As you read this, I should be about 1/2 way home, somewhere in the middle of the country. So if you see a gray Subaru with NM plates, be sure to say hi!
Nathan Winters rode his bike across America this summer to raise money for The Nature Conservancy and raise awareness for climate change and sustainable agriculture. His journey took him 4,300 miles from Maine to Washington. He graciously allowed us to interrupt his writing (a book about his adventures) and answer a few questions.
More on the global warming “hoax” that I talked about last week – Don’t underestimate the downright diabolical patience and planning us treehuggers are capable of”¦
Confidential contracts detailing Monsanto Co.’s business practices reveal how the world’s biggest seed developer is squeezing competitors, controlling smaller seed companies and protecting its dominance over the multibillion-dollar market for genetically altered crops.
As a consequence of industrial revolution dated long back and still going on, human life has been constantly dependent on several artificial products. Nature almost took a back seat. However, one cannot ignore nature and all the organic products coming from it in the face of problems created by artificial products.
According to a new report from the Wildlife Conservation Society, emission of green house gases into the atmosphere as a result of cutting and burning down trees could produce climate-related changes that wipe out approximately one-quarter of land-based animals and plants by the year 2050.
Baby step do-over: stop micro-waving food in plastic containers. So here’s the deal. Ages ago when we first got into the whole EnviroMom thing, one of the first cautions we learned was to stop micro-waving food in plastic.
There’s a dirty little secret about the Big Oil-funded campaign against clean energy & climate legislation: It’s been a huge failure. Don’t believe me? Just look at the poll numbers.
Have a great weekend everyone!
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