Monday, 11 March 2019

Fatal horizon, driven by acidification, closes in on marine organisms in Southern Ocean


PHYS ORG
A tiny sea creature at the California Academy of Sciences.
Photo by Brian Skipworth

Marine microorganisms in the Southern Ocean may find themselves in a deadly vise grip by century's end as ocean acidification creates a shallower horizon for life, new University of Colorado Boulder research finds. More here.

The Roundup row: is the world’s most popular weedkiller carcinogenic?


The Guardian
Producer Monsanto is facing thousands of lawsuits from customers who now have cancer. But not all experts are convinced of a link…Story here.

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But not all suspicions about Roundup are confined to its effects on humans. What about food crops and livestock? Watch my video, below and decide for yourself!


Beyond Covid 19. Are we risking yet another pandemic if we continue to embrace "assembly-line" livestock production into the future?

by Larry Powell No one would argue that Covid 19 demands our undivided attention. Surely,  defeating this "beast" has to be &...