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Prevent Extinction of Unique Butterfly Species
Green Lifestyle  (tags: habitat, environment, science )

Julie
- 46 days ago - animalpetitions.org
Please prevent extinction of unique butterfly species.
Tell Starbucks: Drop Out of the Anti-GMO Labeling Lawsuit
Green Lifestyle  (tags: healthconditions, healthconditions, humans, nature, politics, pollution, protection, science, research, Sustainabililty, world, activists, culture, dishonesty, education, ethics, family, freedoms, law, media, rights, politics, safety, society, usa, americ )

Wendy
- 56 days ago - act.credoaction.com
Oral arguments in the crucial Vermont GMO labeling lawsuit are expected to start in the next few weeks,1 so now is the perfect time to pressure Starbucks to end its membership in the Grocery Manufacturers Association and stop fighting GMO labeling..
GM Crops: Science Is About Questions, Not "Consensus"
Green Lifestyle  (tags: conservation, CoolStuff, environment, food, genetic engineering, GMOs, health, humans, protection, Sustainabililty, technology, science )

Kathy
- 94 days ago - foodandwaterwatch.org
The So-Called Scientific "Consensus": Why the debate on GMOs is not over (available at the link below), shows how pro-GM vested interests cherry pick information and manipulate quotes from scientific bodies like the World Health Organisation and the Royal
Tell Burger King: No Frankenfries for Me!
Green Lifestyle  (tags: children, diet, disease, environment, ethics, family, food, government, illness, risks, prevention, nutrition, science, society, warning, Body-Mind-Spirit, babies, humans, investigation, business, corporate, consumers, environment, farming, ethics, govern )

Wendy
- 106 days ago - secure3.convio.net
The USDA has approved a new GMO potato, thankfully we've already put pressure on McDonald's to say they won't use the potatoes, now we need Burger King to commit that they won't buy it.
Calling Euro-MP Glenis Willmott About the GMO Vote? Fantastic! Here's What to Do:
Green Lifestyle  (tags: humans, food, illness, interesting, diet, babies, nutrition, prevention, protection, risks, safety, science, society, warning, corporate, environment, farming, government, humans, lies, law, labor, politics, society, consumers, humans, GeneticEngineering )

Wendy
- 116 days ago - action.sumofus.org
The British government voted earlier this year for a flawed European Commission proposal that would allow European states to ban GM crops subject to many conditions, while opening the doors for widespread GMO cultivation and contamination across the EU.
The Biggest Myth About Organic Farming
Green Lifestyle  (tags: Environment, Agriculture, Farming, Organic Farming, Pesticides, Marketing, Proponents, Misconceptions, Science, Evidence )

Brian
- 146 days ago - realclearscience.com
"People buy organic because they think it's better for the environment; it's not. It's safer; it's not. It tastes better; it doesn't. It's more nutritious; it isn't. And these are all misconceptions that have been deliberately promoted by organic..."
Is Genetically Modified Coffee Coming?
Green Lifestyle  (tags: Coffee, Improved, Science, Genetic Engineering, GMO, Robusta, DeCaf )

Brian
- 157 days ago - wxyz.com
"That morning cup of joe is sometimes the only thing that can get a pep in our step before work, but what if that coffee was genetically modified? It's the talk of the town -- coffee that wasn't made by nature, but by science."
The World's 'Smartest' Cities
Green Lifestyle  (tags: interesting, offbeat, energy, technology, science, solar, environment, Sustainabililty )

Connie
- 210 days ago - cntraveler.com
prototypes smart urban planning
Petition: Climate Parents | No New Coal Leases on Federal Land!
Green Lifestyle  (tags: abuse, activists, americans, arts, celebrity, child, children, corruption, crime, culture, death, dishonesty, education, environment, ethics, family, fashion, freedoms, gayrights, GoodNews, goodnews, government, health, humans, interesting, internet, law )

Susanne
- 308 days ago - act.engagementlab.org
US coal companies mine more than a billion tons of coal each year, much of it from land leased by the federal government in a program managed by the Department of Interior
Take Action: Stop the Attack on Rooftop Solar in California.
Green Lifestyle  (tags: climate, climate-change, protection, science, politics, green, abuse, americans, business, consumers, corporate, dishonesty, ethics, society, lies, marketing, money, oil, investments, government )

JL
- 395 days ago - credomobilize.com
But big utilities are up to their old tricks, lobbying the Public Utilities Commission to change the rules on Californians and make investing in solar a bad financial deal.
105 Scientists Slam GMO-Rat-Study Retraction
Green Lifestyle  (tags: abuse, ethics, environment, food, genetic engineering, GMOs, greenliving, health, humans, protection, science, Roundup, Monsanto, society, world )

Kathy
- 449 days ago - altheadlines.com
What kind of hornet's nest was opened up for the GM industry in view of the retraction of the two year "Long term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize", by G E Séralini et al, published in Food and Chemical Tox
Open Letter on Retraction and Pledge to Boycott Elsevier (Serelini Roundup Study)
Green Lifestyle  (tags: abuse, corruption, food, genetic engineering, GMOs, health, Sustainabililty, world, green, humans, protection, sustainable, science, world, Monsanto, Roundup )

Kathy
- 449 days ago - i-sis.org.uk
re: "Long term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize," by GE Séralini et al, published in Food and Chemical Toxicology 2012... Your decision [1] to retract the paper is in clear violation of the international
The Global Water Footprint of Key Crops - Why You Should Care!
Green Lifestyle  (tags: agriculture, business, environment, investigation, research, science, technology, WATER )

Kit
- 544 days ago - environment.nationalgeographic.com
In order to grow the corn for your tortilla and the cotton for your T-shirt, farmers rely on freshwater from the world's river basins. Whether crops get watered by rain only or by irrigation as well, much of the water gets "consumed" -->
Take Action:Say Thanks to Interior Secretary Sally Jewell.
Green Lifestyle  (tags: ecosystems, Sustainabililty, science, protection, nature, water, wildlife, GoodNews, conservation, CoolStuff, ecosystems, environment )

JL
- 576 days ago - org.salsalabs.com
Interior Department Approved 5-year Mineral Withdrawal Thanks to your support this spectacular, wild Oregon river will be protected for the next five years.
 

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