Apparently where you live and how much you make DOES influence how much mercury women contain in their systems. If you're in the Northeast, look out, because you are among the highest in the nation with one in five women of
Image Courtesy of Flow the Film.
Flow the Film documents the global water crisis, from how a few corporations took control of global water supplies, to how we are quickly running out of water, ultimately asking the question "Can Anyone Really Own
Rivers flow over spillways, through blood colored gills, over rocks slathered with life. Their levels reflect changes in climate. They assimilate organic waste and carry eroded soil and plastic bits out to the floating garbage gyres. Rivers offer
By Rebecca R. Wodder, President, American Rivers. It isn't every day that you get to see the rebirth of a river. Think of it as destruction in the name of creation: With an explosive boom and huge plumes of dust, demolition of Oregon's 95-year old
This week on TreeHugger Radio, the Supreme Court ruled that the EPA must now take responsibility for carbon dioxide under the Clean Air Act. We spoke with Joseph Romm, author of Hell and High Water and the editor of ClimateProgress.org, about this