Environmental issues with war
The environmental impact of war focuses on the modernization of warfare and its increasing effects on the environment. Scorched earth methods have been used for much of recorded history. However, meth...
Environmental issues with war - Wikipedia
This 6-pack ring is edible! Talk about... - State of the Carte
This 6-pack ring is edible! Talk about animal and eco-friendly.
David Vaughan Wants to Save the World
Decades into his career, marine biologist David Vaughan stumbled upon a method for growing coral faster than had previously been believed possible, a breakth...
The extinction crisis is far worse than you think
Frogs, coral, elephants -- all are on the brink. Three quarters of species could disappear. Why is this happening? CNN explores an unprecedented global crisis.
For The First Time, Bees Declared Endangered In The U.S.
Seven species of Hawaiian yellow-faced bee, decimated by invasive species and habitat loss, are now federally protected.
Nevada Is Site Of First-Ever Underground Nuclear Explosion - Sep 19, 1957
On this day in History, Nevada is site of first-ever underground nuclear explosion on Sep 19, 1957. Learn more about what happened today on History.
States Declare State Of Emergency After Gas Pipeline Leaks 250,000 Gal.
As Native Americans protesters face arrest for blocking the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, a gasoline pipeline spill is currently unfolding.
Native Americans Dig In For 'Long Haul' At Camp Protesting Oil Pipeline
All eyes are on a federal judge who could freeze construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline.
North Korea Conducts Fifth Nuclear Test, Claims It Has Made Warheads With ‘Higher Strike Power’
World leaders condemned North Korea's the test and said they would look for ways to punish Pyongyang.
A Message to The World From Woody Harrelson
Why do we keep buying stuff we don't need? Have you ever considered that your spending has the power to change the world for the better ?
Scientists Warn Great Barrier Reef Is On Brink Of Collapse
Scientists have warned that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is so damaged it is undergoing a “complete ecosystem collapse” Fish populations are disappearing and parts of the great barrier reef in Queen...
107 Nobel laureates Sign Letter Blasting Greenpeace Over GMOs
It's the latest sign of a rift between the scientific establishment and anti-GMO activists. More than 100 Nobel laureates have signed a letter urging Greenpeace to end its opposition to genetically mo...
French Rivers Turned Green
The rivers in 12 separate locations of France were dyed by Agents Environmental, an environmentalist group, who used the eye-grabbing color to display how easily and how far water pollution can spread...
Unprecedented Scientific Report Says Decline Of Pollinators A Threat To Food Security
Around the world, the animals that pollinate our food crops - more than 20,000 species of bees, butterflies, bats and many others - are the subject of growing attention. An increasing number of pollin...
Man Uses Drone to Expose One of America's ‘Biggest Secrets’
Drones on American soil are revealing some stunning things. Smithfield Foods has a lot to answer for after a drone just exposed the vile environmental practices happening at one of its pig farms in No...
When We Tested Nuclear Bombs
Since the time of Trinity -- the first nuclear explosion in 1945 -- nearly 2,000 nuclear tests have been performed
Environmental issue
Environmental issues are harmful effects of human activitity on the biophysical environment. Environmentalism, a social and environmental movement, addresses environmental issues through advocacy, edu...
Agent Orange
Agent Orange — or Herbicide Orange (HO) — is one of the herbicides and defoliants used by the U.S. military as part of its herbicidal warfare program, Operation Ranch Hand, during the Vietnam War from...
Agent Orange - Wikipedia
Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
In August 1945, during the final stage of the Second World War, the United States dropped atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The two bombings, which killed at least 129,000...
Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki - Wikipedia
Depleted uranium
Depleted uranium (DU; also referred to in the past as Q-metal, depletalloy or D-38) is uranium with a lower content of the fissile isotope U-235 than natural uranium. (Natural uranium is about 0.72% U...
Depleted uranium - Wikipedia
War and environmental law
War can heavily damage the environment, and warring countries often place operational requirements ahead of environmental concerns for the duration of the war. Some international law is designed to li...
Nuclear weapons testing
Nuclear weapons tests are experiments carried out to determine the effectiveness, yield, and explosive capability of nuclear weapons. Throughout the 20th century, most nations that developed nuclear w...
Nevada Is Site Of First-Ever Underground Nuclear Explosion - Sep 19, 1957
On this day in History, Nevada is site of first-ever underground nuclear explosion on Sep 19, 1957. Learn more about what happened today on History.
Scorched earth
A scorched earth policy is a military strategy which involves destroying anything that might be useful to the enemy while advancing through or withdrawing from an area. It is a military strategy where...
Scorched earth - Wikipedia
Worldwide nuclear testing counts and summary
A nuclear weapons test is an attempt to cause one or more nuclear explosions in devices in a close proximity in space and time; the standard definition used in treaty language for the space/time requi...
Worldwide nuclear testing counts and summary - Wikipedia
Project 112
Project 112 was a biological and chemical weapon experimentation project conducted by the United States Department of Defense from 1962 to 1973. The project started under John F. Kennedy's administrat...
Operation Downfall
Operation Downfall was the codename for the Allied plan for the invasion of Japan near the end of World War II. The planned operation was abandoned when Japan surrendered following the atomic bombings...
Operation Downfall - Wikipedia