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Is GMO Farming Poisoning The World's Drinking Water? GMO farming practices heavily dependent upon glyphosate herbicide formulations such as Roundup have serious, unintended adverse effects on human and environmental health. New research indicates glyphosate does not break down rapidly, as the manufacturer claimed, but is accumulating in the groundwater -the source for most of the worlds drinking water.

Is GMO Farming Poisoning The World's Drinking Water? GMO farming practices heavily dependent upon glyphosate herbicide formulations such as Roundup have serious, unintended adverse effects on human and environmental health. New research indicates glyphosate does not break down rapidly, as the manufacturer claimed, but is accumulating in the groundwater -the source for most of the worlds drinking water.

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Burying Their Cattle, Ranchers Call Wildfires ‘Our Hurricane Katrina’ - The New York Times

Burying Their Cattle, Ranchers Call Wildfires ‘Our Hurricane Katrina’

Burying Their Cattle, Ranchers Call Wildfires ‘Our Hurricane Katrina’ - The New York Times

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How Big Banks Are Putting Rain Forests in Peril  http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/03/business/energy-environment/how-big-banks-are-putting-rain-forests-in-peril.html?ribbon-ad-idx=4&rref=business&module=Ribbon&version=context&region=Header&action=click&contentCollection=Business%20Day&pgtype=article

How Big Banks Are Putting Rain Forests in Peril

How Big Banks Are Putting Rain Forests in Peril http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/03/business/energy-environment/how-big-banks-are-putting-rain-forests-in-peril.html?ribbon-ad-idx=4&rref=business&module=Ribbon&version=context&region=Header&action=click&contentCollection=Business%20Day&pgtype=article

Tussen 2003 en 2005 werd maar liefst 70.000 km² van het Braziliaanse Amazonewoud ontbost, grotendeels voor veeteelt en soja. Dat is meer dan tweemaal de volledige oppervlakte van België.

Tussen 2003 en 2005 werd maar liefst 70.000 km² van het Braziliaanse Amazonewoud ontbost, grotendeels voor veeteelt en soja. Dat is meer dan tweemaal de volledige oppervlakte van België.

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