ArborGen, has applied to commercially sell hundreds of millions of freeze tolerant genetically engineered eucalyptus trees annually for vast plantations across Texas, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and South Carolina.
Environmental health addresses assessment and control of external physical, chemical, and biological factors as part of the natural and built environment that can potentially affect health. It is a public health service with an orientation toward environmental protection, geared towards preventing and curing disease and creating health-supportive environments, lifestyles, and communities.
Turkey Day: The Seldom Answered Question of Self-Determination
For 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.
Food Labeling Monsanto’s War on Life
You 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.
California’s Proposition 37: Labeling Monsanto’s War on Life
Vandana Shiva: Industrial Agriculture Destroys Life
Dietary Fasting: Detoxification, Spirit Healing and Rejuvenation
We 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.
Fukushima Radiation Hitting the Streets of LA and Beyond – Dr. Mark Sircus
Right 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.