Water Liberty: How Innovation Trumps Privatization

May 2nd, 2014
By Rady Ananda The World Bank joins Nestlé in wanting to privatize water, deeming it “extremist” to suggest that those born on this planet have a natural right to clean, potable water. Meanwhile, RT’s Abby Martin reports that the watchdog group… more »

The Feds Knew: 50 years of fracking-induced earthquakes

November 26th, 2011
By Rady Ananda Washington's Blog posted some info last August confirming that the US federal government has long known of the link between fracking and earthquakes, as well as the link between deep well fluids contaminating shallow drinking wells. As… more »

Suffolk Co. NY to hear proposal to ban chemtrails

November 26th, 2011
By Rady Ananda Food Freedom On Dec. 6, New York’s Suffolk County government will hold a public hearing on a proposal to ban aerial spraying of aluminum oxide, barium, sulfur, and other salts into the air over the county without first filing an… more »

BP gets Gulf oil drilling permit amid 28,000 unmonitored abandoned wells

October 25th, 2011
By Rady Ananda "Stage Two" of the BP Gulf of Mexico Environmental Disaster Since BP’s catastrophic Macondo Blowout in the Gulf of Mexico last year, the Obama Administration has granted nearly 300 new drilling permits [1] and shirked plans to plug 3,600… more »

Beyond Protest: Saving our planet with 'Deep Green Resistance'

September 13th, 2011
By Rady Ananda From what makes an effective resister to effective resistance strategies, in Deep Green Resistance, Aric McBay, Lierre Keith and Derrick Jensen lay out the reasons for and methods of bringing down industrial civilization.  The goal is… more »

Cops kill 3 as farmers protest water project, land seizure near Mumbai

August 18th, 2011
By Rady Ananda On August 9, police shot nine farmers, killing three, who were part of a mass protest against a water pipeline project in Baur Village, 50 miles east of Mumbai, India.  Police also smashed cars, fired tear gas and threw rocks at farmers… more »

Agrochemicals, energy plants and GMO crops killing Bathinda residents

August 11th, 2011
By Rady Ananda Home to two coal power plants, a fertilizer plant, and a large oil refinery, the city of Bathinda in Punjab, India is making people sick.  Forty percent of the population (nearly 90,000 people) suffers from respiratory ailments. The area… more »

Home Rule takes a beating as Maine defeats food freedom bills

May 11th, 2011
By Rady Ananda Food Freedom In the state that made international news this year when three towns passed a food sovereignty ordinance, two bills that would have bolstered them at the state level met with defeat in Maine’s legislative Agriculture,… more »

The Case Against Fluoride: Toxifying the Tap

October 14th, 2010
By Rady Ananda In July of this year, the United Nations declared access to clean water a human right. The United States was among 41 nations that abstained from supporting the resolution. Since October 15th is Blog for Water Day, a close inspection of a… more »

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