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Attend the Synergy in Sedona Conference to learn from experts how nutrition, health and the environment are all interconnected

4/14/2015 - The 2015 Synergy in Sedona Conference is right around the corner, and this is your opportunity to learn some of the most advanced and cutting-edge natural techniques for detoxifying your body, your life and the environment. This extraordinary conference will feature four unique speakers who will...

Nanoparticles destroy soil and the environment, study finds

4/20/2011 - Though some might argue that nanotechnology offers benefits not afforded by normal molecules, the environmental and human health consequences of this "breakthrough" technology appear dire, to say the least. New research published in the Journal of Hazardous Materials explains that nanoparticles damage...

Dry cleaning is hazardous to health, the environment and personal budget

12/21/2010 - It may seem hard to believe that the first dry cleaning operation opened in France in 1845; today dry cleaning services seem to be everywhere. When many people buy clothing, they don't give much thought to the "dry clean only" tag; many business clothes, uniforms, and outerwear require this type of...

Humans vs. the environment - A thought experiment

6/23/2010 - Protecting the environment isn't a "liberal" idea; it's everybody's business. Liberal or conservative, Democrat or Republican, the environment provides life support for us all, and if we fail to recognize that, we are truly doomed as a civilization. To help explain this, I've put together a simple...

Pastured cows enrich soil, improve the environment, and make better meat

2/17/2010 - Cattle, particularly cows, have been the target of many environmental groups that believe raising animals for food is contributing to climate change and causing environmental harm. While true about the vast majority of American livestock that are raised using feedlots, pastured animals that are rotated...

Eco Gift Ideas are Kind to the Environment

12/20/2009 - Our planet is slowly being smothered by manufactured plastic bottles, bags and packaging. Is it not time to step back and see what products can be purchased without harming our beautiful, fragile earth? People are becoming more conscious about the damage that is being caused to the environment, and...

Interview with Barbara Brenner from Breast Cancer Action

11/1/2009 - Breast Cancer Action (www.BCaction.org) is one of the few non-profit cancer organizations recommended by NaturalNews. They're the creators of the Think Before You Pink campaign that encourages consumers to exercise more skepticism about the idea that "buying more pink stuff" can somehow help women with...

Activist Groups that Fund Pharma Try to Regulate Silver as a Pesticide (Opinion)

10/7/2009 - It was revealed that a handful of the activist agencies which were behind the petition to the EPA to regulate nano-silver as a pesticide received funding from pharmaceutical giant Merck, which annually has hundreds of billions of dollars in profits from patented antibiotics which colloidal silver poses...

The greenwashing of toxic consumer products

11/12/2007 - Have you noticed over the last year how virtually every large corporation is trying to make consumers believe their products are "Earth friendly?" Everything from toxic cosmetics to smog-producing cars are now being positioned as "green" products, and just recently I actually saw a package of mercury-containing...

Compact fluorescent light bulbs contaminate the environment with 30,000 pounds of mercury each year

6/20/2007 - A compact fluorescent light is a type of energy-saving bulb that fits into a standard light bulb socket or plugs into a small lighting fixture, and right now, compact fluorescents seem to be gaining in popularity. But did you know they can also be toxic to your home and the environment? Fluorescent...

EPA uses nanotech regulation ploy to target colloidal silver while ignoring all other nanotech particles

12/4/2006 - Nanomaterials -- products and materials changed or created at the atomic and molecular level -- are quickly gaining popularity for their multitude of uses, and while the Environmental Protection Agency is preparing to regulate popular nanosilver antibacterial products, ostensibly to protect consumers,...

The recycling contradiction: Why recycling alone fails to protect the environment

9/29/2006 - Here's some straight talk on recycling that you're unlikely to hear anywhere else. Once a week in my neighborhood, all the neighbors pull out their recycling bins and place them by the curb where recycling trucks can pick them up. Everybody talks about how recycling is good for the environment, but...

Digital cameras are good for the environment

2/1/2005 - As we consider the digital camera revolution that has taken place over the last decade, most people think about it in terms of enhanced benefits for consumers. We can take a lot more pictures at much lower cost with digital cameras versus film cameras. We can also more easily manipulate and share those...

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