Moksha festival is a celebration of wellness, spiritual expansion and conscious living through: Yoga, Health, Ayurveda, Sacred Music and Spiritual Art. Find out more!
Would you be prepared to give up Nutella in order to save the environment? French minister started a food fight this week. Where do you stand on the issue?
The United States has used white phosphorus in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Russia used it in Chechnya. Britain in Falklands. Saddam Hussein dropped it on the Kurds. Israel pounded Lebanon and Gaza with it (in 2009 in high density population areas including a school with 1,600 children and a UN building).
A cocktail of pesticides used in industrial apple production is contaminating the soil and surface water in Europe, with up to 13 different types of chemicals detected in one sample. The Bitter Taste of Europe’s Apple Production and how Ecological Solutions can Bloom, released by Greenpeace, includes testing results of 85 samples
Documents obtained by Pesticide Action Network (PAN) show how plans to block the pesticides were halted after the meeting between US and EU officials.
The Avian flu is causing egg shortages and higher prices. Find out what you can do to be part of the solution.
As an activist and independent content provider, I am embarking on a once in a lifetime training in the food culture field. Join me as I share my findings with you and spread the buzz about bees in Italia.
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Strong goals to save pollinators will not be achieved without immediate changes to current pesticide use and regulation!
What’s really at risk with the hike in CO2? This brief summary of the scientific and social issues behind global climate change gives us a reality check of how much is stake – and how soon.
Chances are you’ve heard horror stories regarding prescribed antibiotics not doing their job or worse yet causing serious side effects.
In 2005 alone, Americans spent a staggering $60 billion on snack foods! Sugar and salt cravings are often blamed for snack attacks, but how can you stop them?
With stricter policies and better ways to fund and stimulate the research needed to discover new candidate antibiotics, our current reality may change. If not the consequences will be dire.