Video – Get a glimpse of what the other side of the moon looks like – the side which can’t be seen from the earth.
Terence Newton – A close examination of the mainstream media’s pathetic coverage of Fukushima.
Tor Matson – Our culture has failed, at every level, and is rotten to the core. Can we survive?
Ethan Indigo Smith – How do we overcome the phony paradigm of problem, reaction, solution?
Anna Hunt – Policy makers and utilities companies realize the environmental impact of our dependence on fossil fuels. Is this the reason many are purchasing renewable power?
Appalchian Voices – An award winning videographer uses drones to capture the shocking reality of mountaintop removal coal mining.
Christina Sarich – A spike in chronic kidney disease has prompted Sri Lanka to ban Roundup.
Anastasia Pantsios – California is entering its fourth year of drought and it appears to be getting much worse.
Ryan Astalos – Approximately 45 miles west of Anchorage, Alaska, near Beluga and Tyonek, lies the Chuitna River watershed. Like most of Alaska’s untouched beauty, this area houses pristine aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.
Julian Rose – For most people it remains the case: we were given free will and we chose to be slaves.
Bernie Suarez – Consider this: Why is the control system so eager to push for “sustainable” earth but nothing else apparently needs to be sustainable?
Zen Gardner – Underground bunkers or not, the rapid deterioration of our environment is leading toward a dead planet if their machinations aren’t halted some time very soon.
Daniel Quinn – People have lived many different ways on this planet, but about ten thousand years ago there appeared one people who believed everyone in the world should live a single way—their way…
Jeff Biggers – The people declare that the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection must no longer approve the necessary permits for this deadly and costly strip mining operation.
Aaron Dykes & Melissa Melton – Unearthed articles from the 1960s detail how nuclear waste was buried beneath the Earth’s surface by Halliburton & Co. for decades as a means of disposing the by-products of post-World War II atomic energy production.
James Corbett – For decades now, we have been told to be afraid of the long-term effects of manmade carbon dioxide on our climate.
Video – The University of Engineering and Technology in Peru designed a potable water generator that produces water from the humidity in the air.
Video – The solution for dealing with toxic sludge from tar sands mining is startling, with no consider for furture generations.
Lynn Hasselberger – It seems nearly impossible to escape plastic in our every day lives, and we can’t escape plastic pollution, either.