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Record-Breaking Dead Zone in Gulf of Mexico

Washington, D.C. — The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reported  that the latest dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico measures 8,776 square...

Breathing Natural – Avoiding the Hazards of Indoor Air Pollution

As someone often suffering from the ill effects of toxic indoor air quality, I have become a fresh air enthusiast. After a year of...

Can Organic Farming Reverse Climate Change?

In light of recent political decisions to withdraw the nation from global efforts to address climate change, reverting to mother nature may be the...

Nature’s Path Earns Zero Waste Sustainability Certification

Richmond, BC, Canada - The organic breakfast and snack food production business, Nature’s Path Foods, has received a Zero Waste Certification for its third...

Crashing Monsanto’s Pesticide Party In Beijing

Editor’s Note: This article is intended for information purposes only. Because state and municipal laws vary greatly, as do the circumstances of individual cases,...

Mott’s Sued by Beyond Pesticides for “Natural” Claims

Washington, D.C. — Beyond Pesticides, a national environmental health organization, represented by the Richard Law Group has filed a lawsuit against Mott’s, specifically its...
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New Spending Bill Allocates Funding to Promote GMOs

Washington, D.C. — An article in the Washington Post reports that as part of the spending bill passed by Congress this week to avoid...

Prenatal Exposure to Coal Emissions from Across State Lines

A new study published in the Journal of Public Analysis and Management has found evidence that prenatal exposure to emissions from a Pennsylvania Power...

Glyphosate And Your Health

In recent years, the World Health Organization classified glyphosate (the active ingredient in the herbicide Roundup) as a probable carcinogenic. This statement was backed...

Microplastics: The Importance of Recycling Revisited

Polluting the shores of all five continents as well as lakes and rivers around the globe, microplastics are tiny pieces of debris formed from...