NOTE: I didn’t make this stuff up. I’m just passing it on. A sliced Carrot looks like the human eye. The pupil, iris and radiating lines look just like the human eye... And YES, science now shows…Continue
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Environmental groups, led by Friends of the Earth and TarSandsAction.org, are finding more allies in their opposition to the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline project.
The Canadian oil company TransCanada wants to build that 1700-mile oil pipeline from the Boreal Forest of northern Alberta, Canada to refineries in Texas. The 16-inch pipeline will carry 900,000 barrels a day of tar sands oil, one of the world’s dirtiest energy sources.
Along the way, the…Continue
There are dozens of websites that pull together grocery coupons for downloading. Several sites focus exclusively on organic food coupons. Here are some links for searching online for coupons for your favorite organic and natural foods.
OrganicFoodCoupons.com bills itself as a comprehensive online organic and healthy food coupon resource.
Around the world, at least 1 billion people don’t have access to safe drinking water. The United Nations estimates the number could be as high as 4 billion—more than half the people on the planet.
The consequences are tragic. Each year, polluted drinking water sickens and kills between 1 million and 2 million children due to water-borne diseases that lead to diarrhea—which leaves them severely dehydrated, weak, malnourished, and susceptible to various illnesses and…Continue
FYI - This is the third part in a 3-part series about the ongoing impact of the Gulf oil spill.
For All the Rhetoric, Actions Still Speak Louder than Words. The Center for American Progress released two reports on the one-year anniversary of the BP blowout.
“The Gulf One Year Later: Beyond Rhetoric?” discusses the Congressional response to the economic and environmental catastrophe, which claimed the lives of 11 men and set off an 87-day…Continue