Guru Nanak Dev coal plant
By Rady Ananda
Home to two coal power plants, a fertilizer plant, and a large oil refinery, the city of Bathinda in Punjab, India is making people sick. Forty percent of the population (nearly 90,000 people) suffers from respiratory ailments. The area also suffers from a host of other diseases including cancer, at a rate triple that of other areas, which has been linked to agrochemicals.
Posted in Biotechnology, Environment, Genetically Engineered Food, Scientific Studies, Water Rights
Tagged agrochemicals, Allergies, Asthma, bathinda, birth defects, bt cotton, Cancer, coal industry, DNA damage, farmer suicide, fly ash, genetic engineering, gmo, health hazards, huber, India, punjab, spontaneous abortion, Surinder Singh, uranium, vandana shiva, water pollution
By William Clover
To begin to appreciate the scope of Monsanto’s attack on the American people, one can look in three places, beginning with the USDA’s ruling on genetically modified Kentucky Bluegrass, and the agricultural – that is to say, food – element involved.
Kentucky bluegrass is one of four primary grasses foraged by or fed to grass-fed animals, along with alfalfa (the GM version of which has also been approved).
It is a inadequate to speak only of GM “lawns” (though the impact of its use for lawns is huge) when the entire organic meat and dairy industry is also threatened by GM bluegrass.
Posted in Big Pharma, Biotechnology, CorpoGov, Courts - Justice System, Environment, EPA, FDA, Food Criminalization, Genetically Engineered Food, Health Foods, pollution, Scientific Studies, Silviculture, USDA
Tagged Australia, EU, ge trees, ge wildlife refuge, genetic contamination, gm alfalfa, gm bluegrass, gm grass, herbal remedies, huber, monsanto, obama monsanto, organic forage