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Could Solar-Powered Floating Farms Provide Enough Food for the Entire World? Read More: Could Solar-Powered Floating Farms Prov
World  (tags: food, farms, solutions, solar power, hunger )

Freya
- 430 days ago - inhabitat.com
With an increasing global population and a decreasing supply of arable land, providing sufficient food to meet demand is becoming increasingly more difficult. Barcelona-based Forward Thinking Architecture proposes an innovative solution.
Top Anti-GMO Scientists Band Together in Film Exposing Threats and Secrecy | Minds
World  (tags: corruption, crime, ethics, humans, society, safety, politics, government, freedoms, education, rights, violence, culture, environment, destruction, healthconditions, humans, protection, ecosystems, dishonesty, illness, health, disease, diet, research, ris )

Kevin
- 547 days ago - minds.com
"Looking for a some mind-expanding entertainment? Check out Scientists Under Attack: Genetic Engineering in the Magnetic Field of Money, a film by german director Bertram Verhaag. "
12 Ways to Rid the Planet of GMOs and MonsantoâEUR(TM)s Roundup
World  (tags: freedoms, ethics, humans, society, safety, corruption, rights, government, illness, food, health, prevention, protection, disease, diet, humans, risks, safety, GeneticEngineering, world, usa, africa, asia, europe, society )

Kevin
- 547 days ago - eatlocalgrown.com
The article suggests ways to fight GMOs, while the image I included suggests where the protests should really occur.
The Russians Prove Small Scale Organic CAN Feed the World - See More at: Http://Naturalsociety.Com/Russ ians-Prove-Small-Scale-or
World  (tags: agriculture, farming, food, organic, farms, crops )

Freya
- 566 days ago - naturalsociety.com
A recent report from Agro-ecology and the Right to Food says that organic and sustainable small-scale farming could double food production in the parts of the world where hunger is the biggest issue.
Why GM Crops Will Not Feed the World
World  (tags: corruption, crime, ethics, freedoms, government, HumanRights, interesting, food, hunger, genetic engineering, GMOs, politics, society, UnitedNations, world )

Kathy
- 672 days ago - motherearthnews.com
Last spring marked a tipping point for rising global food prices. Haiti's prime minister was ousted amid rice riots; Mexican tortillas have quadrupled in price. African countries were hit especially hard. According to the World Bank, global food prices
VIRAL ACTION NEEDED Tell Holland America Cruise Lines to Stop Supporting the Grind Slaughter of Cetaceans in the Faroes!
World  (tags: slaughter, killed, killing, suffering, sadness, wildlife, protection, endangered, extinction, conservation, animalcruelty, animalwelfare, abused, abuse, environment, whales, activists, violence, sadness, media, internet, government, conservation, ecosyste )

Kelly
- 741 days ago - change.org
The Faroe Islands are home to an extremely barbaric cetacean drive hunt, called the Grindadráp/Grind. During a Grind, hundreds of pilot whales and other cetaceans are driven into fjords, and pulled up onto kill beaches,
Sunder: Now and the Next Steps
World  (tags: had become accustomed to, seemed to look, forward to getting a GOOD BOY treat, Congratulations to everyone, BABY SHIVA healthcare, humans, health, medicine, protection, food, news )

Kelly
- 772 days ago - petaindia.com
Congratulations to everyone who helped with the #FreeSunder campaign! It was an enormous effort with a wonderful result. Sunder is now at his new home, as per the order of the Supreme Court. First, after getting off the truck, Sunder was given fruits.
Ending Extreme Poverty in the World By 2030
World  (tags: 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', 'HUMANRIGHTS!', africa, asia, conflict, death, ethics, food, freedoms, government, India, politics, Refugees&Relief, society, terrorism, violence )

Kit
- 778 days ago - america.aljazeera.com
World Bank President Jim Kim opened up in a candid conversation with Ali Velshi on Wednesday about the institution's campaign to end extreme poverty in the world by 2030.
Four Rare Animal Species That Could Be Saved If China Stops Eating Them
World  (tags: animals, endangered species, China, food, diet, law, government, world, humans, news )

Carrie
- 820 days ago - qz.com
China's top legislature is considering a law that makes dining on endangered animals a crime punishable with prison. An important move given that the country is home to about a tenth of the world's vertebrate species, which includes some 420 endangered...
Commend Organization for Worldwide Veterinary Care
World  (tags: covered in fleas and ticks, veterinary care for over 375 animals, world, society, treatment, safety, prevention, healthcare, health, humans, illness, interesting, disease, drugs, Body-Mind-Spirit, food, nutrition, protection, medicine, animalwelfare, suff )

Kelly
- 933 days ago - forcechange.com
Nico was an abandoned puppy found by the World Vets team while on a mission in the Dominican Republic. Like many animals helped by World Vets on that trip, Nico was hungry, dehydrated, ~Photo Credit: Richard W Sinyem via InterestingFoto
Chinese FDA Looks Into Charges That Juice Makers Used Rotten Fruit
World  (tags: China, food, safety, health, government, world )

Carrie
- 1030 days ago - foodsafetynews.com
Chinese food-safety officials have ordered two fruit juice companies to suspend operations and help with an investigation into reports that they used rotten or unripe fruit in their products.
Foreign Correspondent: Race To The Bottom, The Horse Meat Trade
World  (tags: Ireland, Food, crime, ethics, horse meat, government, politics )

Kit
- 1036 days ago - abc.net.au
When Ireland's Food Standards Authority announced that it had found beef products sold by popular food brands contaminated with horse meat, it was the start of a scandal that spread around Europe and to parts of Asia.
18 Countries That Love To Eat, Drink & Smoke More Than The U.S. (TEXT, VIDEO, and PHOTOS)
World  (tags: world, Americans, food, alcohol, tobacco, society, interesting, humans, asia, europe )

Carrie
- 1049 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
You might assume, from frequent news reports about obesity in America, that we're the most gluttonous country in the world. But the great paradox of the country's food industry is that Americans still spend far less of our income on food than their peers.
*Take Action* Transparency to Fight Extreme Poverty Join With ONE
World  (tags: africa, asia, children, china, conflict, death, Food, humanrights, iran, iraq, middle-east, politics, Refugees&Relief, society, violence, world )

Kit
- 1052 days ago - one.org
We need your voice not your money. Please sign and share and help over come World Poverty.
 

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