Is It Ok to Buy Non-Ethically Certified Coffee From a Small Independent?


By: Lucy Siegle   If I no longer buy my Fairtrade coffee from a multinational chain. Instead, I’ve switched to a tiny independent. The coffee ... more

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Red States Way Ahead of Congress on Global Warming
By: Elliot Negin Congress is more deeply divided today than it has been in the last two decades on a wide range of issues, including ... more

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The World Is Going Solar
By: Thom Hartmann That’s where companies like Simpa Energy come in. Simpa Energy offers Indians a pay-as-you-go model for solar power, allowing even the ... more

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Americans Are Too Stupid For GMO Labeling, Congressional Panel Says
By: Michael McAuliff WASHINGTON -- It's pretty rare that members of Congress and all the witnesses they've called will declare out loud that Americans ... more

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Monsanto Linked to Fatal Kidney Disease Epidemic: Could It Topple the Company?
By: Jeff Ritterman For years, scientists have been trying to unravel the  mystery of a chronic kidney disease epidemic that has hit Central America, India ... more

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Hillary Clinton Says She Supports GMOs
By: J.D. Heyes The darling of the Democratic Party, Hillary Rodham Clinton, says she supports genetically modified food, making her no different from most ... more

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Oh No, 'GMO': A Proposed Ballot Initiative Would Require Labeling of Foods, But Not Everyone's on Board
By: J. Adrien Stanley In November, Colorado voters could be asked to decide whether genetically engineered foods, commonly called GMOs, should be subject to ... more

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