I just got back from Caracas, Venezuela, a city so dangerous that every time I left my hotel, the staff would warn me against even going outside.
It’s an incredibly difficult reality to reconcile. People hate the fact that they may get robbed or killed just steps from their front door when they leave the house every morning.
And nobody wants that.
After all, everyone wants to be safe. Even wild animals seek out safety in nature.
A few years ago, in response to national outcry, the government of Venezuela took steps to fix this problem. Continue reading »
Denmark, Luxembourg and Malta have joined the growing list of EU countries which have turned their backs on GM crops.
Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovenia, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have also all announced GM crop bans over the past few weeks.
A total of 19 EU countries have now stated that they will not let their agricultural systems be damaged by unnecessary and harmful GM crops that were designed by the Biotech industry, led by Monsanto, to sell more herbicides. Continue reading »