The Big three major energy companies have a long history of poisoning our water supplies, and now that they have become the largest contributors to the federal government, they’ve begun to threaten us with their power and influence.
It’s called Big Water.
In a new article, the New Republic takes a look at how the Big Three energy companies are poisoning the water supply of America, and it’s a very serious situation.
“The Big Three” are now, as the title suggests, in the industry of poisoning the United States.
The three major US energy companies, Southern Company, Enron, and American Electric Power, all hold the same power in the United Kingdom and are collectively the world’s largest corporations.
Theirs is the most extensive portfolio of dirty water projects in the world.
In other words, these companies can and do have a vested interest in poisoning our drinking water supply, and we’re now all part of the problem.
As the New York Times noted, “the company’s vast array of dirty-water projects are now costing taxpayers more than $2 billion a year.”
In addition to the billions spent on the dirty water industry, the Big 3 have a track record of harming the environment and public health, including the toxic effects of air pollution.
They are the main drivers of climate change, and their pollution has been linked to respiratory problems and heart disease.
Their dirty water has been implicated in water contamination in communities throughout the country, as well as at the bottom of the ocean.
They have polluted our rivers and streams, and in the process, they are poisoning our air.
In recent years, the US has seen a spike in asthma attacks, with more than 4 million Americans suffering from asthma, and more than half of them are children.
This epidemic has been exacerbated by Big Three contamination of the air we breathe, and the effects have been devastating.
In the United Arab Emirates, the pollution from Big Three dirty water plants is so pervasive that the UAE’s Environmental Protection Agency declared that the country’s air is polluted with toxic chemicals, and “the entire country is at risk of a major air pollution event.”
The environmental crisis has been compounded by the fact that Big Three is one of the world´s largest polluters of air pollutants, with over 90 percent of the US´s energy production coming from fossil fuels.
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has warned that if they don´t do more to address the problems created by the Big Four, they could end up spending billions of dollars to solve the pollution problem themselves.
And in fact, the Environmental Protection Department has already warned that they could lose billions in government funding.
The environmental impact of Big Three’s pollution, however, is only part of what’s at stake.
The Big Four are also at risk for destroying our country´s economy and environment.
According to the Environmental Integrity Project, the major sources of the pollution coming out of these Big Four plants are the production of toxic waste, waste management, and waste disposal.
“If we can’t find a solution to their pollution, we are going to lose our future,” environmental activist David Suzuki said, “because they have polluted the air, they have contaminated the water, and they have destroyed our environment.”
In fact, we could lose our entire economy if Big Three continues to pollute the environment.
The companies have been involved in several environmental lawsuits, which include several of the lawsuits brought by the United Nations to try to stop the companies from polluting our drinking and cooking water.
In fact the companies have filed so many environmental lawsuits that the US Department to Monitor and Combat Corruption, the watchdog group created to protect US citizens from corruption, has listed Big Three as one of their biggest contributors to environmental protection.
In addition, the companies are responsible for over 2.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions every year, and yet they are not held to account.
According the Environmental Working Group, the biggest contributor to climate change is the Big 4, with the companies responsible for 80 percent of global CO2 emissions.
As we know from the CO2 crisis, the future is very bright for our planet.
But if Big 3 continues to destroy our water and air, we will lose our ability to live our lives and thrive.
As environmental activist and writer John Lott explained in an article published in the New Yorker, “The future is bleak for the world, and our lives will be a lot worse for it than they are for the people who live here, the planet, and humanity itself.”
And the Big Five have already demonstrated that they are planning on poisoning our nation’s water supply.
In October, the California legislature voted to repeal the law that required Big Three to report their pollution to the state.
The legislature’s action was made possible by the EPA’s Clean Water Act, which requires companies that use a toxic substance to report its pollution to a federal agency.
But the Big 5 are not going to report any of