Pollution

California Passes Sweeping Measure to Reduce Single-Use Plastics

California has passed a sweeping measure to significantly reduce single-use plastics and drastically boost plastic recycling rates, setting up the toughest plastics reduction requirements in the nation.

Ketanji Brown Jackson Sworn in as Supreme Court Justice

Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in on June 30 as the successor to retiring Justice Stephen Breyer, becoming the 116th justice to serve on the high court.

COVID-Relief Funds Went to ‘Environmental Justice’ Programs Teaching ‘Acceptance of Trees’, ‘Tree Care Education’, ‘Pruning Workshops’

"While our nation is $30 trillion in the hole and hemorrhaging money on the federal level, news like this should outrage every taxpayer," said Rep. Ralph Norman.

Cocktail of Chemical Pollutants Linked to Falling Sperm Quality in Research

Study finds people have ‘astonishing’ levels of compounds thought to disrupt hormones

Pizza Hut’s Book Club Promotes Drag Queen Books to Pre-k Children

Pizza Hut's book club for young students promotes books to pre-kindergarten children about little kids dressing up as drag queens.

Biden Admin Creates ‘Office of Environmental Justice’

HHS on May 31 launched a new Office of Environmental Justice, the latest in a series of Biden administration policies and bureaucratic entities centered on environmental justice, environmental racism, equity, and related concerns.

Cargo Freeway Expansion Canceled in L.A. Due to ‘Racist’ Roads

The 710 freeway, a major artery linking Los Angeles to its port complex, will no longer be expanded, thanks to opposition that claimed the highway is racist because it produces emissions that affected minority communities living near the road.

How ‘Green’ Cars Pollute More Than Gas-Powered Engines: Study

Remember the complaints about the feasibility of electric vehicles, particularly in terms of limited range? Well, guess what, you climate-denier: You can’t keep hiding behind that excuse!

Upcoming Nationwide Series of Anti-CPS Protests Featured on the Stew Peters Show

Parental rights activists and freedom supporters will stage a nationwide series of marches and rallies on July 16, 2022 to protest human trafficking in the Child Protective Services (CPS) and foster care system. The protest was featured on today’s episode of The Stew Peters Show.

17 Republican Attorneys General Sue EPA for Allowing California to Set Emission Standards

The GOP attorneys general of 17 states have filed a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for reinstating California’s exemption from the 1970 Clean Air Act, a federal law that regulates air emissions from mobile and stationary sources.

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