John Lee McLaughlin reports that the Rapid City Council is preparing to join the ranchers, Native Americans and environmentalists who are worried about a proposed uranium mining project in the southwestern corner of the state.
Around 1,200 individuals were forcibly evacuated following the oil spill incident as a power barge of the National Power Corporation (Napocor) was damaged during the onslaught of Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) in the shoreline of Estancia, Iloilo. Napocor President Gladys Cruz Sta.
SAMMY FRETWELL reports that Neighbors of Fort Jackson fired questions at Army officials Thursday night about pollution near their homes, but they left a public meeting still not knowing if contamination from the fort is a threat to the water they drink.
FCC spectrum auction threatens hurricane prediction and weather satellites and a new paper from David Keith gets massive coverage claiming geoengineering may be safer now as the UN fails to act on geoengineering governance. ... Continue reading
What do these have in common? CONTROL. Find out the truth about the CLIMATE CHANGERS, national sovereignty, and one world government of a borderless world. ... Continue reading
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