Kamala Harris: Of Course We Must Regulate How Much Meat Americans Are Eating

During a CNN town hall special about climate change Wednesday night, Democrat Senator Kamala Harris was asked if she would be willing to change federal eating guidelines for the sake of saving the planet if she became president. She agreed with a questioner who argued Americans should be eating less meat and that the government … Continue reading Kamala Harris: Of Course We Must Regulate How Much Meat Americans Are Eating

The Disappearing Male

The Disappearing Male is about one of the most important, and least publicized, issues facing the human species: the toxic threat to the male reproductive system. The last few decades have seen steady and dramatic increases in the incidence of boys and young men suffering from genital deformities, low sperm count, sperm abnormalities and testicular cancer. At … Continue reading The Disappearing Male

Global Actions Demand Fast Food Giants Get Antibiotics ‘Off the Menu’

Despite worldwide concern about the overuse of antibiotics, their use in agriculture is due to increase by two-thirds by 2030. In light of the public health risks associated with increasing antibiotic resistance, activists in 60 countries are celebrating World Consumer Rights Day by calling on fast-food companies to get antibiotics "off the menu." The worldwide actions, organized … Continue reading Global Actions Demand Fast Food Giants Get Antibiotics ‘Off the Menu’

HAVE WE REACHED ‘PEAK FOOD’? SHORTAGES LOOM AS GLOBAL PRODUCTION RATES SLOW

http://thekirkshow.com/2015/01/29/have-we-reached-peak-food-shortages-loom-as-global-production-rates-slow/ The world has entered an era of “peak food” production with an array of staples from corn and rice to wheat and chicken slowing in growth – with potentially disastrous consequences for feeding the planet. New research finds that the supply of 21 staples, such as eggs, meat, vegetables and soybeans is already beginning to … Continue reading HAVE WE REACHED ‘PEAK FOOD’? SHORTAGES LOOM AS GLOBAL PRODUCTION RATES SLOW