Friday, September 17, 2021

5 Million Nigerians Oppose Monsanto’s Plans to Introduce GMO Cotton and Corn

Besides the potential contamination of local maize varieties, the groups argued that the health risks of introducing GMO maize into Nigeria could be “enormous” considering that maize is a staple food in their diet.

20,000 Join Refugees Welcome March Through London

It comes days after the latest death at Britain's border in Calais, of a teenage boy trying to join his family in Britain.

France Approves Plan To Completely Ban Bee-Killing Pesticides

France's National Assembly just voted to totally ban this bee-killing pesticide.

Tell the Obama Administration to Abandon the Dakota Access Pipeline

Sign the petition and stand with the thousands of professionals, and the Standing Rock Sioux, to tell the Obama administration to permanently cancel construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Protect the bats from lethal wind turbines

Please sign the petition to tell the AWEA to make these changes so that we can save 90 percent of the bats rather than just 30 percent.

Poachers Killed More Than 1,000 Rhinos for the Third Year in a Row

South African officials report that fewer of the animals were poached in 2015, but deaths rose in neighboring Namibia and Zimbabwe.

Animal Rights Activists Lament India’s Lifting Ban on Bullfighting

The bulls are kept in small enclosures and often given alcohol before they are released and tackled by groups of men.

The World’s Largest Temperate Rainforest Has Just Been Saved

An agreement preserves British Columbia's Great Bear Rainforest, home to the rare spirit bear and other wildlife, but allows some logging.

The Arctic Turns Ugly

Runaway global warming is exactly like it sounds, an earth-shattering asteroid collision that turns the planet into a fireball.

New Bill Reintroduces the DARK Act

A new bill presented in the Senate is being called the new Denying Americans the Right to Know, or DARK Act. Are the majority Americans being ignored?