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Ban Pesticides Linked to Human Illnesses and Birth Defects in US - Force Change
Environment  (tags: Food Industry, Pesticides, Human Health, Eco-system, US, Sustainability, Petition to sign )

Victoria
- 62 days ago - forcechange.com
If agricultural employees have to wear safety suits and masks to spray food with pesticides in the field, how can it be safe to eat? Sign this global petition to ban toxic chemical pesticides and adopt environmentally friendly methods of agriculture.
The Era Of Chimeras: Scientists Fearlessly Create Bizarre Human/Animal Hybrids - Via Rise Earth
Science & Tech  (tags: Scientists, Hybrid creatures, Animal Cruelty, Genetic research, Ethical concerns )

Victoria
- 61 days ago - riseearth.com
Did you know that scientists are creating cow/human hybrids, pig/human hybrids and even mouse/human hybrids? This is happening every single day in labs all over the western world, but most people have never even heard about it. Pandora's Box is open.
Devastating End for Terrified US Shepherd Dog Who Was Supposed to Have Been Saved - Examiner.Com
Animals  (tags: Animals, Dogs, Animal Cruelty, Euthanasia, Killing, Ethical concerns, Sadness )

Victoria
- 60 days ago - examiner.com
A heartbreaking follow-up story about the 2 year old dog who was so depressed, withdrawn and fearful that he just 'shut down' in a shelter. HIs plight became public and a rescue effort attempted to save him but he was euthanized by accident.
Poaching: New Report Puts Tanzania on List of Shame in Africa - Thecitizen.Co.Tz
World  (tags: Africa, Elephants, Poaching, Ivory Trade, Report, Government corruption, Militias, Crime )

Victoria
- 59 days ago - thecitizen.co.tz
A new report has listed Tanzania among seven "corrupt governments" in Africa that support elephant poaching. Organised crime, government corruption and militias are all linked to elephant poaching and the illegal ivory trade operating across borders.
EU Scientists Cutting Permanent Holes Into Live Cows - Mercy For Animals Blog
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Switzerland, Europe, Cows, Animal Cruelty, Research science )

Victoria
- 58 days ago - mfablog.org
Swiss scientists in Switzerland, Europe are making permanent holes, called fistula, in the sides of cows, and inserting a cannula or window, so they can monitor their digestion and methane production. Also see Youtube video called Fistulated Cows.
Save Oregon & California Wild Rivers in US From Nickel Strip Mining - Via Earthworks
Environment  (tags: US, Rivers, Salmon, Habitat, Eco-systems, Mining Industry, Petition to sign )

Victoria
- 57 days ago - org.salsalabs.com
Sign to stop foreign companies who want to strip mine for nickel in the unique wild lands in Southwest Oregon and Northwest California. Sign this global petition to protect pure water rivers, native salmon, steelhead streams and botanical species.
How to Bring Minerals Back Into the Soil and Food Supply - Via Waking Times
Green Lifestyle  (tags: Environment, Agriculture, Farming Industry, Toxic Chemicals, GMOs, Monsanto, Health Risks, Nutrition, Food, Sustainable Agriculture, Article )

Victoria
- 58 days ago - wakingtimes.com
The continual depletion of minerals in food matches the progressive implementation of agricultural practices like mechanization, nitrogen-heavy fertilizers, and pesticide use. Chemical use and GMOs in farming have rapidly Increased disease rates.
First Long Term Scientific Study Results on Pigs and Cattle Who Eat GMO Soy and Corn - Via Nation of Change
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Study, Pigs, Cows, GMOs, Health Risks )

Victoria
- 58 days ago - nationofchange.org
Results of a long-term, peer-reviewed study conducted by a group of scientists led by Dr Judy Carman of the Institute of Health and Environmental Research in Australia has been released - and it proves that GMOs are anything but 'safe.'
Canadian Man Stops Oil Companies By Turning Property Into Artwork - Via Phil Irish (Artist)
Environment  (tags: Environment, Oil Industry, Art, Protection, Good News )

Victoria
- 57 days ago - phil-irish-artist.tumblr.com
Peter Von Tiesenhausen, artist and activist, has developed artworks all over his property in northern Alberta Canada. By copyrighting his property (ie the top 6 inches) as an artwork, he has successfully prevented oil companies from drilling beneath it.
Urge India to Save the Endangered Ganges River Dolphin - Force Change
Animals  (tags: Marine Mammals, Endangered Species, Ganges River Dolphins, India, Killing, Extinction, Petition to sign )

Victoria
- 57 days ago - forcechange.com
Sign this global petition to the Minister of Environment and Forests of India, to save the 1,800 endangered river dolphins that live in the Ganges, from unsustainable fishing methods, destructive development plans and pollution leading to extinction.
 
 
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