Did you know that there are exceptions as to what is and isn’t allowed in USDA certified organic produce? Check out how the rules recently changed.
Thanks to online petitions, soft drink makers are removing a controversial “flame retardant chemical” known as brominated vegetable oil from soft drinks.
There are numerous foods which work together to deliver a one-two punch to halt cancerous tumor development. Green tea and tomatoes are two of those foods.
In a promising, rare move, the federal government has awarded a $750,000 grant to scientists at Washington State University to study organic pest controls.
Millions of people will be encouraged to dump Monsanto stock this coming Friday, May 9th, to show just how anti-Monsanto they really are.
As a further assault on human rights and sovereignty, Michigan has ruled that local governments can now ban any animal they desire from small family farms.
A new study found that the chemical constituents of coffee can help prevent the deterioration of eyesight and possible blindness due to retinal damage.
Here we recap some advances of 2013 in the world of clean energy—advances that work toward a “zero-carbon future”. Those advances include:
Californians have been urged to reduce their water consumption by at least 20 percent, but a new company plants to take care of the drought issue in CA.