Wednesday, July 11, 2012

West Nile Virus vs. Pesticides: Sick Neighbors Face Off Over Mosquito Spraying

Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Rosemary Bilchak and her husband, Gordon MacAlpine, were eating on their porch when they heard the engine of the pesticide fogger rev up next door.
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Bill Moyers: WATCH: 'Where Am I Complicit in the War Against the Earth?'
2012-07-11-moyers.JPG Scientist and philosopher Vandana Shiva is a virtual rock star in the global battle over genetically modified seeds.
Jeremy Symons: What Is Causing Our Climate to Unravel?
Our scientific undersanding of global warming has come so far, but many in the media are pretending it is 1980 and that we are just getting started.
Brendan DeMelle: Science Trumped by Politics in Cuomo's NY Fracking Plans?
It's time for Governor Cuomo to send the DEC back to the drawing board and, this time, they should pay closer attention to science and the public interest than they have clearly paid to gas drillers and their lobbyists.
Leila Monroe: Big News in Shark Conservation
All who care about the health of the world's oceans need to take a stand in protecting sharks: refuse to eat shark fins and call on governments and businesses to end the trade in fins.
Nic Compton: Ethical Food Shopping: A Pact With the Devil
Having been married and had a family, then been single, then been married and had a family again, I can say conclusively it's easier to be green when you're single. In fact, I'm pretty sure there must be a rule somewhere which states that your ability to be green is inversely proportional to the number of people in your household.
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