Friday, January 17, 2020

Denmark Intends To Be The World’s FIRST 100% Organic Nation

The Danish government accumulated 53 million Euros in 2015 to transform the nation into an organic one.

20 Year Old Class Action Lawsuit on Radioactive Contamination Finally Moving Forward

BNL was designated a high-pollution Superfund site in 1989. The large amounts of radioactive tritium­H30 or radioactive water­ were found to have been leaking from BNL’s High Flux Beam Reactor in 1997.

Create New Transition Programs for Veterans Returning Home

Help us tell the Department of Veteran Affairs that we care about our Veterans and that this suicide rate is unacceptable.

Famine and Government Neglect in Ethiopia

Donor countries also have a long-term responsibility to the people they purport to support. To this end the governments of Britain, America and the European Union must ensure that the Ethiopian government put in place visionary plans to mitigate the impact of any future drought.

Michigan to stop giving bottled water to Flint residents

Over 12,000 lead or galvanized steel pipes that could potentially bring lead-contaminated water are still in use.

Millions of Americans cross the U.S.-Mexico border for health care: The health care crisis...

At a checkpoint in Yuma, Arizona, around 6,000 Americans cross into Los Algodones, Mexico daily for health care reasons – predominantly dental care.

One Mom Is on a Quest to Bring Organic Products to Babies of Color

The Brown Crayon Project is designed for ‘hair with character and skin with soul.’

3 Major Problems With Monsanto’s New GMO Soybeans

The promise of Monsanto's splashy new bean appears to be short-sighted, leaving farmers with the much worse end of the bargain.

Apocalyptic Capitalism

The Paris climate summit, dominated by the economic and political forces that are driving us toward destruction, will end with the usual empty rhetoric and a continued assault on the ecosystem.

Judge blocks Monsanto’s bid to stop California from listing glyphosate as carcinogenic

Monsanto plans to challenge the ruling and insists on the safety of glyphosate.