(NaturalNews) Europeans have made it abundantly clear time and time again that they want nothing to do with genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). But chemical giant BASF refuses to take no for an answer, and is once again pushing for EU approval of a “Frankenpotato” known as Fortuna that, if approved, would represent the EU’s second new legalized GMO in more than a decade. Read more
The European Parliament’s environment committee yesterday (12 April) backed proposals by the EU executive to give member states a choice of whether to ban cultivation of GM crops on their territory, adding environmental impacts to a list of grounds on which restrictions could be imposed. Read more
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New video says GMO contamination of world is far worse than Gulf of Mexico oil spill
YouTube Video on the cruelty of producing Foie Gras, produced by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals)
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We believe that this upbeat and highly watchable film, featuring a Moby soundtrack has the artistic merit and content to make people re-think their meat consumption and its impact on the planet.
Titled ‘What a difference a day makes’, its purpose is to encourage people to have at least one meat-free day a week and then hopefully move on to a meat-free Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday as well.