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Save The Bees: Here’s How You Can Help

In Environment, Sustainability by Eleni Simos, INHC0 Comments

Some of you may know, the current bee decline crisis is something I am extremely passionate about. My family and I have over 15,000 bees in our backyard in Queens, New York. While the decrease in the honeybee population and the environmental impacts associated are real and scary – we can unite as a collective to help save the bees. …

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NY GMO Labeling Rally & Lobby Day

In by Carlos Espinal, INHC0 Comments

SAVE THE DATE! Come to the State Capitol on Tuesday, March 8th, to rally and lobby your legislators to make GMO labeling the law in New York State NOW! Meet at 11:00 am at the Third Floor Terrace in the Legislative Office Building (the “LOB”), 198 State Street, Albany, NY 12210. We need you to register so that we know …

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Soil Not Oil Conference 2015

In by Carlos Espinal, INHC0 Comments

Inspired by Dr. Vandana Shiva’s book, Soil Not Oil, the 2015 Soil Not Oil Conference examines the crisis on food security while highlighting the implications of oil-based agro-chemicals and fossil fuels in soil depletion and climate change. The first edition of this conference will focus on educating, through national and international experiences, about the multiple problems and possible practical solutions …

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Seeds of Death [2012] Documentary

In Empowerment, Food Justice by Carlos Espinal, INHC0 Comments

This feature-length documentary, Seeds of Death: Unveiling the Lies of GMOs exposes the public health dangers of genetically modified foods and features leading scientists, physicians, professors, attorneys and activists. You’ll see the deep corruption surrounding GMOs and the nefarious deception being perpetrated against the world. Written by Gary Null & Associates For furthur information on Monsanto and GMOs please read …

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GMO, OMG, WTF?

In Food Justice by Gus Vogt0 Comments

Most Americans remain blissfully unaware they are eating genetically-modified (GM) organisms every day. Passivity and blind faith in the USDA, FDA and EPA have largely contributed to this attitude. Perhaps that will change now that a new study reveals an insecticide produced in GM corn actually gets absorbed into the human body. But first, let’s define what GMO means: “A …