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Such a place does exist, and it soon may be the first nation to go 100% organic, paving the way for others to do the same on a global scale. Food waste - Lovefoodhatewaste.com - Tips and recipes to reduce food waste - Love Food Hate Waste. WAPSEC AGES ALLIANCE Australia Germany Eco Sustainable Alliance. RealClimate.
List of environmental issues. Liste rouge mondiale 2011 : un autre pas vers le baromètre de la vie. Rendue publique le 10 novembre 2011, la dernière mise à jour de la Liste rouge de l’UICN des espèces menacées illustre les efforts entrepris par l’UICN (Union internationale pour la conservation de la nature) et par ses partenaires pour accroître le nombre et la diversité des espèces évaluées, en améliorant la qualité des informations afin de dresser un meilleur tableau de l’état de la biodiversité.
Avec plus de 61 900 espèces étudiées à ce jour, un autre pas de géant a été franchi pour faire de la Liste rouge un véritable « Baromètre de la Vie », que d’éminents experts appelaient de leurs vœux dans le magazine Science de 2010. Rhinocéros blanc du Sud © Richard Emslie Malgré les actions des programmes de conservation, 25% des mammifères sont menacés d’extinction. Wastewater Pollution in China. Earthjustice: Environmental Law: Because the Earth Needs a Good Lawyer. Thermal Depolymerization. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Toxic Pollution. Sodium Fluoride. 2013-01-15-waterfluoridationfacts.jpg (800×1218)
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The winner of this year's award is Stephen Uzzo. Read Stephen's article "Puntacana Ecological Foundation and the Scaling of Sustainable Tourism Development" at E&S and learn more about the annual award. Ecotrust. GEO Data Portal - The Environmental Database (search. Paul hawken. Computing for Sustainability. Solutions are in our nature. Food & Water Watch. 1-800-Recycling - Find Recycling Center Locations. Recycling Around the World - Alan Taylor - In Focus. November 15 is America Recycles Day, an annual event launched in 1997 by the National Recycling Coalition.
The need to reuse and recycle raw materials has never been as urgent as it is today. The human race has reached a worldwide population of 7 billion, and America is responsible for consuming a disproportionate share of the planet's resources. In many parts of the world, recycling is done by necessity. In others, artists, governments, and businesses have found creative and useful ways to reuse materials -- a plastic bottle may find itself reborn as artwork, a warm blanket, or fuel oil. Collected here are photographs of various recycling efforts around the world, ranging from small and whimsical to industrial in scale. [33 photos] Use j/k keys or ←/→ to navigate Choose: Organic Consumers Association: Millions Against Monsanto Campaign. President Obama knows that agribusiness cannot be trusted with the regulatory powers of government.
On the campaign trail in 2007, he promised: We'll tell ConAgra that it's not the Department of Agribusiness. It's the Department of Agriculture. We're going to put the people's interests ahead of the special interests. Natural health news. Discovery of Bt insecticide in human blood proves GMO toxin a threat to human health, study finds.
(NaturalNews) The biotechnology industry's house of cards appears to be crumbling, as a new study out of the University of Sherbrooke, Canada, recently found Bt toxin, a component of certain genetically-modified (GM) crops, in human blood samples for the first time.
Set to be published in the peer-reviewed journal Reproductive Toxicology the new study shreds the false notion that Bt is broken down by the digestive system, and instead shows that the toxin definitively persists in the bloodstream. Industry mouthpieces have long alleged that Bt toxin, which is derived from a soil bacterium known as Bacillus thuringiensis, is harmless to humans. The built-in pesticide has been integrated into certain GM crops to ward off pests. Bt corn, for instance, has actually been designed to produce the toxin directly inside its kernels, which are later eaten by both livestock and humans ( Sources for this story include: