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Blog/News (September 3, 2014) Originally published by Global GMO Free Coalition Posted on Tue 2 Sep, 2014Source article  Germany’s top supermarkets, the powerhouses of Europe when it comes to retail, have delivered a blow to the biotech industry by forcing the German poultry…

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Blog/News (September 3, 2014) Stand with us on our National Day of Action for the "What the Starbucks?!" campaign - and ask Starbucks for #OrganicMilkNext! When? Sunday, October 5 Where? Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram How? We're stirring up a social media storm! Our social…

Blog/News (September 2, 2014) Cows have a profound impact on our planet. In fact, if you want to reduce the environmental impact of your diet, the single-most important thing you can do is eat less beef—or none at all. According to a 2013 report from the United Nations Food…

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Blog/News (August 30, 2014) Originally published by RT August 30, 2014Source article   Ukraine’s bid for closer ties with the west could come at a cost. With the IMF set to loan the country $17 billion, the deal could also see GMO crops grown in some of the most fertile…

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Blog/News (August 28, 2014) Originally published by Center for Biological Diversity, Center for Food Safety, Xerces Society August 26, 2014Source article   Genetically Engineered Crops Are Major Driver in Population Crash WASHINGTON— The Center for Biological Diversity and…

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Blog/News (August 28, 2014) Originally published by All Africa By Agatha Ngotho 26 August 2014Source article   Improved soil health, embracing best farm practices and better access to fertilisers has helped million of farmers double and triple crop yields according to a new…

Blog/News (August 28, 2014) Over the past year, the Justice Department has reached multiple settlements with the country’s largest financial institutions regarding their involvement in the 2008 financial crisis. JP Morgan Chase forked over $13 billion this past November, …

Blog/News (August 27, 2014) As students start getting ready to go back to school, some of them are also getting ready to embark upon a new year of greening their campuses. Green America editorial fellow Sari Amiel discovered five inspiring examples of how students are making…

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Blog/News (August 26, 2014) Originally published by Friends of the Earth Aug. 26, 2014 by Kate ColwellSource article Ice cream companies reject “extreme” genetically engineered vanilla WASHINGTON, D.C.—Leading ice cream company Häagen-Dazs has confirmed that it will not use…

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Blog/News (August 26, 2014) Originally published by Associated Press on Huffington PostBy JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER, AP 08/25/2014 Source article Paul Bradbury via Getty Images   HONOLULU (AP) — A Kauai County law requiring companies to disclose their use of pesticides and…

Blog/News (August 25, 2014) As students start getting ready to go back to school, some of them are also getting ready to embark upon a new year of greening their campuses. Green America editorial fellow Sari Amiel discovered five inspiring examples of how students are making…

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Blog/News (August 25, 2014) Originally published by Ecologist Lawrence Woodward 24th August 2014Source article Sharply increased levels of crop spraying in Argentina's most intensively farmed areas have resulted in a public health disaster, writes Lawrence Woodward, with…

Blog/News (August 20, 2014) As students start getting ready to go back to school, some of them are also getting ready to embark upon a new year of greening their campuses. Green America editorial fellow Sari Amiel discovered five inspiring examples of how students are making…

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Blog/News (August 20, 2014) Originally published by 9 NewsAllison SylteAugust 20, 2014Source article   KUSA – A ballot measure aimed at labelling genetically modified food has gotten enough signatures to appear on the November ballot, Colorado Secretary of State Scott…

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Blog/News (August 19, 2014) Green America and GMO Inside are pleased to announce our new Farmer-Grower Initiative. Through this new initiative, we are expanding collaboration with farmers, growers, and garden educators across the US to highlight and celebrate the work of our…

Blog/News (August 18, 2014) As students start getting ready to go back to school, some of them are also getting ready to embark upon a new year of greening their campuses. Green America editorial fellow Sari Amiel discovered five inspiring examples of how students are making…

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Blog/News (August 15, 2014) Hello, GMO Insiders!  It's August, the last month before the summer says goodbye. We're not ready to part ways just yet. No better way to send off these hot months than indulging in some delicious treats! 1. Mate Cranberry Raspberry Cooler - …

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Blog/News (August 14, 2014) Originally published by Environmental Working Group Thursday, August 14, 2014 By Mary Ellen Kustin, Senior Policy Analyst and Soren Rundquist, Landscape and Remote Sensing AnalystSource article   EWG has determined that 487 elementary schools…

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Blog/News (August 14, 2014) Big news! Apple announced a ban on the use of two dangerous chemicals in its final assembly factories in China, thanks to the actions thousands of Green Americans and Apple customers have taken. But there's still work to be done.   If you’ve ever…

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Blog/News (August 14, 2014) We mourn the loss of two inspiring leaders, Priya Haji, Founder of World of Good and Co-Founder of Save Up, and Randy Wirth, Co-Founder of Caffe Ibis. They held a lifelong commitment to transforming business through values of environmental…