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Why We Need to Save Wildlife to Save Ourselves

Why We Need to Save Wildlife to Save Ourselves | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Midway through the new special issue of Science, about the global loss of wildlife, my heart caught on this idea: We now live with a steady, imperceptible loss “in people’s expectations of what the...

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Compelling argument for respect for the natural environment.

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Garry Rogers's curator insight, July 24, 2014 7:21 PM

The essence of Aldo Leopold's "Land Ethic" is that human acceptance of the equality of other creatures is essential for the survival of all.

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Truth in Nourishment…Epicurist supports debate on sustainable agricultural practices for a healthy environment, healthy you, and a better life through tastier food.
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Le premier Mooc mondial sur l'agroécologie est français

Le premier Mooc mondial sur l'agroécologie est français | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
La France veut devenir le leader mondial de l'agroécologie, elle lancera donc à la rentrée prochaine le premier cours massif ouvert en ligne (Mooc)...


[Image] Agroécologie - Agreenium
https://www.france-universite-numerique-mooc.fr/cours/


« Date de début : lundi 28 septembre 2015 »      



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France is working to become a leader in the afro-ecology…let us hope they succeed.  In French.

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Christian Allié's curator insight, February 28, 2:25 AM

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........ C'est Agreenium, un consortium français de deux instituts de recherche (le Cirad et l'Inra) et de six organismes d'enseignement, qui l'a présenté mardi au Salon de l'Agriculture. En grande pompe puisque pas moins de trois ministres assistaient à la présentation: bien sûr le ministre de l'Agriculture Stéphane Le Foll qui porte le projet agroécologique, celui de l?Économie Emmanuel Macron et la secrétaire d?État à l'Enseignement supérieur Geneviève Fioraso.
L'agroécologie vise à conjuguer les performances écologiques et économiques dans la production agricole. L'adage c'est produire autant avec moins (moins de pesticides, moins d'énergie, moins d'eau) pour répondre aux défis alimentaire et environnemental de demain.
"Aujourd'hui, il y a deux pays leaders dans l'agroécologie: la France et le Brésil" et ce Mooc est une façon "de surfer sur la vague pour que d'autres aient envie de travailler avec nous", de faire de la "diplomatie scientifique", explique à l'AFP Frédéric Lapeyrie, directeur général d'Agreenium.
Ce Mooc sera ouvert à tous (agriculteurs, chercheurs, étudiants, consommateurs), gratuit et disponible à partir de la plate-forme FUN (France Université Numérique).
Les modules, en français et anglais, seront disponibles en septembre prochain. Il proposera quatre grands chapitres: l'émergence de l'agroécologie, les différentes approches, les mises en ?uvre (agroforesterie ou de l'usage des arbres en agriculture, les cultures associées, l'agriculture de conservation) et une dernière partie de partage d'expériences, détaille Stéphane de Tourdonnet, directeur adjoint de SupAgro Montpellier.
Agreenium, qui va bientôt s'élargir à la forêt et aux sciences vétérinaires en devenant l'Institut Agronomique, Vétérinaire et Forestier de France, a d'autres Mooc dans ses cartons.
A suivre donc: une introduction aux sciences de la vigne et du vin, l'épidémiologie en santé animale ou l'agriculture biologique.

Philippe2762's curator insight, February 28, 4:00 AM

L'encre sur le papier de la désillusion ? 

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#Beavers the unpaid workers,are saving #California’s wild #salmon ~ thxu @WaterVole

#Beavers the unpaid workers,are saving #California’s wild #salmon ~ thxu @WaterVole | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
With California's wild Coho salmon populations down to 1% of their former numbers, there's growing evidence that beavers - long reviled as a pest of the waterways - are essential to restore the species, writes Maria Finn. In the process, they raise water tables, recharge aquifers and improve water quality. What's not to love?

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Respect for the natural world

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Marian Locksley's curator insight, March 2, 2:54 AM

In ongoing research that covered six years, Pollock and his colleagues showed that river restoration projects that featured beaver dams more than doubled their production of salmon.

 

Can the animals help bring back the Coho salmon? "Absolutely", Pollock says. "They may be the only thing that can."

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McDonald’s Just Recalled 1 Million Chicken Nuggets. The Reason Why Will Sicken You

McDonald’s Just Recalled 1 Million Chicken Nuggets. The Reason Why Will Sicken You | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
McDonald’s took another big hit today with a giant recall of over 1 million chicken nuggets after customers found something in them that definitely wasn’t white meat chicken.

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The death of a once-revered brand…it turns out that those happy meals aren't so happy after all.

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New Beehive Lets You Harvest Honey Automatically Without Disturbing Bees

New Beehive Lets You Harvest Honey Automatically Without Disturbing Bees | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
With this brilliant invention by Stuart and Cedar Anderson, a father-and-son beekeeper team in Australia, honey bees around the world can breathe a collective sigh of relief.

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Fantastico!  A implementar con efecto inmediato.  Que buena idea!

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Discover Why Honey Is Still The Best Antibiotic

Discover Why Honey Is Still The Best Antibiotic | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Conventional antibiotics are overprescribed and overconsumed. Not to mention, they can cause more harm to the body than good. So why is it, still, the first solution doctors turn to heal the body?
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Melipona honey is more than 10x more antibiotic than conventional honey.

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9 extraordinary facts about North America's native bees - Mother Nature Network

9 extraordinary facts about North America's native bees - Mother Nature Network | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
From invisibility cloaks to incubating eggs like a hen, bees are a lot more diverse and a lot more incredible than most of us ever realized.
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Fascinating information on indigenous bees

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Soliga honey — straight from the forests into sachets - The Hindu

Soliga honey — straight from the forests into sachets - The Hindu | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
If you think that only jam, shampoo and oil are sold in sachets, think again. Pure honey, from the dense forests of Chamarajanagar district, has now hit the shelves in sachets.
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Fascinating packaging ideas for honey

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Flooding Risk From Climate Change, Country by Country

Flooding Risk From Climate Change, Country by Country | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
A new analysis of sea levels and flood risk around the world offers more evidence that the brunt of climate change will not be borne equally.


More than a quarter of Vietnam’s residents live in areas likely to be subject to regular floods by the end of the century.  Globally, eight of the 10 large countries most at risk are in Asia.  These figures are the result of a new analysis of sea levels and flood risk around the world, conducted by Climate Central and based on more detailed sea-level data than has previously been available.  The analysis offers more evidence that the countries emitting the most carbon aren’t necessarily the ones that will bear the brunt of climate change.  


Tags: Southeast Asia, water, disasters, urban ecology, coastalclimate change


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Fascinating study on the flood impact of climate change

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Garry Rogers's curator insight, October 9, 2014 2:18 PM

The cost of these and other consequences of global warming will not be born by the few growing rich on the industries causing the problems. The cost will be born by the people working to produce the profit.

Edelin Espino's curator insight, December 15, 2014 5:14 PM

In this article the author discusses the risk of flooding in many different locations of the world. He claims about 2.6 percent of the world's populations. That's a big percentage considering all the people of the planet. 

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These 10 countries have pledged $2.3 billion to fight climate change. The US isn't one of them.

These 10 countries have pledged $2.3 billion to fight climate change. The US isn't one of them. | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Contributions to the Green Climate Fund have been slow and low.

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Actually, the US is busy exporting its technology and savoire faire in the areas of GM foods, pesticides, industrial agriculture, and foods that have been grown under conditions that give them a structural competitive advantage.  The only way to stop the juggernaut is the for the rest of the world to say, "we don't want to eat this stuff."  You want to stop climate change?  Responsible, sustainable agricultural policy is the first step.

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holly-berkowitz@mchsi.com's curator insight, October 7, 2014 11:10 PM

Why Not?   Count More Than Human Cash to Survive.  Numerous Religions Warn Humans to Count More than Mechanical, Artificial, Empty Numbers and Structures of Deadly Cashflow Floods....to Value Also the Invaluable, the Priceless, The Critical Flows Impossible to Count In Human Cash.   Human Cash Crushes And Climate Baking and Drowning Crush the Ability of Nature to Produce the Critcial flows, Light, Air, Photosynthetic Oxygen as O2 to Breathe, Water As H2O to Drink, Rich, Organic Topsoil Production and Soilmakers, Green Absorbent Watersheds to Grow Food and Shelter & Flood Protection That Humans Need Every Minute to Keep Humans Alive Day to Day and Minute to Minute.   But the Cash-Driven Idiots Just Don't Get It and Are Trying to Cause Hell and Armageddon of, by, for Privatized Cashflow Floods into Private Bank Accounts of Only 1%.  Criminal.

 

Hold them Accountable Now.  They Are Not God.   They Do Not Own US.   We are Not Slaves Yet.

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Lexicon Of Sustainability – The Food List: Terroir

Lexicon Of Sustainability – The Food List: Terroir | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it

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El concepto de Terroir es muy importante para nosotros aquí en Yucatan donde producimos la mejor miel del mundo…pero no siempre vendemos de la manera mejor para capturar el valor…no es obvio, pero la miel mas natural, menos labrada, menos filtrada, de una cosecha especifica, es la que tiene el valor mas alto

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4 problems GMO labeling won't solve - Grist (2014)

4 problems GMO labeling won't solve - Grist (2014) | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it

This election season, there are initiatives on the ballot in Colorado and Oregon to label foods made with the help of genetic engineering, and there are legislative efforts to do the same in dozens of other states. I like the idea of GMO labeling, though for unorthodox reasons. But I do mourn all of the money, more money, effort, and political bandwidth  that this issue is sponging up.

Most people I know who would like to label GMOs aren’t fixated on the biotechnology. The things they really care about are the amounts of pesticides we’re spraying, or the role of agribusiness in American farming, or some other larger issue that’s not limited to genetic engineering. The problem is that labeling GMOs is an ineffectual way of getting at most of these problems, and could make some of them worse.

Labeling would make it easier for people to opt out of buying GMOs (remember, you can already do that by buying organic), but... all of the debate over GMOs has led seed corporations to turn back to the older technology  of mutagenesis — creating new varieties by altering seeds with radiation or mutagenic chemicals — which is more likely to cause unintended effects than genetic engineering... Focusing exclusively on GE gives riskier technologies a pass.


Herbicide-resistant GMO seeds are responsible for a massive increase in the use of the herbicide glyphosate... GMO plants engineered to ward off insects, however, have had the opposite effect: They’ve led to a big reduction in insecticides sprayed... If we really want to do something about pesticides, a better approach might be to tax them depending on their toxicity and potential for environmental damage... 


A lot of people who vote for GMO labels will really be trying to vote against Big Ag. It won’t work... Even if we completely rejected GMOs, the agribusiness conglomerates would remain intact. And agriculture isn’t the biggest problem out there... Exxon is 10 times bigger than Monsanto. If corporate consolidation is the problem, a solution might be beefing up our anti-trust rules.

 

You can patent GMOs. You can also patent plant varieties  developed through traditional breeding. You can also patent rectangles with rounded corners, as Apple has done. Clearly the patent law is deeply in need of reform. But refusing to buy GMOs will do about as much to achieve that goal as refusing to buy iPhones.

 

I just worry that we are being suckered. I don’t buy the idea that if we throw lots of information — in the form of labels — on our products, we’ll be able to shop our way out of our problems. Rather than banking on this tenuous market solution, we could be addressing these issues directly.

 

http://grist.org/food/here-are-4-problems-that-gmo-labeling-wont-solve/

 


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Too true…we often focus too much on the tip of the iceberg rather than focusing on the root cause.

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GMOs Are Old Hat. Synthetically Modified Food Is The New Frontier

GMOs Are Old Hat. Synthetically Modified Food Is The New Frontier | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Scientists hyping synthetic biology say it may one day give us biofuels, drugs and organisms that will solve hefty global problems. But synthetic biology food is already here, and causing controversy.

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Les néonicotinoïdes, fléau environnemental? - RTS.ch

Les néonicotinoïdes, fléau environnemental? - RTS.ch | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it

Depuis le milieu des années 1990, l’agriculture a connu une révolution discrète: les néonicotinoïdes. Une gamme d’insecticides dont le mode d’action est systémique. Cela signifie que la plante intègre la substance toxique et qu’elle devient elle-même toxique pour les insectes dès qu’elle sort de terre. Ces insecticides seraient responsables d’un effondrement global des populations d’insectes et, en conséquence, de celui des insectivores, comme de nombreuses espèces d’oiseaux.


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Bee Api?'s curator insight, October 1, 2014 2:26 AM

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Scientists propose #highSeas fishing moratorium ~ see @CaptPaulWatson's view below...

Scientists propose #highSeas fishing moratorium ~ see @CaptPaulWatson's view below... | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
A team of British Columbia-led researchers believe banning fishing in international waters would hel...

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Yes, but only 10% of the worlds fish are in the open seas--the real problem is overfishing in coastal waters, and polluted estuaries--choked with pesticide run-off

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Marian Locksley's curator insight, February 25, 3:36 AM

High Sea Fishing Must Be Ended.

For three decades I have been calling for an international ban on high seas fishing. Now finally, reputable ocean scientists are now calling for just such a ban.

There is simply not enough fish in the sea to continue supplying an ever-increasing human population and our domestic animals like cats, salmon, pigs, fur bearing animals and chickens that consume some 40% of the fish taken from the sea.

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All heavy gear fishing must be banned. All super trawlers, trawlers, gill netters, long-liners, drift netters and industrialized fishing operations must be banned. All plastic gear i.e. nets, lines and traps should be banned.

Foreign fishing trawlers need to be banned from fishing within the territorial waters of other countries.

Illegal fishing vessels must be seized and destroyed.

All subsidies by governments to fishing corporations must be ended.

All domestic salmon farming and other forms of destructive aquaculture practices must be banned.

If fishing is restricted to artisanal fishing by small communities there may be hope for oceanic eco-systems.

If not, the oceans will be dead zones by 2048.

No fish for anyone anywhere. No fish for Orcas and dolphins. No fish for seals. No fish for the species that depend upon them for their survival.

When the fish die, the ocean die and when the ocean dies, we die!

That is the reality that we face this century and the choices must be made now. Action must be taken now.

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How Emulsifiers Are Messing with Our Guts (and Making Us Fat) | Civil Eats

How Emulsifiers Are Messing with Our Guts (and Making Us Fat) | Civil Eats | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Common processed food ingredients like polysorbate 80, lecithin, and carrageenan interfere with microbes in the gastrointestinal tract, says new study.

Via Institute for Responsible Nutrition
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Time to cook all of my own food...

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Institute for Responsible Nutrition's curator insight, February 26, 12:34 PM

The emulsifiers added to processed foods (to maintain texture and increase shelf-life) seem to be negatively affecting the good bacteria in our gut, according to a new study. Does this surprise anyone? 

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The Italian Secret of Longevity | Coffee and Your Health

The Italian Secret of Longevity | Coffee and Your Health | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it

You would be hard pressed to find another beverage besides coffee whose health benefits or concerns are more controversial. It seems with each passing year, coffee is hailed as either medicine or poison, but this year it seems the findings have been positive. Let’s take a look at a few recent conclusions. [...]


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One man's medicine is another man's poison.

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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, February 20, 1:15 PM
  • Coffee May Prevent and Treat Alzheimer’s
  • Coffee May Help Diabetics
  • Caffeine Used to Fight Skin Cancer
  • Coffee Helps Hepatitis C Patients
Teo Rui Ling's curator insight, February 22, 9:35 AM

I was really surprised after reading the article. I have always thought that drinking caffeine makes one dull and slow, but it can actually treat illnesses such as skin cancer or even Alzheimer's! Maybe coffee can do one good too. But it is still good to keep the quantity moderate, as too much can also do bad. Overall, this piece of news encouraged me to continue to drink more caffeine as I was afraid that I would become dull in the future if i consumed too much. Nevertheless, we ought to take in more caffeine as prevention is better than cure, for example; preventing one from getting Alzheimer's.

 

 

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Nearly Half of All US Farms Now Have Superweeds

Nearly Half of All US Farms Now Have Superweeds | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Roundup-resistant weeds colonized 60 million US acres in 2012—up 50 percent from the year before.

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Por esto no aceptamos el uso de pesticidas en nuestras tierras…tenemos que decir ya no en todo Mexico.


This is why we do not use any pesticides at Hacienda Silil, giving our bees and other plants and animals a chance to live and grow in natural conditions.

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Alberto Saavedra's curator insight, February 19, 1:47 PM

GMOs may or may not be healthy to eat but the impact on ecosystems is bad.

DebbyBruck's comment, February 20, 2:28 AM
Simply amazing & beautiful work you've done here on this critical topic.
M. Philip Oliver's curator insight, March 5, 1:29 PM

#BackfiredWeedPolicy

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How to Lose Weight with Cinnamon and Honey in 10 Steps

How to Lose Weight with Cinnamon and Honey in 10 Steps | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Cinnamon and honey are amazing! Anyone who has ever struggled with their weight knows there is no secret ingredient, no miracle that will make the pounds melt right off and keep you slim forever. You
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I am going to try this

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The health benefits of honey

The health benefits of honey | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
The health benefits of honey
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the wall of evidence rises

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WARNING: This Sweetener Feeds Cancer Cells

WARNING: This Sweetener Feeds Cancer Cells | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Not only sugar is primary source of excess calories, but recent research has shown that cancer cells absorb high fructose corn syrup, which is another reason to avoid it.
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Una otra razón para jamas comprar producto que lleva jarabe de maíz de alta fructosa…la miel es sana y saludable!

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The Most Ambitious Environmental Lawsuit Ever

The Most Ambitious Environmental Lawsuit Ever | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
A quixotic historian tries to hold oil and gas companies responsible for Louisiana’s disappearing coast.

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La situación aqui en Mexico y en todo el Golfo de Mexico es ugual.

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Biotech and Agribusinesses Spending Heavily to Defeat State GMO Food Labeling Votes

Biotech and Agribusinesses Spending Heavily to Defeat State GMO Food Labeling Votes | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
The Cornucopia Institute releases shopper’s guide red-flagging pro/con food brands involved with Colorado and Oregon Initiatives Cornucopia, WI: Citizen in

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An informed consumer is at least better armed.  Getting to know your local farmers may be the only way to shop responsibly.

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Monsanto Announces "Global Center" for Developing GMO Corn

Monsanto Announces "Global Center" for Developing GMO Corn | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Monsanto announced this week that it is opening a new facility in Mexico to research and develop new hybrid types of corn resistant to disease and climate conditions.

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El nivel de cinismo en las acciones de Monsanto parecen ser más fuerte. Boicot a los productos por favor, piquetes de su empresa, escriba a su representante legal para expresar su descontento con esta empresa y lo que hace. Y si usted alguna vez a alguien que trabaja para la empresa preguntarles cómo pueden soportarlo.


The level of cynicism in Monsanto's actions speak loudest.  Boycott their products please, picket their company, write to your legal representative to express your discontent about this company and what it does.  And if you ever meet someone who works for the company ask them how they can stomach it.

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Cathryn Wellner's curator insight, October 6, 2014 12:45 PM

To place this in the birthplace of corn is very symbolic and insensitive.

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10 things that would fix the food system faster than GMO-labeling - Grist (2014)

10 things that would fix the food system faster than GMO-labeling - Grist (2014) | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it

If we want a better food system there are plenty of things that would make a bigger difference than GMO labeling... 

 

10. Ban the advertising of unhealthy foods to kids... 

9. Protect the most fertile lands from being covered in concrete... 

8. Eliminate subsidies for agriculture.

7. Institute measures to improve farm animal welfare.

6. Pay farmers for ecological services...

5. Tax sugar.

4. Eliminate use of medically important antibiotics in agriculture.

3. Guarantee the right to good food...

2. Guarantee farmworkers’ right to make a decent wage... 

1. Tax... greenhouse gases, which could turn agriculture into a climate solution...

 

http://grist.org/food/10-things-that-would-fix-the-food-system-faster-than-gmo-labeling/

 


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Ideas fantasticos

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Pourquoi ce site?

Professionnel de la profession apicole, j’ai ouvert ce Topic à l’intention des professionnels de la « profession » et ceux quelle touche.
Mais pas seulement. Le « tout public » se rendra compte ici des préoccupations de ces femmes et hommes d’exception qui chaque jour et du mieux qu’ils peuvent choient leus z’amies zélées, c’est leur vie, un « cheptel » pas commun, c’est leur vie….
Cette vie aujourd’hui, leur vie professionnelle, depuis l’apparition des pesticides en fait, est malmenée, menacée pour tout dire.
Sachez le, ils tiennent à bout de bras un de nos auxiliaire de vie, un animal des plus précieux qui soit : l’Abeille.
Insecte mythique s’il en est, de part son travail de pollinisation de nos cultures, sans lui nos assiettes seraient bien pauvres, pommes de terre, produits issus de la transformation des céréales et puis c’est tout.
Tout ce qui donne de la joie à nos papilles, les fruits, la plupart des légumes, les épices, sans notre abeille, tout ça oui, est appelé à disparaître au train où vont les choses.
J’ai la prétention ici de rassembler de l’information, utile, brute, telle qu’elle parait dans nos médias.

Des infos pas réjouissantes la plupart du temps, mais aussi des images de beauté pour comprendre pourquoi il faut se mobiliser, oui se mobiliser, pour sauvegarder ce petit animal social qui nous apporte tant. Tout en fait.
Partagez ce Topic, faites le connaître, c’est pour vous que vous le faites, vos enfants, vos proches.

Autres liens utiles :

http://www.itsap.asso.fr/
http://www.itsap.asso.fr/reseau/local_index.php

http://www.prade-abeilles.org/moodle/

http://www.paca.inra.fr/les_recherches/pole_adaptation_au_changement_global_acg__1/abeilles_et_environnement

http://www.apiservices.com/fnosad/index.htm

http://www.apiculture.com/sante-de-labeille/

http://www.cari.be/accueil/
http://sapra-ffap.fr/

http://www.apipro-ffap.fr/

http://www.apipro-ffap.fr/liens/5-organisations

http://www.pesticides-lelivre.com/

http://www.mdrgf.org/

http://www.resogm.org/

Remerciements pour le soutien de mes proches, à tous mes proches: merci!

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A Pascalf49 et son http://www.scoop.it/t/toxique mais pas que...


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Eben Lenderking's insight:

An excellent collection of links on the topic of bees…Mostly in French.

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Bee Api?'s comment, April 14, 2013 2:53 AM
Merci Jean-Paul...
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Christian Allié's comment, February 25, 5:18 AM
Akéwa (Merci !)