The world’s rivers are contaminated with dangerous levels of antibiotics – Some 300 times above safe limit

Hundreds of sites in rivers around the world from the Thames to the Tigris are awash with dangerously high levels of antibiotics, the largest global study on the subject has found.

U.S. military is accused of contaminating environment with carcinogenic chemical on Japan’s Okinawa

The U.S. military on the Japanese island of Okinawa is facing accusations of environmental contamination after high levels of a carcinogenic chemical were found in the rivers around a U.S. air base...

Scientists discover China has been secretly emitting banned ozone-depleting gas for 6 years at least

A chemical banned around the globe for the last 30 years has made an unfortunate resurgence. And all signs, in a new study, point to China as the culprit. Is anyone really...

Collision at Houston Ship Channel dumps 9,000 barrels of fuel into the channel – Fish kill – Don’t eat shellfish from Galveston Bay

A collision involving a tanker and two barges on Friday dumped some 9,000 barrels of fuel into the channel. A fish kill was discovered on Sunday. Officials warned people not to eat...

Mexico City is shrouded in a haze of hazardous smoke – Residents are warned to stay inside – Smoke could reach the U.S. end of this week

Mexico's capital city is shrouded in a haze of hazardous smoke. The smoke is the result of several fires burning in and around the city in recent days. The National Weather Service...

US drinking water crisis: As many as 19 million people in 43 states exposed to harmful PFAS chemicals in their drinking water – Contaminants linked to birth defects, cancers, infertility and reduced immune responses...

As many as 19 million people in 43 states may be exposed to harmful contaminants in their drinking water, according to the Environmental Working Group and Northeastern University. The different contaminated areas...

Stop Drinking California Tap Water: California’s Drinking Water Is So Chemically Contaminated It’s Carcinogenic

A new study finds that drinking tap water in California over the course of a lifetime could increase the risk of cancer. Researchers from the environmental advocacy group Environmental Working Group estimated that...

Critical HAZMAT situation in Malaysia: Toxic fumes send hundreds of people in hospitals after chemical dumping in local river

A total 111 schools in the industrial town of Pasir Gudang were closed after more than 500 people, many of them school children, fell sick from exposure to toxic fumes emanating from...

Industrial plants produce SNOW in Indiana, Kansas, Ohio, Nebraska and Minnesota in rare weather phenomenon

Industrial power plants produced snow in Indiana, Kansas and the Cleveland metro area Tuesday as a blast of cold air engulfed the Midwest. Heat and steam from industries near downtown Cleveland enhanced a localized...

Discount beachside vacation rates available: A beach in the Dominican Republic is currently so filled with waste that the clear blue water of the Caribbean isn’t visible anymore

Discount beachside vacation rates available, ten free bags of trash per customer, call now! A beach in the Dominican Republic is currently so filled with waste that at some points, the clear blue water...

River turns mysteriously blood red overnight in Tigre near Buenos Aires, Argentina

Nobody knows what has happened near Buenos Aires yet! But baffled officials are investigating why the first section of the Parana River Delta turned blood red overnight in Tigre, Argentina Saturday morning. Residents have...

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is now twice the size of Texas and it’s rapidly getting bigger

The monstrous garbage patch consists of 1.8 trillion pieces of plastic and weighs roughly 88,000 tons. Scientists fear that if they can't clear the patch in time, plastic will be too small to collect...

Humans could inhale them: New evidence of radioactive nanoparticules at Fukushima

Uranium and other radioactive materials, such as caesium and technetium, have been found in tiny nanoparticles released from the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactors. This could mean the environmental impact from the fallout may...

This is America’s most toxic town

The remote town of Kotzebue, located on a sound bordering the Chukchi Sea, about 30 miles above the Arctic Circle in Alaska, has a surprising secret. The 2016 Toxics Release Inventory (TRI), released last...

Mystery as radioactive uranium is detected floating above Alaska… But where the particle came from is unknown

On August 3, 2016, seven kilometers above Alaska’s Aleutian Islands, a research plane captured something MYSTERIOUS: an atmospheric aerosol particle enriched with the kind of URANIUM used in NUCLEAR FUELS and BOMBS. It’s the...

A massive industrial fire is burning since five days in Parkersburg, West Virginia: State of emergency declared in Wood County but nobody speaks about it

Another Media Blackout! A large industrial fire broke out on October 21 in Parkersburg, West Virginia, and it is continuing to burn right now. Governor Jim Justice declared a State Of Emergency in Wood County...

Toxic foam tsunami engulfs Bengaluru after unprecedented downpours

There is no end to the toxic foam in Bengaluru’s lakes. And with the unprecedented rains, it is only getting worse, just like a tsunami! Look the toxic foam is even blocking cars in streets: #WATCH: Vehicles...

Chemical snowfall around Varthur Lake in Bengaluru, India after heavy rains

After the first pre-monsoon downpours in Bengaluru, India, the Varthur Lake foaming again. And the toxic foam is engulfing and blanketing the city's main roads as if chemical snow was falling. Ater a record-warm summer, firt...

Just another lake on fire in India

You probably have heard of lakes burning for hours in Bangalore, India's Silicon Valley. Now, you can add another one to the list. This time, water started burning for two hours in Hassan. And believe...

After the collapse of the tunnel at WA nuclear facility here some radiation detectors that may be worth buying for you and your family

Yesterday, a 20-foot hole in the roof of a tunnel at Washington state's Hanford nuclear waste site opened up in what officials called a 'serious situation'. Although everyone has been accounted for and there is...

Neonic pesticides detected in US drinking water for the first time

You really think you drink clean water in the US? Small traces of the world's most widely used insecticides have been detected in US tap water for the first time. Samples taken by scientists in...

Radioactive iodine-131 of UNKNOWN ORIGIN measured over large areas across Europe

Iodine-131, a radionuclide of anthropogenic origin, has recently been detected in tiny amounts in the ground-level atmosphere in Europe. The radioactive anomaly was first found during week 2 of January 2017 in northern Norway. Iodine-131 was...

‘Major emergency’ dumps millions of gallons of raw sewage into Puget Sound

A major emergency at one of the region's largest wastewater treatment plants is dumping millions of gallons of untreated raw sewage into Puget Sound. An equipment failure at 2 a.m. Thursday at the West Point...

Power reduced after sea water leaks into Pilgrim nuclear plant in coastal Plymouth, Massachusetts

The Pilgrim nuclear power plant in Plymouth is operating at reduced power after seawater leaked into the condenser system. Massachusetts's only nuclear reactor was operating at 28 percent on Tuesday. This is the second time...

Giant cloud of sulfur dioxide from torched plant kills two and sweeps across Iraq

A fire at a sulfur mine in Iraq is releasing tremendous quantities of sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere for the sixth day in a row. If this fire was a volcano, it would already be...

River turns blood red overnight alarming residents in Guatemala

The Samalá river in Quetzaltenango turned blood red overnight on October 14, 2016, alarming residents of nearby communities. The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (MARN) has launched an investigation to determine the source of this mysterious...

Massive sinkhole contaminates Florida aquifer with radioactive water since weeks

A massive sinkhole on top of a Mosaic gypsum stack near Mulberry allowed millions of gallons of contaminated water to flow into the Florida Aquifer. A cascading waterfall falls into the huge chasm in the...

Remaining oil of Deepwater Horizon is transforming into a more toxic substance for fish

Scientists have found that ultraviolet light is transforming the remaining oil into a more toxic substance that hinders the development of heart, eye, and brain function in fish. Compared to fish exposed to unweathered oil,...

Unknown sheen on Lake Ontario near the Fitzpatrick Nuclear Power Plant sparks investigation in New York

The U.S. Coast Guard is investigating an unknown sheen on Lake Ontario, found near the Fitzpatrick Nuclear Power Plant in Scriba. A temporary safety zone extending two miles to the north, east and west of...

Chinese river turns blood red due to toxic and illegal waste dump

Look at these alarming images of the Chinese Zhongting river... It has turned blood red! This color shift has baffled residents in Tianjin, China and was most probably caused by illegal waste discharge. Locals have been...

Large flames shoot out from flowing spring in the desert of Afghanistan

Look at that incredible video. Large flames are shooting out from a flowing spring in the middle of the desert on the border between Iran and Afghanistan. Can you please explain that one? There must be undeniably a logical...

Geoengineering used to increase rainfall during storms in South California

Nowadays, rain is so rare in Southern California that Los Angeles County is using cloud-seeding technology to coax more rain from the skies when rare storms hit. A-Hogs are they call a cloud-seeding generator. It's...

Methane bubbles through asphalt cracks in Germantown, Maryland

Toxic methane leaked out of soil on Germantown cove on March 10, 2016. Close to 70 people have been evacuated as besides being flammable, the methane forced oxygen out of buildings, making it difficult to...

Lagoon turns blood red in Mexico unexpectedly

This lagoon situated in Huatalco, Mexico has turned blood red within the last 10 days. The reddish water of 'La Salina' lagoon impacts residents' life and kills wildlife in the area. After the mysterious overnight disappearance...

Meanwhile Lake Poopo, the second largest lake of Bolivia, has almost completely disappeared

Considered as the second largest lake of Bolivia, after Lake Titicaca, Poopó has virtually disappeared. This lake, formely home of multitude of endemic species, is now dry and full of dead fish and animals. This video...

This is the largest environmental disaster of Brazil

On November 5, 2015 the dam holding residue from an iron ore mine collapsed flooding the city of Bento Rodrigues in toxic mud. Now the 62 million cubic meters of mud and polluting materials have...

Protect children from radiation exposure: US NRC wants to raise radiation exposure levels by 50 to 100 times

Protect children from radiation exposure. The U.S. NRC is considering a proposal to RAISE RADIATION exposure levels that YOU and YOUR FAMILY can be exposed to by 50 to 100 times, even children and pregnant...

Catastrophic dam collapse and toxic mud flow destroy Bento Rodrigues in Brazil

At least 15 people have died from the rupture of a dam of toxic waste in the State of Minas Gerais Brazil. 45 people are missing. The dam holding residue from an iron ore mine...

Zombie river: Medellin river turns blood red on Halloween

The Medellin River has turned blood red on october 31, 2015. Industrial pollution is believed to be responsible for the red coloration. If you are interested, please read the news article from El Colombiano entitled: El río...

Foam party? Toxic froth at Bellandur Lake rises so high that it spills over into neighbouring areas

This isn't snow. And there wasn't any foam party around. No, what's covering streets and floating in the air at Bellandur Lake, in India's technology capital, is a stinky toxic froth triggered by chemicals and sewage. The foam...