Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on February 28, 2005
The ACLU & Human Rights First will file suit against a high-ranking US govt. official over US torture policy.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on February 27, 2005
Japan confirmed its 15th case of mad cow disease Saturday in an 8½-year-old cow, underscoring concerns about older cattle being particularly at risk of the fatal brain-wasting illness which has kept Tokyo from lifting its ban on U.S. beef imports.
His album Play sold tens of millions and became the soundtrack to our lives, but the man who created it is notoriously hard to pin down.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on February 25, 2005
When the danger of drugs it had approved become too overwhelming to ignore, the FDA convened a panel to decide if the drugs should be banned. Guess who was on the panel?
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on February 23, 2005
It's much too late to sweat global warming. Time to prepare for inevitable effects of our ill-fated future.
The Governor of Colorado has called for his "termination." Fox's Bill O'Reilly has attacked him consistently for weeks. He says he won't apologize and he won't back down.
Brits are biting back on the USDA lies about a vegan diet. American media remains conspicuously silent and the issue.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on February 22, 2005
The 2006 Bush spending plan calls for draconian cuts (the biggest cuts in domestic expenditures since the Reagan years) that hurt the poor, subjecting many food stamp recipients, farmers, veterans, and small-business owners to Bush’s knife. And yet, it still worsens federal deficits by $42 billion over the next five years.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on February 21, 2005
Lindsay Allen, of the USDA's Agricultural Research Service recently told blatant lies about vegan diets on behalf of the meat, dairy and agro-chemical industry. The truth is that a vegan diet is by far the healthiest and has the least negative impact on the planet and could save millions of lives each year.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on February 20, 2005
The fishing industry is decimating fish populations around the world. Now is a good time to stop eating fish if you haven't already.
The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg declared that the notorious and long running McLibel case was in breach of the right to a fair trial and right to freedom of expression.
The U.S. Forest Service lost 44 court cases during the past two years in which the agency was found guilty of violating environmental laws by a federal court.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on February 16, 2005
After years of delays, the 141-nation Kyoto protocol took effect on Wednesday morning with celebrations occurring in the ancient Japanese city of Kyoto. America, the leading contributer to global warming didn't sign the Kyoto protocol.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on February 14, 2005
Madagascar is fast losing its forest wilderness. But villagers are angered by moves to prevent them cutting down trees in recently created nature reserves.
Everyday foods are laced with chemical flame retardants.
After seven politically painful years, the Kyoto Protocol finally enters into force on Wednesday, reining in industrial emissions of carbon dioxide and ther "greenhouse gases" in a first attempt to control climate change.
CALLING ON ALL PEOPLE who want to preserve their right to edible food.
Organic ketchup has been found to have substantially higher levels of Lycopene, a substance which helps protect
against breast, pancreatic, prostate and intestinal cancer.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on February 12, 2005
McDonald’s announced in 2002 that it was voluntarily changing to a cooking oil with less trans-fat and that the change would be completed by February 2003. True to the company's history of lying, it lied about the oil and didn't switch to non-hydrogenated oil.
The international coffee cartel has taken it's toll on growers in India.
Chapela says he has been pressured and threatened by many, including officials of the Mexican government under President Vicente Fox...
After a failed attempt to bribe Canadian officias with $1.5 million, Monsanto has apparently been successful. Canada is now trying to overturn the ban on terminator technology.
Agro-chems are trying to sneak in legislation that would prevent citizens from legally banning or regulating GMOs. This assault on democracy shows how desperate the companies are in their attempt to gain control of the food supply.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on February 7, 2005
Floods, storms and droughts. Melting Arctic ice, shrinking glaciers, oceans turning to acid. The world's top scientists warned last week that dangerous climate change is taking place today, not the day after tomorrow. You don't believe it? Then, says Geoffrey Lean, read this...
BY NOW, most people who use computers have heard of the “open source” movement, even if they are not sure what it is.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on February 6, 2005
“I think of art, at its most significant, as a DEW line, a Distant Early Warning system that can always be relied on to tell the old culture what is beginning to happen to it,”
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on February 5, 2005
A sermon on Fascism by a Unitarian minister in Austin, Texas
Can an organic Twinkie be certified?
A massive Antarctic ice sheet previously assumed to be stable may be starting to disintegrate which would raise sea levels around the earth by 16 feet. Consumers are encouraged to increase their consumption now before there is more to consume.
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