EPA Watchdog: White House Blocked Part of Truck Pollution Investigation, Caused Lack of Public Information

Joran Davidson, EcoWatchWaking Times The Trump administration pushed through an exemption to clean air rules, effectively freeing heavy polluting, super-cargo trucks from following clean air rules. It rushed the rule without conducting a federally mandated study on how it would impact public health, especially children, said the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Inspector General Charles J. Sheehan in a report released yesterday, as the AP reported. Scathing @EPAoig report: “EPA Failed to Develop RequiredCost and Benefit Analyses and to Assess Air Quality Impacts on Children’s Health for Proposed Glider Repeal Rule Allowing Used Engines in Heavy-Duty Trucks,” https://t.co/PekD3y1SN8. pic.twitter.com/dNmsKW2ALY —…

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Father-Son Duo Help Create 51,000 New Beehive Colonies With Amazing Invention

John Vibes, Truth TheoryWaking Times In recent years, the world has finally begun to take notice of the drastically declining bee populations, and people are starting to understand the impact that this could have on the ecosystem. Slowly, people who care are working to correct this problem with some inventive solutions. The father-son duo behind the “Flow Hive” took notice of this problem over ten years ago, and worked tirelessly to make their honey business more friendly to the bees. After roughly a decade of research, Stuart and Cedar Anderson…

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Father-Son Duo Help Create 51,000 New Beehive Colonies With Amazing Invention

John Vibes, Truth TheoryWaking Times In recent years, the world has finally begun to take notice of the drastically declining bee populations, and people are starting to understand the impact that this could have on the ecosystem. Slowly, people who care are working to correct this problem with some inventive solutions. The father-son duo behind the “Flow Hive” took notice of this problem over ten years ago, and worked tirelessly to make their honey business more friendly to the bees. After roughly a decade of research, Stuart and Cedar Anderson…

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Boyan Slat Unveils the Ocean Cleanup Interceptor

Dr. Mercola, GuestWaking Times Boyan Slat, a young Dutch entrepreneur, and his group Ocean Cleanup have invented an ingenious collection barge to clean plastic debris from our oceans. When their barge, called System 001/B, was tested in June 2019 in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch — the first plastic-ridden area Slat planned to tackle — it worked successfully.1 The patch, a trash vortex between the West Coast of North America and Japan,2 is twice the size of Texas.3 During its test run in the Garbage Patch, System 001/B captured visible pieces of plastic debris…

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Monsanto: Science and Fraud are the Same Thing Especially When the Media Agree

Jon Rappoport, GuestWaking Times Lately I’ve been posting articles on fraudulent science. Here, I’m reaching back several years for a piece I wrote about Monsanto, before the company was swallowed up by Bayer, and while TV news anchor Brian Williams was still the golden boy at NBC. The underlying theme: most people automatically buy official pronouncements about science as true science. It never occurs to them that a political agenda is the real punch line. Imagine this. A killer is put on trial, and the jury, in a surprise verdict,…

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New Satellite Data Says Amazon Deforestation At Worst Levels In Ten Years

John Vibes, Truth TheoryWaking Times data The data was collected by the Satellite Legal Amazon Deforestation Monitoring Project (PRODES), and documented the rates of deforestation in nine states of the Brazilian Legal Amazon. The figures were published by The National Institute for Space Research (INPE). The data showed that roughly 9,762 square kilometers, or 3,769 square miles of rainforest have been lost in the past year. The INPE indicated that this represents a 29.5% increase in deforestation from the previous year, which is the worst rate of deforestation that the…

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This City Turned Its Bus Stops Into ‘Bee Stops’ – and It’s the Best Thing Ever

Elias Marat, The Mind UnleashedWaking Times The Dutch city of Utrecht has taken a unique approach to managing its air quality by installing green roofs filled with flowers and plants on top of its bus stops. The move will not only help Utrecht achieve its ambition of becoming a truly sustainable green city prepared for the challenges of climate change, but it will also provide small sanctuaries for bees across roadways in the bustling urban space. According to EcoWatch, bees have already found their home atop the municipal city bus…

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