“What we are talking about here is the active permitting… of PFAS-contaminated sewer sludge being spread over farmland to create food that we then consume. It’s literally creating a mechanism to get PFAS to bioaccumulate in human tissue.” — Anna Kelles, NY assembly member



Sewage sludge containing per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, spread as fertilizer on New York fields sickens farmers, contaminates crops and threatens consumer health, according to a report issued Thursday by the Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter.


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Only 9% of plastic is recycled and the rest is burned in incinerators, left to pollute nature or tossed in landfills that are often located in low and middle-income countries.

Many chemicals added to those plastics are linked with health risks including cancers, hormonal system disruptions and reproductive harms.



Plastics contain toxic chemicals that can enter products and interact to create new harmful substances during the recycling process, a new report from Greenpeace and the International Pollutants Elimination Network shows.


Until the COVID-19 vaccine became available, the FDA had received more adverse reaction reports related to Gardasil than any other vaccine in history.



Documents obtained by Children’s Health Defense show that Noel Brewer, Ph.D., lead investigator for the grant, consults for Merck and also received commercial research grants from Merck, Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline. CHD identified more than 50 grants worth $40 million awarded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for the purpose of increasing HPV vaccine uptake.


“Since the Pacific is the largest ocean in the world, pollution in the Pacific would soon spread to every ocean in the world." — coalition of South Korean activists


Critics of a Japanese plan to release filtered radioactive wastewater from the Fukushima nuclear disaster into the Pacific Ocean intensified their opposition to the proposal on Wednesday after the United Nations agency responsible for promoting nuclear energy said the company that operated the plant has adequately demonstrated its ability to measure the water's radioactivity.