An Array of Utopian Flowers
- The Winnemem Wintu: Bringing the Salmon Home
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- Why Fish Farming is Not Sustainable Nor Healthy
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- Wet’suwet’en Chiefs Battle Coastal GasLink ‘Invasion’ in B.C.
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- Passive-Solar Greenhouse-Wrapped Nature House in Sweden
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- Palm Oil and Orangutans – The Oily Truth & What We Can Do
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- The Winnemem Wintu: Bringing the Salmon Home
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Environmental Health Archive
- Posted on November 22, 2012 | No CommentsFor that first Thanksgiving in 1621, Governor William Bradford sent “four men fowling” to provide for the feast for which a few dozen pilgrims and some hundred Native Americans would gather. For some reason, consumption of wild turkeys became customary on the day of thanks for North America.
- Posted on September 23, 2012 | 1 CommentYou are what you eat...but what if you don't know what you are eating? This November, Californians will vote on "the right to know" what is being eaten. As well, "The World According to Monsanto" looks at the risks of biotechnology to our environment and food supply.
- Posted on September 23, 2012 | 1 CommentAt a time when industry has set its eyes on the superprofits to be harvested from seed monopolies through patented seeds and seeds engineered with toxic genes and genes for making crops resistant to herbicides, people are seeking food freedom through organic, nonindustrial food.
- Posted on June 19, 2012 | 7 CommentsWe are cut off from the healing calm of nature, we drive in gridlock inhaling carbon monoxide, and spend our leisure enclosed in a cold dark movie theater or dine at all-you-can-eat fried-food-extravaganzas. Hence, people often undertake a number of calorie-limiting diets and fasting regimes, which also may include connecting with the forests and oceans or communing with animals out in the wilds.
- Posted on June 7, 2012 | No CommentsRight after Chernobyl blew its top, Edward Teller said on the ABC Evening News in late April 1986, “The chances of a real calamity at a nuclear power station are infinitesimally small. But should it happen, the consequences are impossible to imagine.” Now after Japan's Fukushima disaster, radiation continues to spread across the Pacific to North America with unimaginable consequences.
- Posted on February 27, 2012 | No CommentsThe Health Freedom Expo is a dynamic three-day event featuring the most prominent keynote speakers, 90+ informative lectures and interactive workshops and 200+ exhibitors showcasing the finest in healthcare products and introducing cutting-edge discoveries in natural health.
- Posted on March 23, 2011 | 3 CommentsSome believe low, cumulative doses of radiation from dietary exposures are one-hundred to one-thousand times more dangerous than brief, high exposures as in the case of atomic bomb blasts or x-rays. It is known, in fact, that exposure to nuclear fission products impair the body’s defenses against cancer by depleting it of protective enzymes such as superoxide dismutase.
- Posted on March 8, 2011 | 12 CommentsThe world's dirtiest oil is produced by strip mining the Athabascan Tar Sands of Alberta, Canada, destroying an area of Northern Boreal forest and wetlands the size of Florida, with toxic settling ponds that pollute rivers fished by First Nations people, requiring pipelines to the Gulf Coast and hauling routes through the Northern Rocky Mountains.
- Posted on February 5, 2011 | No CommentsIn the wake of a 12-year battle to keep Monsanto's Genetically Engineered (GE) crops from contaminating the nation's 25,000 organic farms and ranches, USA's organic consumers and producers are losing the battle to Monsanto's dominance over Obama's corporate-friendly USDA.
- Posted on February 4, 2011 | 1 CommentAs the President's Cancer Panel report says, about 41 percent of Americans will be diagnosed with cancer at some time in their lives, and some 21 percent will die of it. In the last few years "[a] growing body of research documents a myriad established and suspected environmental factors linked to genetic, immune, and endocrine [hormonal] dysfunction that can lead to cancer and other diseases."
- Posted on October 26, 2010 | 2 CommentsOne method to rescue this unsustainable, fossil-fuel-addicted, disease-inducing polluted mega-metropolis from its sterile streetscape of cars, exhaust, and non-descript sidewalk-life, is to provide alternative transportation that cuts out the need for parking and forces people to walk.
- Posted on October 5, 2010 | 2 CommentsShopping in grocery stores without understanding origins and processes involved in food production can be hazardous to your health. Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) were originally allowed into our foods without labeling despite US Food and Drug Administration scientists warning that they could create unpredictable, hard-to-detect side effects, including allergens, toxins, new diseases, and nutritional problems.
- Posted on September 8, 2010 | 1 CommentCalifornia's Proposition 23 pits two Texas oil companies, Valero and Tesoro, billionaire-brothers Koch Industries, and a host of fossil fuel industry supporters, aiming to "suspend the implementation" of the state's landmark global warming legislation, AB 32. It failed.
- Posted on August 24, 2010 | No CommentsKeep in mind the ongoing scientific research regarding the undersea plume of oil and dissolved methane gas in the Gulf of Mexico from 3,200 to 4,300 feet below the surface. Studies estimated it more than a mile wide, 650 feet thick and at least 35 kilometers (22 miles) long, but probably longer, as the researchers had to break off because of Hurricane Alex.