Published: October 29th, 2014 at 2:00 am ET By ENENews  Email Article 126 comments Tweet Japan broadcaster NHK, Oct. 27, 2014 (emphasis added): TEPCO says the levels of radioactive cesium in [Fukushima Daiichi's] groundwater… fluctuated greatly last week… TEPCO says these [groundwater] wells are connected underground with other wells that are highly contaminated [and] believes cesium poured into them with this month’s heavy rains and then flowed out with the underground water. [TEPCO]... 

In what could be one of our fastest comittments yet, just 48 hours after we revealed the toxic-truth behind their products, German retailer Tchibo has joined the ranks of companies committed to Detox. Tchibo has promised to make sure its products are toxic-free, beginning with clothes and shoes, but eventually extending to cover everything from frying pans to electronics! What’s more, alongside committing to transform itself into a toxic-free champion, Tchibo has agreed to start developing... 

Published: October 29th, 2014 at 11:47 am ET By ENENews  Email Article 67 comments Tweet Nuclear expert Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds Energy Education on Radio Ecoshock, Oct 27, 2014 (11:30 in): We work with a woman… an organic gardener. Every year, she’s taken the seeds from her garden, planted, then harvested seeds from those plants to be the next year’s crop. So she’s got 4 years now of seeds that have been growing about 30 miles (~50 km) from Fukushima. She’s beginning to experience... 

Published: October 29th, 2014 at 2:00 am ET By ENENews  Email Article 10 comments Tweet Japan broadcaster NHK, Oct. 27, 2014 (emphasis added): TEPCO says the levels of radioactive cesium in [Fukushima Daiichi's] groundwater… fluctuated greatly last week… TEPCO says these [groundwater] wells are connected underground with other wells that are highly contaminated [and] believes cesium poured into them with this month’s heavy rains and then flowed out with the underground water. [TEPCO]... 

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Published: October 28th, 2014 at 12:43 pm ET By ENENews  Email Article 53 comments Tweet Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds Energy Education on Radio Ecoshock, released Oct 29, 2014: Alex Smith, host of RadioEcoshock (at 10:30 in): We’ve heard almost nothing about the impacts [of the Fukushima catastrophe] on people in that region. There are accounts coming out of there of strange tumors, kids dying, pets dying — what have you heard? Can we ever expect an honest accounting from Japanese authorities? Arnie... 

The latest United Nations report on climate change is about to be finalised, written by thousands of scientists. The report is VERY important, but also a bit dull. What we really want to know is: How bad is climate change? And what can we do about it? Using the latest IPCC findings and a few other recent discoveries, here’s our take on what you need to know about climate change and what to do about it. 1. Politicians talk – too little happens Politicians spend a lot of time talking about... 

Sawmills in the Brazilian Amazon are laundering illegal timber and sending shipments overseas. It’s against the law to place illegal timber on the European market, yet the authorities are doing very little about it. Two weeks ago, Greenpeace exposed sawmills in the Brazilian Amazon that were trading illegal timber. At the centre of the scandal was a sawmill called Rainbow Trading. Rainbow Trading was receiving nightly deliveries from illegal sawmills deep in the rainforest. We exposed them... 

Thirty-odd years ago in the Kingdom of Denmark lived some brave people who disliked nuclear power and loved renewable energy. Determined to keep their country clean and safe, they began building their own wind turbines. Today, thanks to these passionate people, Danes are on their way to getting their heat and electricity from 100% renewable energy. In the early 1970’s, in many parts of the world, people started discussing the risks of nuclear power. Although Denmark did not have any nuclear... 

Plant breeding is the key to providing us with varied and better quality foods. Although conventional plant breeding has existed for hundreds of years, it was often time-consuming and labour-intensive. But, breeding methods have come a long way – it’s becoming faster and more effective. MAS, or marker-assisted selection, is a biotechnology that uses a traditional breeding approach. It’s about finding genetic markers that are linked to the qualities you want; like disease resistance... 

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