Grassroots groups are continuing the right for a more just food system from Palestine to the rural areas of Washington D.C.
Environmental organizations filed a motion to uphold a ban on fracking, which was enacted in Longmont, Colorado back in 2012.
Genetically Modified Foods
Take action today and help defend Vermont’s strong constitutional law and put an end to Monsanto and other GMO food manufacturers’ propaganda campaign.
Big Telecom and their supplicants want to regulate your Internet and make online services more expensive.
Fracking has been introduced into many states, making the U.S. a major gas producer, but activist are trying to stop this as it is hazardous to our environment.
Irrawaddy dolphins have already classified as critically endangered but are now facing further extinction.
Millions of people around the web took action against Big Internet provider companies on Sept. 10 to combat the potential Internet slowdown we could all soon face.
Occupy Wall Street
Sept. 17 marks the third anniversary of Occupy Wall Street and the movement is celebrating independent and progressive media.
Vermont was the first state to pass a law requiring labels be put on GMO foods, and it is already under attack.
Pollinating insects and animals are vital to the world.
Representing over 200 million people around the world, groups declare: “To deal with the crisis, we must address the root causes and change the system.”
New 'Nuns on the Bus' tour aims to tackle issue of big money influence on politics.
Two hundred forty-five Boston University faculty members ask President and Board of Trustees to divest its endowment from oil, gas and coal companies.
The primary source of exposure of bisphenol A or BPA is through the diet, yet the FDA allows this toxic chemical, which is linked to cancer and other diseases, to be used in most food and drink packaging.
It’s an ongoing debate whether raw milk is safe for human consumption.