Month: November 2018
Lab-Grown Meat Products Quietly Approved By FDA and USDA
Meat could soon be raised in Petri dishes instead of on farms. In a meeting missed by the media earlier this month, the FDA and USDA discussed what to call it.
Teeth Aren’t Supposed to be White: Study Finds Whitening Permanently Weakens Them
Study finds whitening permanently softens and demineralizes your teeth. Here’s why “off-white” teeth healthier and stronger:
Billionaire Buys 15% of the Planet to Protect It
Wyoming billionaire pledges to purchase around 15% of the planet, doubling the amount of protected lands and waters on Earth
Study: Colloidal Silver Makes Antibiotics a Thousand Times More Effective
Study suggests silver could save us from antibiotic-resistant super bugs
UK Bans Ad About Palm Oil Destroying Orangutan Habitat, Ad-maker Responds by Setting Loose Robotic Orangutan in London
A robotic orangutan is roaming the streets of London “looking for a new home,” because his habitat has been destroyed by palm oil plantations
A Million Americans Now Live in RVs
Over a million Americans have given up on the house and white picket fence, in search of a freer life on the road. Is #RVLife the new “American Dream”?
25 Sneaky Names for Palm Oil and Why to Avoid It
Palm oil is destroying rainforests and threatening extinction of orangutans, tigers, rhinos and elephants
Recreational Marijuana Becomes Legal in Michigan Tomorrow
Michigan becomes the first Midwestern state to legalize recreational weed tomorrow!
Brazil’s New President Openly Threatens Genocide of Indigenous Amazonians
Along with his pledge to sell off their rainforest home to agribusiness and mining, Bolsonaro has said openly “minorities will have to adapt … or simply disappear”
Trump Picks Former Monsanto Executive to Head U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
A woman who helped reverse a rule against bee-killing neonicotinoid pesticides and GMO crops on national wildlife refuges has been chosen to oversee the protection (or some say destruction) of national wildlife refuges