FoodBabe.com asks fans to sign the petition to get Kellogg’s and General Mills to remove the controversial chemical from the cereals they sell in North America.
This is the first time that BP has faced a UK court over its actions overseas.
Gov. Cuomo said that he would defer to experts and that he expects lawsuits to be filed challenging the ban on fracking in New York. He said, “I will be bound by what these experts say because I am not in a position to second guess them with my expertise. I am not a scientist.”
New, proposed ozone standards by the Environmental Protection Agency would be a major victory for public health groups but it could also throw hundreds of counties out of compliance. The Obama administration is expected to propose tougher limits on smog. According to the L.A. Times, “The current limit for ground-level ozone, the lung-damaging gas in … [Read more…]
“Wind power is often used as a convenient whipping boy by political opponents and vested interests. All the while, it’s been quietly powering millions of homes across the UK . . .
According to RealFarmacy, the “University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign researchers have developed a cradle and app that uses a phone’s built-in camera and processing power as a biosensor to detect toxins, proteins, bacteria, viruses and other molecules.”
Justin Francis, Managing Director at responsibletravel.com, said that as public awareness of whale and dolphin captivity issues continues to increase, it is important for travel companies and the representative body ABTA (Association of British Travel Agents) to stop supporting “orca circuses” as it is an irresponsible form of tourism.
It appears that PETA is okay petri-dish grown chickens for food, but not okay with the way chickens are raised, processed, and slaughtered by McDonald’s and other food chains currently.
The wind farm project in Illinois will be bigger than any of the wind farms IKEA has previously built.
The city is offering freebies, eco-friendly initiatives, and fun events in anticipation of creating a healthier planet. The events kick off on March 30 and run through Earth Day 2014. Earth Day is celebrated on April 22.