Sunday, September 27, 2020
Environment GMO Health Politics

PHOTO ARTICLE| Argentina: The country that Monsanto poisoned

American biotechnology has turned Argentina into the world’s third-largest soybean producer, but the chemicals powering the boom aren’t confined to soy and cotton and corn fields. They routinely contaminate homes and classrooms and drinking water. A growing chorus of doctors and scientists is warning that their uncontrolled use could be responsible for the increasing number […]

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ARTICLE | How a garden pool can create a sustainable food production for a family

Five years ago, a busted old swimming pool sat out of commission on the property of a foreclosed home in Mesa, Arizona, and from that damaged amenity, the Garden Pool movement was cultivated. In 2009, Dennis and Danielle McClung bought that foreclosed home and empty swimming pool in need of expensive repairs. Instead of fixing […]

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Art Environment Inspirational and Motivational

ART | Discarded hubcaps transformed into amazing animal sculptures

[dropcap]F[/dropcap]or over twelve years now, Brighton, UK-based artist Ptolemy Elrington has been morphing discarded hubcaps into amazing animal sculptures. While most of us see hubcaps as just replaceable car accessories, Elrington sees them as art, taking these scraps of metal and forming them into everything from a fish and birds, to a shark and dragons. […]

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Discovery Documentaries Environment Inspirational and Motivational Photography

A park that turns into a lake in summer. Really astounding images.

At first glance, these photographs seem to show a scuba diver exploring the depths of an underwater world. But if you look more carefully you will see a tree, a bridge and even a park bench. In fact these incredible images show a diver traversing an Austrian lake (Tragoess) that floods every year, covering everything in […]

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PHOTO REPORT | Amazon indian warriors beat and strip illegal loggers in battle for jungle’s future

A group of warriors from Brazil’s indigenous Ka’apor tribe tracked down illegal loggers in the Amazon, tied them up, stripped them and beat them with sticks. I used to worry that all the trees in the jungle would be cut down to make paper for their reports on how to save the rainforest! ~ Nick […]

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VIDEO & ARTICLE | One tenth of cooking oil in china comes from sewage (Gutter oil scooped up from drains)

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]ince last year, Chinese authorities have tried to combat the production and use of recycled waste oil. But this illegal practice remains a common complaint, and there are reports these products are ending up on supermarket shelves. Gutter oil continues to make its way to consumers in China, according to local media. The Beijing Times […]

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