"The labeling provision was eliminated from the bill due to fears that it opened the state up to a lawsuit. The attorneys for the leadership & Governor's office felt the Constitutional rights of Monsanto gave them the power to successfully sue the state."
As mom and I swam in the saline pool, enjoyed a meal of local, sweet scallops, and blissed out with deep tissue massages, the inn's sustainable touches made everything taste and feel a little more like home.
Last month, a mountain lion was struck and killed by a car in Connecticut -- and new details have emerged suggesting the animal had an incredible, record-breaking journey before it met that sad end. Following the accident,
One to keep in you pocket whenever you're faced with someone trying to tell you than putting a price on carbon and promoting energy efficiency will hurt more than they help: Huffington Post reports on the benefits of the Regional Greenhouse Gas
Can government be like a smartphone? An open platform, waiting for citizens to plug in their "apps" to its operating system? The rise of the millennial generation, along with the spread of the open source software movement, has opened up a whole new
While some teenagers spend their time mulling over which sports team to root for or pop-star to obsess over, others are up to more important things -- like working to save endangered species. Sure, it's a long way from the
Images courtesy of the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
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The probability of a lobster being born with a blue shell is about 1 in a million. For a calico or pumpkin-orange colored lobster, the odds are in the excess of 1 in 30
Some regular TreeHugger readers (and commenters, you know who you are...) are no doubt exclaiming that they being saying the same thing for years, that hemp makes great biofuel--if only the Feds would get out of the way. Well, researchers
A quick one to keep an eye on and get your best booing voice reader for: New York Times is highlighting a bill passing through Connecticut's legislature that would slash in half the state's current renewable energy goal of