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Robert Hunziker: Factory Farms Destroy Ecosystems

In total, three hundred fifty thousand chemicals are now altering the composition of the surface of the planet

Robert Hunziker: Dangerous Heat Across the Globe

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration July 2021 was the hottest month in recorded history for the world

Robert Hunziker: Expert IPCC Reviewer Speaks Out

“If a government does not change, we shall… go into a rebellion via civil disobedience against the government in order to fundamentally reduce carbon emissions… It’s not actually that complicated, is it?”

Robert Hunziker: Thawing Arctic Permafrost

“We are standing at the threshold of abrupt change in permafrost carbon emissions.”

Robert Hunziker: The Inertia Bugaboo

A new study reveals details about climate change inertia, a sobering study that speaks to the absolute necessity of herculean efforts to stop emissions, full stop, now, not tomorrow

Robert Hunziker: The Biomass Fiasco

A 1,000-kilowatt-hour wood-pellet power plant, enough to power 1,000 homes, emits a total of 1,275 grams of CO2 per kilowatt-hour of electricity generated

Robert Hunziker: A Climate Time Bomb With Trump’s Name Inscribed

Thwaites, in West Antarctica, is the world’s most dangerous glacier. As of January 15th, scientists have labeled it: “A Climate Time Bomb.”

Robert Hunziker: Silent Spring’s Encore

Rachel Carson’s famous and brilliant book Silent Spring (1962), which literally ignited the environmental movement, has never been more relevant than it is today

Robert Hunziker: Chemically Induced Frankenstein-Humans

Chemicals found far and wide throughout America alter human hormones as well as human DNA, which passes along generation-to-generation known as transgenerational inheritance.

Robert Hunziker: Trump Kills Science – Nature Strikes Back

Federal agency scientists have been personally attacked and censored and reassigned to meaningless tasks not affiliated with their expertise and prevented from attending crucial conferences. Funding for science has been slashed

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