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This article is from Jaymi Heimbuch, originally from Treehugger. So what is with all the dying bees? Scientists have been trying to discover this for years. Meanwhile, bees keep dropping like... well, you know. Is it mites? Pesticides? Cell phone towers? What is really at the root? Turns out the ... keep reading
Courts, councils, and voters across North America are weighing in on genetically modified (GM) crops this month. In Washington state, voters are beginning to cast ballots in favor of or opposing Initiative 522, which would mandate that all GM food products, seeds, and seed stocks carry labels in the state ... keep reading
On May 25, the protest against Monsanto and its genetically modified seeds went from local to global. Instead of the usual firm but nonviolent debate carried on inside the pages of such online sites as Natural News, Saturday’s protest went physical. Participants, who marched carrying signs ranging from the ... keep reading
Recently, I had the distinct pleasure of seeing raw/vegan chef Kirsten Gum work her magic at the Gourmandise School of Sweet’s and Savories in Santa Monica, CA. She made a chocolate pudding using avocado as the base, which I swear on my favorite French recipes, was better than ... keep reading
According to the Organic Consumers Association (OCA), a grassroots nonprofit vested in sustainable agriculture and food safety, the state of Minnesota recently joined a growing list of states whose concern about genetically engineered or modified (GM) foods or organisms (GMOs) has inspired legislation aimed at forcing labeling by GM manufacturers ... keep reading
A new study suggests that the increased use of genetically modified (GM) crops across the Midwestern U.S. may be causing a decline in monarch butterfly populations. From 1999 to 2010, a period when GM crops Wikimedia Commons A monarch butterfly became more common on U.S. farms, the number ... keep reading
Bolivia's Government has been attracting alot of attention lately and as it gets set to pass the world’s first laws granting all nature equal rights to humans it will attract a lot more . The Law of Mother Earth, now agreed by politicians and social groups in Bolivia is ... keep reading
Written by Celsias Team in April 2011, about Agriculture & Food, Earth, Soil, & Landscape, Emissions, Environment & Wildlife, Genetic Modification, Lifestyle & Behavior, Politics & Government (13 comments)
This week's dose of organic headlines, updates, resources and recipes courtesy of dsnodgrass... If you're looking to get your sangria on, this recipe looks great. An added suggestion is to try to make the apples organic as well, because conventional apples skew high on the pesticide meter. A ... keep reading
This week's dose of organic headlines, updates, resources and recipes courtesy of dsnodgrass... Having been allowed to thrive over the last two decades, with numerous enablers whose actions would lay to rest the notion that bi-partisanship is dead, the genetically modified crop industry has become a genuine single-name monopoly ... keep reading
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