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Getting food from the farm to our fork eats up 10 percent of the total U.S. energy budget, uses 50 percent of U.S. land, and swallows 80 percent of all freshwater consumed in the United States. 196 more words
SPRINGFIELD (CBS) — A new report names two New England cities as the “sneeziest and wheeziest” places in America.
The Natural Resources Defense Council looked at ragweed and ozone data, which it says can lead to asthma attacks and worsen allergy symptoms. 119 more words
NEW YORK — Good news, Panera Bread will no longer put Tert-Butyl-Hydroquinone in your sandwich.
The difficult-to-pronounce preservative is on a lengthy list of ingredients that the restaurant chain has promised to eliminate from its food by 2016. 363 more words
Question: Is the practice of turning crude from tar sands into gasoline more environmentally destructive than the processing of conventional crude? If so, how many times more damaging is it? 92 more words