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Glyphosate Found in Human Hair as Unique Testing Project Releases First Results
Green Lifestyle  (tags: chemicals, ecosystems, environment, food, glyphosate, health, humans, interesting, protection, world )

Kathy
- 3 days ago - sustainablepulse.com
Hair: A New Era for Pesticide Testing - It is only recently that new developments in laboratory technology and science have enabled pesticides to be tested accurately in hair. Hair testing is now set to replace urine and blood as the preferred matrix...
Roundup Exposure Speeds Up Antibiotic Resistance - Study
Green Lifestyle  (tags: antibiotic resistance, conservation, ecosystems, environment, health, humans, protection, pesticides, roundup, Sustainabililty, world )

Kathy
- 6 days ago - nzherald.co.nz
Bacteria can develop antibiotic resistance up to 100,000 times faster when exposed to Roundup and another widely-used herbicide, a study co-authored by a New Zealand scientist has found.
Bird of the Week: Audubon's Oriole
Green Lifestyle  (tags: animals, birds, conservation, eco-friendly, environment, greenliving, interesting, protection, Sustainabililty, world )

Kathy
- 8 days ago - abcbirds.org
Formerly known as the Black-headed Oriole, the flashy but furtive Audubon's Oriole is one of North America's two yellow-and-black orioles. (The other is Scott'' Oriole, also found in the U.S. Southwest and Mexico.) Audubon's Oriole, like the Green Jay...
The Creator of GMO Potatoes Reveals The Dangerous Truth - Exclusive Interview
Green Lifestyle  (tags: environment, genetic engineerng, GMOs, health, interesting, protection, world )

Kathy
- 10 days ago - sustainablepulse.com
The Ex-Director of J.R. Simplot and team leader at Monsanto, Caius Rommens, has revealed the hidden dangers of the GMO potatoes he created, in a wide ranging interview...
Bird of the Week: Townsend's Shearwater
Green Lifestyle  (tags: animals, birds, conservation, eco-friendly, greenliving, interesting, protection, Sustainabililty )

Kathy
- 14 days ago - abcbirds.org
This eye-catching black-and-white seabird is closely related to Newell's Shearwater of Hawaii, from which it was split in 2015. These lookalike species 'shear' or closely skim the ocean surface as they fly, a flight style shared by the Pink-footed...
Tell Congress: Stop Monsanto's Toxic Tricks!
Green Lifestyle  (tags: chemicals, ecosystems, environment, garden, herbicides, health, pesticides, protection, Sustainabililty )

Kathy
- 16 days ago - us.e-activist.com
Monsanto wants Congress to strip your community of the right to ban toxic pesticides.
Bird of the Week: Green Jay
Green Lifestyle  (tags: animals, birds, conservation, eco-friendly, greenliving, interesting, protection, Sustainabililty, world )

Kathy
- 22 days ago - abcbirds.org
The brilliantly colored Green Jay brings a bright splash of blue, green, and yellow to the dry scrub of South Texas - the only place in the United States where it can be found. This lovely jay rivals the Painted Bunting or Scarlet Tanager in any bird...
Urgent: Stop UK Government From Blocking Global Declaration on Small Farmers' Rights
Green Lifestyle  (tags: conservation, eco-friendly, food, green, health, humans, protection, sustainable, world )

Kathy
- 22 days ago - act.globaljustice.org.uk
Small-scale farmers and peasants feed the majority of the world's population, yet they are experiencing escalating levels of violence and oppression. Their existence, livelihoods, and communities are threatened by the expansion of global agribusiness...
Bird of the Week: Channel-Billed Toucan
Green Lifestyle  (tags: animals, birds, conservation, eco-friendly, greenliving, interesting, protection, Sustainabililty )

Kathy
- 29 days ago - abcbirds.org
Many indigenous peoples once revered toucans as conduits between the living and the spirit worlds, and the colorful Channel-billed Toucan, like the Blue-throated Macaw, was often trapped for its feathers and body parts, which were used in traditional medi
Why Are Beneficial Bugs Disappearing?
Green Lifestyle  (tags: beneficial insects, conservation, eco-friendly, environment, food, greenliving, health, humans, protection, Sustainabililty, world )

Kathy
- 28 days ago - kqed.org
A staple of summer-swarms of bugs-seems to be a thing of the past. And that's got scientists worried. Pesky mosquitoes, disease-carrying ticks, crop-munching aphids and cockroaches are doing just fine. But the more beneficial flying insects of summer...
 
 
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