Environment

“Green” “solutions” are making things WORSE: EXAMPLE 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10  We have hurt, ravaged, and lost so much of the earth and its animal & plant life because of solar panels & windmills to date.
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Say No To Plastic : Plastics Poison Us
WWF EU on Twitter: "Plastic pollution is a major threat to #OurOcean and  wildlife, but we can all make a difference! Here are 8 eco-friendly swaps  to help you #ReduceYourUse and #BeatPlasticPollution

Source: WWF Note: Beyond the lifecycle, the very manufacturing and use of plastic (eg, food containment, clothing, vinyl products, ethers of plastic), etc, etc, is totally harmful to your body and to the environment. Microplastics are everywhere, including in our homes. Plastic packaging seeps microplastics into food. Opening plastic packaging releases microplastics as does preparing food on a plastic chopping board. Cooking with a Teflon-coated pan coats food in tiny plastic particles. 90% of all cosmetic products contain microplastics. A new carpet can double the number of microplastic fibers in your home. Clothes are full of microplastics. Studies show we consume or inhale (vinyl ethers, etc of a new car smell, or synthetic materials at TJMaxx, eg.) the weight of a credit card in plastic each week. EXAMPLE

Air Pollution/Industry/Volcanoes

grayscale photo of clouds over trees and plants

Rocket Pollution/Planes

Animal & Plant Extinction

macro photography of elephant face
Note: Only 40,000-50,000 elephant species are left in the wild, according to the WWF, making them officially endangered (among many other animals that are facing increasing threats).

Oil Spills

Nuclear Radiation

Nuclear Waste

2023: Fukushima releasing radioactive H2O
2024: One example of our radioactive waste problem

Genetic Engineering

green grass on brown soil during daytime

Gulf Of Mexico: Still Facing Threats

Oil in the Gulf of Mexico
Source: publicintelligence.net Note: The Gulf Of Mexico continues to suffer pollution, is still plagued by sickness to wildlife and humans – all because of the deepwater oil spill – 2010. The Gulf overall is in damaged and perilous condition.

Dirty Water

man sitting on blue boat on water

Extreme Cold

brown monkey outdoor during daytime

Extreme Heat

Heat waves and climate change: Is there a connection? » Yale Climate  Connections
Source: yaleclimateconnections.org

Extreme Wind

trees with wind photo

Deforestation

trees covered by snow

Drought/Water Scarcity

dry soil

Flood

flooded town under blue sky and white clouds

Fire

California fires burn record 2m acres | US news | The Guardian
Source: The Guardian. Note: This picture was taken in California in Sept., 2020.

Electromagnetic Pollution

Cancer, cancer, everywhere and not a human to know better.

Ocean Pollution

Why should we care about the ocean?
Source: oceanservice.noaa.gov

Pesticides & Herbicides

Farmer spraying pesticide – You eat this stuff everyday
https://metro.co.uk/2024/04/09/fears-cancer-causing-forever-chemicals-found-fruit-veg-20606531/?ico=trending-post-strip_item_3

Trash

trash lot close-up photography

 

Some Of Many Detrimental Chemicals

Source: The Atlantic Note: There are many other harmful chemicals not shown on the above image, such as benzene.

 

Paper Waste

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Source: New York Times–“Your Recycling Gets Recycled, Right?” Note: These are trees, ladies and gentlemen, – trees — Ditto for paper towels, paper bags, paper for food takeout, etc.

Alternatives To Meat

 

Other of the many hazards impinging on us all around…

Solar panels covering the natural earth, depleting soil quality & life, overheating locales, killing birds, etc; human overpopulation while natural life-sustaining resources dwindle; threats to food security from pesticides & herbicides resulting in diminishing returns, low value nutrition, organismic harm; recycling overload – itself bagged in MORE PLASTIC – (stop packaging to begin with); chemicals sent into the atmosphere to effect weather; chemtrails; synthetic materials everywhere which degrade organismic life through breathing, touching, tasting, ingesting; widespread use of phthalates; experimental pathogens
The list goes on & on…

 
 
 
Dr. Nancy Mroczek, PhD
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