Wildlifer has some scary news:
Researchers say some types of genetically modified corn have led to signs of organ damage in rats. Mmmm . . . give me some more of those muffins with the built-in-pesticide seasoning!
Ireland has taken the bold step of banning the cultivation of all GM crops. Photo by ellievanhoutte via Flickr.
Prince Charles has called it the "biggest environmental disaster of all time," while Monsanto and others maintain it's safe for humans and
What's all the to do about the concept of a genetically modified seed that would carry a drought-resistant gene? Do we even need one? I say no for three reasons. First, how can the poor, who truly need to be able to grow
Kirei (pronounced "key'-ray") is a company which produces modern, innovative, eco-friendly materials. The word represents the Japanese character meaning "beautiful" or "clean." Although this material has been covered on TreeHugger before,
Should we be eating more beef in order to slow global warming? It sounds counterintuitive, but it may be so: Cattle could be part of the whole ecological equation to solving climate change and restoring healthy,
We do go on about high-fructose corn syrup, the sweetener in your Pepsi. I suspect that I will never look at the new Pepsi logo the same way again after seeing San Francisco designer Lawrence Yang's minor modification of it. More at his website, Blow
No genetically modified crops are grown commercially in Japan, perhaps one of the countries in the world with the strongest consumer opposition to "unnatural" GM foods. Yet, Monsanto and the US government continue their shameless push for the stuff.
Actually that's their name, Art of Tea, and they create hand-crafted, organic, fair trade teas. I sampled the "Tropical Pineapple" blend tea and was surprised from the first taste with all of the flavor. You could actually
Yep, thats right. 8 Billion. Each. Year. According to Green Progress, over 8-10 billion plastic and wire hangers are sold each year, with only 15% ever being recycled. While clothes hangers, both metal and plastic are pretty
O'burger, the first organic fast food joint in Los Angeles, where the burgers and everything else are all organic. What does that mean exactly? Well, "the buns, the sauce, the vegetables, meat, ketchup, mustard, fries and salad dressing" - it's all