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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
- 21 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.
Secret Underground Nazi Weapons Factory Discovered
Science & Tech  (tags: archaeology, history, interesting, discovery )

Marty
- 23 days ago - nypost.com
Suspiciously high radiation levels around the Austrian town of St. Georgen an der Gusen had long fueled theories that there was a buried bunker nearby where Nazis had tested nuclear weapons during WWII...
Open Thread - 1/3/2015
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Open Thread )

TomCat
- 23 days ago - politicsplus.org
Personal news, a Jig Zone puzzle, 3 short takes, and a homemade cartoon (shown).
Scientists Trace Ebola Outbreak to a Tree Where Children Play
Health & Wellness  (tags: ebola, outbreak, children, bats, West Africa, death, disease, environment, health, humans, illness, investigation, protection, research, science, society, study )

Lone
- 25 days ago - thestar.com
Researchers think they have pinpointed how Ebola epidemic in West Africa started -- with boy playing in hollowed-out tree where infected bats lived.
What the U.S. Can Learn From Cuba's Food Revolution
Health & Wellness  (tags: Cuban organic farming, nutrition, health, diet, Narsai David, sans chemicals, Fernando Funes )

Nancy
- 24 days ago - truthdig.com
Narsai David was sent to Cuba by the Green Cities Fund, an Oakland nonprofit helping to establish a culinary academy in Havana.David was visiting Havana as part of a cultural exchange to learn about Cuba's world-class experiment in organic farming.
Guess Which Loan-Sharking Enterprise Helped the 1% Loot Europe After the Global Economic Crisis
Business  (tags: corporate, business, economy, dishonesty, finance, foreclosures, ethics, farming, politics, society, marketing, money, usa, investments, Entrepreneurs, debt, corruption, labor, lies, humans )

Wild
- 24 days ago - alternet.org
It's been one big looting party in Old Europe.The International Monetary Fund is probably the world's greatest loan sharking enterprise. People in the developing world have known this for decades. As Naomi Klein noted in a 2002 article for the Globe
State Departments of Agriculture Are Attempting to Regulate Seed Banks Out of Existence
Green Lifestyle  (tags: conservation, eco-friendly, ecosystems, environment, food, garden, green, healthy, humans, protection, seed saving, Sustainabililty )

Kathy
- 24 days ago - activistpost.com
Last year, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture officials sent 'a friendly letter' to a seed bank/seed exchange group in Mechanicsburg, telling them they need to test every variety of seed with extremely impractical and pointless tests to ensure that...
'Palestinian Rights Activism' Panel Turns Perpetrators Into Victims
World  (tags: Rashid Khlalidi, "Palestinian Rights Activism", hypocrisy, murders-to-martyrs )

Beth
- 27 days ago - jihadwatch.org
As these panelists demonstrated, vitriol, ideological blindness, gross distortion, and failure to use reason and logic often motivate Israel's enemies. Astounding, habitual hypocrisy is just part of what enables them to turn murderers into victims..
THE WORLD OF THE GRAVETTIAN CULTURE
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 28 days ago - iabrno.cz
The Gravettian of Italy is renowned above all for its figurines and burials. Buried people often have archaeologically preserved appliqués, their caps being decorated above all. Exceptionally there were also found some minor body decorations and...
CANADA: First Nation Fights to Stop Flooding of Its Lands for B.C. Hydro's Site C Dam Project
Environment  (tags: environment, destruction, ecosystems, indigenous rights, Canada, world, healthconditions, pollution, protection )

Cal
- 28 days ago - indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com
A First Nation whose treaty lands will be flooded when the $8.8-billion Site C dam is completed in a decade is vowing to step up its ongoing legal battle against the project after it was approved by the province last week.
 
 
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