Friday, September 17, 2021

One of the Most Iconic American Food Companies Now Supports GMO Labeling

Campbell’s Soup says it will label its products on its own if a national standard is not set.

Farming Frogs Can Save Them From Extinction

Diseases are killing off many of Panama’s frog and salamander species. Are there enough animals left to breed them in captivity?

New Study Highlights Big Unknowns of Public Health Harm From Fracking’s Chemical Cocktail

Researchers had information on reproductive and developmental toxicity for only 24 percent of over 1,000 chemicals they looked at.

Monsanto Cuts 16% of Work Force as Sales in Roundup Herbicide Fall 34%

Monsanto has been struggling for investor confidence following the announcement in March 2015 that the World Health Organisation’s cancer agency had declared the world’s most widely used weedkiller – glyphosate – a “probable human carcinogen”.

North Korea Confirms its First Hydrogen Nuclear Bomb Test

North Korean government has stated that the 5.1 magnitude quake event was a successful hydrogen nuclear bomb test.

Organic Farmers Score New Victory in ‘David and Goliath’ GMO Fight

Jackson County, Oregon wins new protections against cultivation of genetically engineered crops.

Happy 2016! These CEOs Have Already Banked An Average Worker’s Salary

Country's 100 top-paid executives took home an average of $8.96 million in 2014

Homeless Activists Go Organic And Feed An Entire Shelter With Rooftop Garden

Activists in Atlanta are working with the homeless to produce healthy organic food instead of expecting donations.

Meet the 20-Year-Old Fighting to End Food Waste While Taking Finals

College sophomore Maria Rose Belding is helping connect more than 200 large-scale food banks nationwide through her online database.

The Looming Environmental Disaster in Missouri that Nobody is Talking About

When an unstoppable underground fire meets radioactive waste in Missouri — nobody really knows what happens next.