock

 Off the Grid News   Living off the grid with a significant degree of self-sufficiency appeals to many of us. I have numerous friends who have successfully left behind a life of mortgage payments, relentless bills and the trappings of materialism. I’ve even renovated a cabin and property that has been in the family for five generations to operate self-sufficiently, although it’s not yet my permanent residence. What I learned from friends and my own experience made it clear that this is an undertaking that takes time and some “getting used to.” There can be a significant amount of...

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Freak heavy snowfall hits the Sahara desert; up to one metre deep

SOTT Freak heavy snowfall hits the Sahara desert; up to one metre deep Martin Bagot Daily Mirror Fri, 20 Jan 2017 Photographers have taken incredible pictures this morning of ONE METRE deep snow covering the sand in the small Saharan desert town of Ain Sefra These bizarre scenes from the Sahara Desert show locals sledging down sand dunes after the heaviest snowfall in living memory. Photographers have taken incredible pictures this morning of ONE METRE deep snow covering the sand in the small Saharan desert town of Ain Sefra. The town saw a sprinkling of snow just before Christmas,...

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Another species of bee added to the endangered list, almost wiped out by Monsanto

Natural News Another species of bee added to the endangered list, almost wiped out by Monsanto Tuesday, January 17, 2017 by: JD Heyes In case you thought that reporting on the rapidly diminishing number of bee colonies around the country was being over-hyped, this should tell you that prior warnings were spot-on, and indeed, prophetic. For the first time ever, a rare bee species is being placed on the endangered species list, giving them special legal protections enshrined in U.S. code that, hopefully, will save them from extinction and billions of people from starvation. As reported by Agence France Presse (AFP), U.S. officials with...

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‘Compelling’ live cam video of ‘bigfoot family’ at Yellowstone [VIDEO]

SOTT ‘Compelling’ live cam video of ‘bigfoot family’ at Yellowstone divides web RT Mon, 16 Jan 2017 © Bahinko / YouTube A so-called “bigfoot family” has been caught on camera walking around Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. The footage, which was filmed on Christmas Day, is a cellphone recording of a live camera feed near the Old Faithful geyser at the famous park, resulting in some very pixelated footage. Although the video begins with two of the mysterious figures sitting down, they’re then joined by four others. “My biggest fear is that because of the poor quality nobody will...

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Louisiana Environmentalists Rally Against Pipeline Developed by Same Company Behind DAPL

Colorlines   Louisiana environmentalists took to the streets yesterday (January 12) to rally outside a public hearing in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on a proposed pipeline project. The 162-mile long Bayou Bridge Pipeline would cut through 11 Louisiana parishes and connect to an already existing pipeline to help bring the crude oil from the North Dakota Bakken formation—the same oil set to run through the Dakota Access Pipeline—to Louisiana’s refineries and ports, reports local media WWL-TV. Pipeline company Energy Transfer Partners is behind both these projects.   Representatives came to Baton Rouge yesterday to talk to the public about their latest...

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Adani coalmine activists gear up to fight: ‘This will dwarf the Franklin blockade’

The Guardian Across Australia a secretive network of activists are laying the groundwork for what they expect will be the biggest environmental protest movement in the country’s history. Of course this won’t materialise if Adani and the rest of the miners proposing to open up one of the world’s biggest coalfields walk away from Queensland’s Galilee basin first. But standing idly by on the assumption that the economics of the massive coal projects won’t stack up – at a time the world is trying to reduce carbon emissions to limit global warming to under 2C – is not a...

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Texas Water Protector Locks Herself to Construction Equipment

Colorlines Local opponents to the Comanche Trail Pipeline in San Elizario, Texas, took direct action against the 195-mile long natural gas pipeline today (January 12). The pipeline is a project of Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline. One water protector who has chosen to go unnamed locked herself to an excavator around 7 a.m. MST on a construction site for the pipeline, a tactic also used during the #NoDAPL battle in Standing Rock, North Dakota. Four unidentified water protectors tap drums and sing songs of prayer in solidarity with their fellow water protector who locked...

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Exxon ordered to turn over 40 years of climate change research

[paypal-donaton]EcoWatch ExxonMobil was dealt a major blow on Wednesday after a Massachusetts judge ordered the company to hand in more than 40 years of climate research. On Wednesday, Suffolk Superior Court Judge Heidi E. Brieger denied the oil giant a protective order that would have blocked Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey’s subpoenas for Exxon’s internal research on climate change. “This affirms our authority to investigate fraud,” Healey tweeted after the decision. “ExxonMobil must come clean about what it knew about climate change.” Exxon spokesman Alan Jeffers told Reuters the company was “reviewing the decision to determine next steps.” In...

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Pesticides kill over ten million bees in Brazil’s countryside

Xapuri Pesticides kill over ten million bees in Brazil’s countryside In Porto Ferreira, a city in the countryide of São Paulo state, over 10 million honey bees were killed in a matter of days by airborne spread pesticides. The pesticides were sprayed over several properties of the region, many cultivating honey. In a matter of days 136 beehives were destroyed, ending four decades of work. “Not even the queen bees managed to survive” says Wanderley Fardin, owner of the hives. “The ground is littered with dead bees. Those that are left are flying about with nowhere to go.” Fardin...

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Flint Residents Disrupt City’s Town Hall Meeting

Colorlines Photo: Gabriella Demczuk/Getty An informational town hall in the city of Flint, Michigan yesterday (January 11) erupted into a series of chants as residents gave voice to their anger. The meeting included a panel of representatives from local, state and federal agencies who have been watching the city’s water quality data, as well as non-governmental researchers like Virginia Tech’s Marc Edwards and Hurley Medical Center pediatrician Mona Hanna-Attisha, who both helped expose the lead contamination. They had gathered to present their latest findings to the city. The event was initially planned as an invitation-only event, MLive-The Flint Journal reported, but...

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Oregon rancher receives government request to survey his property – read his brilliant response

Patheos Oregon rancher receives government request to survey his property – read his brilliant response June 23, 2016 by Mark Meckler So many people cave in and bend over backwards to accommodate the most ridiculous requests of federal and state governments, but this story is a reminder of how we all should respond when bureaucrats come knocking at our doors. Recently, Oregon ranchers Larry and Amanda Anderson received a letter by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife asking for permission to survey their land in order to track a nearly endangered species. The letter requested use of the landowners’ creek...

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“Enigma” Yellowstone/Alabama seismos display the same exact ‘PULSE’ during Cosmic Ray event [VIDEO]

MrMBB333Yellowstone/Alabama seismos display the same exact ‘PULSE’ during Cosmic Ray event | “Enigma” Published on Jan 4, 2017 January 4, 2017: Something very unusual has appeared on the earth sensors once again, only this time the enigmatic data coincides with a cosmic ray event on the Bartol Neutron Monitor. Earth is feeling something and is desperately trying to tell us.…...

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