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PollutionWatch is your source for information about the chemicals that manufacturing facilities release in your community. Simply type in your postal code or click on the map of Canada, to get the facts on pollution in your community, in your province and in Canada. You can also find out about the health effects and regulations concerning toxic chemicals and take action to voice your concerns.

Over 150 million kilograms of toxic chemicals are released by manufacturing facilities into Canada's environment each year, including 7 million kilograms of carcinogens.

It is really scary what we have been brainwashed into thinking is normal.

The pollution we are bathed in everyday frightens me

This is just the stuff that is officially reported.

If you dont know who David Suzuki is, please inform yourself.
A must see site.  My personal hero.
One person can make a difference.  That person is you
A tremendous resource
Greenpeace is an independent not-for-profit campaigning organization that uses nonviolent, creative confrontation to expose global environmental problems. We research solutions and alternatives that are essential to a green and peaceful future. Greenpeace's goal is to ensure the ability of the Earth to nurture life in all its diversity.
I'm a member, are you?
The most complete view ever assembled of the world's air pollution churning through the atmosphere, crossing continents and oceans, has been produced by NASA's Terra spacecraft. For the first time, policymakers and scientists now have a way to identify the major sources of air pollution and can closely track where the pollution goes, anywhere on Earth.

If you have the bandwidth, these images are worth the download

NRDC uses law, science, and the support of more than 500,000 members nationwide to protect the planet's wildlife and wild places and to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all living things.
Thank god we have sites like this.
Navy Sonar System Threatens Marine Mammals 
The U.S. government may allow use of a powerful new system despite evidence that military sonar kills marine animals. 

Undeniable evidence that high-power "active" sonar systems can and do kill marine animals emerged in March 2000, when beach strandings of four different species of whales and dolphins in the Bahamas coincided with a Navy battle group's use of extremely loud active sonar there. 

Send a message to your senators and representative urging them to protect whales and other marine life by withholding funds to deploy this dangerous new technology. 


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