Every year, Greenpeace compiles a sustainable seafood list. Now in its ninth year, the Carting Away the Oceans report ranks the top seafood retailers.
The tuna industry is devastating oceans. Tuna populations need our help!
Choosing seafood wisely goes beyond shopping at the fish counter. If you do the seafood thing, those cans of tuna have a big impact on our world’s oceans.
Greenpeace activists in Australia destroyed a GM wheat trial in Australia.
This is Greenpeace — they research potential environmental issues, they pick the few most important (i.e. global climate change, long-term nuclear risk, GMOs), they educate and politic for a better future, and — if needed — they chain themselves to things.
Check out their most recent news on anti-GMO activism in Sweden:
While some big chains like Costco have adopted a sustainable seafood policy, many companies continue to offer endangered fish. It’s time for Walmart and SUPERVALU, who owns Albertsons and Shaws, to step up and change their policies.
The EU has kept genetically modified (GM) crops out of its country’s much more so than other nations. But recent industry pressure and soft politicians have started changing course. The [ … ]
Are genetically modified foods costing farmers billions of dollars every year? Greenpeace finds that genetically modified soy is. Genetically modified (GM) foods are infamous due to numerous health, safety and [ … ]
[social_buttons] Over the last few days there has been a flurry of blogging activity about a study claiming “organ-toxic effects” in mice fed with GMO corn. The summaries of the study [ … ]
The chemical giant Bayer — the same Bayer which brought you aspirin, heroin and mustard gas, and currently manufactures a wide variety of pesticides, herbicides, polyurethanes and other questionable chemicals [ … ]