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  • Kick the Plastic Habit Choose Earth-Friendly Alternatives
    Kick the Plastic Habit Choose Earth-Friendly Alternatives by Avery Mack Grocery bags, bottles, cups and straws comprise much of the 9.1 billion tons of plastic manufactured worldwide in the past 65 years. Once Read more
  • Recycled Plastics Put to Good Use.
    Recycled Plastics Put to Good Use Australia’s Centre for Advanced Design in Engineering Training at Deakin University has an affordable way to increase the availability of potable (drinkable) water in needy Read more
  • Glyphosate Found in Breakfast Foods
    Glyphosate Found in Breakfast Foods Of 24 breakfast foods samples tested by the Alliance for Natural Health USA, 10 showed the presence of glyphosate. Executive and Legal Director Gretchen DuBeau states, Read more
  • Safer Product Controls Citrus Pests
    Safer Product Controls Citrus Pests The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and California Department of Pest Regulation have approved CRS Plus, an aerosol pheromone biopesticide product that disrupts the mating cycle of Read more
  • San Francisco Moves Toward Zero Waste
    San Francisco Moves Toward Zero Waste The San Francisco Department of the Environment’s list of materials allowed in blue recycling bins has been expanded to include plastic bags, paper coffee Read more
  • Meatless Millennials
    Meatless Millennials Young Vegetarians Worry Meat Industry The 2017 Chicken Marketing Summit in North Carolina involved hundreds of leaders from fast-food chains, marketing agencies and poultry production companies discussing the fact that Read more
  • Cardiologists Urge Plant-Based Hospital Meals
    Cardiologists Urge Plant-Based Hospital Meals The American College of Cardiology (ACC) is advising hospitals in improving patient menus by adding healthy, plant-based options and removing processed meats, which have been linked Read more
  • Corporate Programs Boost Health and Bottom Line
    Corporate Programs Boost Health and Bottom Line Corporate wellness programs are linked to a 25 percent reduction in absenteeism and sick leave, 25 percent reduction in health costs and 32 percent Read more
  • City Greenery Boosts Public Health
    City Greenery Boosts Public Health Urban trees reduce obesity and depression, improve productivity, boost educational outcomes and reduce incidence of asthma and heart disease for residents, yet according to The Nature Read more

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