The Plastic Panic is One of Many Pre-Planned Eco-Scares

California cities are banning plastic straws and now, most recently, Great Britain is pondering banning a variety of plastic products. As it turns out, Climate Depot exposed this back in 2010 that green activists and the UN climate Chief were marketing eco-scares resulting from public sentiment on global warming dropping significantly. It started off with…

Microbeads in UK waterways and fish, oh my!

People obviously feel a lot safer now that Great Britain has banned microbeads. Its a wonder that this problem went so long without being addressed. It is outrageous that beauty product makers used microbeads since they can end up polluting water ways and end up in the bowels of animals, like fish, just like environmentalists…

Glitter in waterways and fish, oh my!

I don’t see how the mainstream media could have missed this. WPRI, a puny television station out of Providence, Rhode Island reports that scientists in the UK are urging the British parliament to ban glitter. This must be some sort of conspiracy since it’s obvious the threat of glitter in England is so great that…

Swedish fish and microbeads study was faked

A Swedish panel of experts investigating research published in the peer review journal Science last year has concluded that a study outlining the effects of plastic microbeads on larval fish was faked and has been retracted. According to Gizmodo, a nine month investigation was conducted by an expert group at Sweden’s Central Ethical Review Board…

Microbeads in waterways, and fish, oh my!

I really have to get caught up on my news. I had no idea how much of a problem microbeads are for the environment. I mean, the fact that The New York Times reports that California is on the verge of banning them should be indication that microbeads need to be outlawed. It makes no…

Environmentalists next target: microbeads!

I really have to get caught up on my news. I had no idea how much of a problem microbeads are for the environment. I mean, the fact that The Olympian reports that Washington state is on the verge of banning them should be indication that microbeads need to be outlawed. It makes no sense…