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GM plants offer heart disease hope 16.11.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Science & environment: Omega-3 could be added to diet via animal feed in a plan which would help conserve fish stocks
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GM plants that produce fish oils could help fight heart disease 16.11.2007 Guardian: Science

· Omega-3 could be added to diet via animal feed
· Plan would help conserve fish stocks, say scientists

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GM plants that produce fish oils could help fight heart disease 16.11.2007 Guardian: Environment

· Omega-3 could be added to diet via animal feed
· Plan would help conserve fish stocks, say scientists

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Methane capture technology offers double benefit for transport and environment 15.11.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
Biogas from organic waste decomposition is emerging as a potentially valuable energy source. Released from landfills it is a far worse greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide. Captured, it can be turned into a clean and efficient transport fuel.
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The California Garden 15.11.2007 LA Times: Most Emailed
The little wigglers double as heroes of composting, which is no longer seen as merely a fringe solution. SHARING lunch with students at the Santa Monica College cafeteria one recent afternoon are a couple hundred thousand lowlife diners that most folks would only be caught dead with. Inside a giant, hydraulically operated bin behind the kitchen, 800,000 red wiggler worms are chowing down, as they do 24 hours a day here and at an increasing number of homes and eco-leaning facilities in Los Angeles. It's part of a makeover as dramatic as anything since a mouse got named Mickey. ...
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The Greening of Wal-Mart America 14.11.2007 American Spectator
Appeasing the environmental movement is neither silencing Wal-Mart's critics nor increasing its value on the stock market.
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Sett questions 14.11.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Science & environment: Amid calls for a badger cull to eradicate bovine TB, why is nobody checking out a potential link to cattle fodder?
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Sett questions 14.11.2007 Guardian: Environment

As the government's chief scientist leads calls for the slaughter of badgers to eradicate bovine TB, a farmer has discovered a potential link with cattle fodder. So why is nobody checking out his hunch? Chris Baker reports

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Calendar 14.11.2007 Star Tribune: Editorials
Sowing seeds of farming's future 13.11.2007 BBC: Science
Global food stocks are running low and rich nations should not take security of supplies for granted.
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Living for two 12.11.2007 LA Times: Most Emailed
Mounting evidence suggests that fetuses are surprisingly susceptible to outside influences such as food, environmental pollutants, even stress.

IF Aly Hartman could have placed herself in a protective bubble for the duration of her recent pregnancy, she would have done so.
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COVER STORY: Organic Farmer Plucks Her Thanksgiving Turkeys 11.11.2007 Women's eNews
Female farmers are seeking advice from an agricultural organization that helps them succeed in a male-dominated field. One woman who was told she couldn't do it 30 years ago is plucking her Thanksgiving turkeys.
Eating less meat could cut warming 11.11.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Science & environment: What you choose to have for dinner can have a huge impact on the planet, reports Juliette Jowit
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Why eating less meat could cut global warming 11.11.2007 Guardian: Environment

What you choose to have for dinner can have a huge impact on the planet, reports Juliette Jowit

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Red flags on green initiatives 11.11.2007 Chicago Tribune: Business
Y ou can see major movies that are "carbon neutral," buy any flavor of organic yogurt and even watch as Bob Costas recaps Sunday football by candlelight for NBC.

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DrugReporter: Could Smoking Pot Be Good for Teens? 10.11.2007 AlterNet
If you follow the White House's twisted logic, the answer could be yes.
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Macy's in talks to add grocery 10.11.2007 Chicago Tribune: Business
No deal yet; organic market preferred

Macy's Inc. is closer to bringing a grocery store to the basement of its State Street flagship, a move aimed at attracting the Loop's growing residential population, Frank Guzzetta, Chairman of Macy's North, said Friday.

Macy's in talks to add grocery 10.11.2007 Chicago Tribune: Popular
No deal yet; organic market preferred

Macy's Inc. is closer to bringing a grocery store to the basement of its State Street flagship, a move aimed at attracting the Loop's growing residential population, Frank Guzzetta, Chairman of Macy's North, said Friday.
In Trademarking Its Coffee, Ethiopia Seeks Fair Trade 10.11.2007 Truthout.com
Matthew Clark, The Christian Science Monitor: "Ethiopia recently shook up the industry with a new tactic: trademarking its specialty coffees. Overcoming resistance to the idea from distributors - notably Starbucks - the country is hoping to empower its coffee industry to earn an estimated $88 million more per year, according to Oxfam America."
GM crops 'should not be approved' 9.11.2007 BBC: Science
UK Ministers must not approve commercial planting of GM crops until it is proved safe, say the Lib Dems.
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