A collection of green news for you to check out over the next 2 days…
Despite the emergence of the smart phone, Facebook and Google, the economy is still being driven by belching smokestacks and is still being shaped by those who inherited the economic momentum of 19th century England – the coal, oil and gas industries. But after 250 years, their time is coming to an end – and faster than you, or they, think. This is highly recommended reading, as this is what’s coming. Will we be ready to make the transition or will it be too late?
In-N-Out Burger, McDonald’s, Costco and now the federal government can’t seem to distance themselves fast enough from Central Valley Meat in California, after animal rights group Compassion Over Killing released footage of cows being abused at the slaughterhouse earlier this week. Do. Not. Eat. Cheap. Meat. I cannot emphasize this enough. You are eating broken-down, diseased animals.
Technology is evolving at an amazing rate these days. Things we would have thought impossible, or at least extremely “futuristic”, 20 to 30 years ago are now becoming reality. Even more so, green technologies are coming to the forefront and changing the way we think and operate. Let’s take a look at some biofriendly technologies that are set to change the future.
And finally, from everyone’s favorite GMO biotech company (and huge donor to and Leadership Council member at The Nature Conservancy)…
The battle in California over Proposition 37, which would require labeling of foods containing GMOs, is really heating up. Millions of dollars are already being poured into the opposition campaign, with much of it going to former Big Tobacco shills.
Are we having fun yet?