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- Siddhartha V. Shah Named Director Of The Mead Art Museum At Amherst College – Amherst Indy October 6, 2022
- From the Galleons to the Highlands: Slave Trade Routes in the Spanish Americas (Diálogos Series): Alex Borucki, David Eltis, David Wheat October 6, 2022
- The Spanish Caribbean and the Atlantic World in the Long Sixteenth Century: David Wheat; Ida Altman October 6, 2022
- Haiti in chaos as economy tanks and violence soars October 5, 2022
- Organizing a Key Battleground State with @New Georgia Project Action Fund October 5, 2022
- OPEC+ agrees to cut oil production to boost prices • FRANCE 24 English October 5, 2022
- Oath Keepers Leader On Trial Says Group ‘Should Have Brought Rifles’ On Jan. 6 October 5, 2022
- Far Right Threatens Civil War If Trump Fund Guilty October 5, 2022
- Yale Library responds to coronavirus pandemic – Yale Daily News October 5, 2022
- Haiti Update: Gangs Rule Much of Capital Amid Protests over Fuel Costs, Calls for PM to Resign October 5, 2022
- Crisis in Haiti October 5, 2022
- A Critical Re-examination of Portolan Charts with a Reassessment of Their Replication and Seaboard Function | Tony Campbell | Copyright © 2011-2022 October 5, 2022
- Mediterranean portolan charts: their origin in the mental maps of medieval sailors, their function and their early development (an extended essay) | by Tony Campbell | Copyright ©2021 October 5, 2022
- Temple Grandin | The Life Autistic October 5, 2022
- HBO Films: Temple Grandin – A Behind The Scenes Featurette (HBO) October 5, 2022
- Virtual: The Story of Prester John | Harvard Library October 5, 2022
- Digital Collections at the Beinecke Library | Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library October 5, 2022
- Transfer of pre-1900 Map Collection to the Beinecke Library | Yale University Library October 5, 2022
- Asia-Pacific Symposium on Agrifood Systems Transformation (5 October 2022) October 5, 2022
- Mary Trump: Everything Donald Has Done Is A ‘Prelude To Worse Things To Come’ October 5, 2022
- After the Storm, the Mold: Warming Is Worsening Another Costly Disaster – The New York Times October 5, 2022
- Florida’s GOP Leaders Opposed Climate Aid. Now They’re Depending on It. – The New York Times October 5, 2022
- University makes major push for diversity without considering race, gender in admissions October 4, 2022
- EPA creates new office to advance environmental justice initiatives : NPR October 4, 2022
- Could the Gulf Stream Collapse? | The Agenda October 4, 2022
- A Sleeping Giant: Why Permafrost is a Climate Threat | The Agenda October 4, 2022
- Beyond 1.5 Series | Tipping points: Is there a point of no return? October 4, 2022
- Global Tipping Points for Planet Earth October 4, 2022
- Wind and climate change | DW Documentary October 4, 2022
- Coup after coup: After Mali, pro-Russia sentiment stoked in Burkina Faso • FRANCE 24 English October 4, 2022
- “A Complex and Devastating Crisis”: Burkina Faso Sees Second Military Coup This Ye ar October 4, 2022
- UK government U-turns on controversial tax policy – BBC News October 4, 2022
- UK drops plans for controversial top rate tax cut | DW News October 4, 2022
- Is the UK heading for economic disaster? | DW Business October 4, 2022
- Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson Makes History; SCOTUS Poised to Roll Back Voting Rights & Aff. Action October 4, 2022
- Race and Slavery in the Atlantic World to 1900 October 4, 2022
- Conversations in Black Freedom Studies: Challenging Systems of Oppression Registration, Thu, Oct 6, 2022 at 6:30 PM | Eventbrite October 4, 2022
- Noam Chomsky & Vijay Prashad on Ukraine, Why U.S. Must Negotiate with Russia & What Media Gets Wrong October 3, 2022
- What’s behind the coup in Burkina Faso? | DW News October 3, 2022
- UN International Day of Older Persons 2022 | United Nations October 3, 2022
- 2022 Planetary Health Annual Meeting (PHAM) – Harvard – Registration October 3, 2022
- Hurricane Ian death toll rising | WNT October 2, 2022
- Florida Faces Dire New Threat In Hurricane Ian’s Aftermath October 2, 2022
- Queen Elizabeth II’s death renews discussions on Britain’s legacy of colonialism | Caroline Elkins October 2, 2022
- ‘Legacy of Violence’ documents the dark side of the British Empire | Caroline Elkins | WBUR October 2, 2022
- XR’s 3 buses are bringing deliberative democracy and movement building to places across the UK October 2, 2022
- Live: Brazil’s presidential race goes to runoff as Bolsonaro, Lula neck and neck • FRANCE 24 October 2, 2022
- What Will Life Look Like as MAJOR Rivers Run Dry? October 2, 2022
- Brazil elections 2022: It’s Bolsonaro vs Lula, explained October 2, 2022
- BBC News Channel – Grenada: Confronting the Past October 2, 2022
Daily Archives: July 2, 2019
Published on Jul 2, 2019
Exposing Industry and Government Lies About Safety of Genetically Engineered Foods
The biotech industry’s claim that genetically modified (GM) foods are safe is shattered in this groundbreaking lecture. Safety assessments on GM crops are not competent to identify the health problems, and industry research is rigged to avoid finding problems.
This lecture is for anyone wanting to understand GM technology, to learn how to protect themselves, or to share their concerns with others. It is presented in the clear, accessible style that made Jeffrey Smith’s Seeds of Deception the world’s best-selling book on genetically engineered foods.
The leading consumer advocate promoting healthier non-GMO choices, Jeffrey Smith’s meticulous research documents how biotech companies continue to mislead legislators and safety officials to put the health of society at risk and the environment in peril. His work expertly summarizes why the safety assessments conducted by the FDA and regulators worldwide teeter on a foundation of outdated science and false assumptions, and why genetically engineered foods must urgently become our nation’s top food safety priority.
Mr. Smith’s feature-length documentary Genetic Roulette-The Gamble of Our Lives was awarded the 2012 Movie of the Year (Solari Report) and the Transformational Film of the Year (AwareGuide). Described as a “life-changer” and seen by millions worldwide, the film links genetically engineered food to toxic and allergic reactions, infertility, digestive disorders, and numerous problems that have been on the rise in the US population since genetically modified organisms (GMOs) were introduced.
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Published on Jul 2, 2019
This short video will help prepare students in STOCKSCH 379, Agricultural Systems Thinking, for a homework assignment on identifying structures that impact human behavior.
Published on Jul 2, 2019
British Academy Film Award and Academy Award nominee, Keira Knightley, OBE, has come out in support of Extinction Rebellion.
Keira has lent her voice to defend the climate and tell the truth in this new, short film that summarises the crisis from how we got here, and what we must do now.
The animation shows why government must enter crisis mode and choose a different path than the one we are on because it will lead us to extinction.
Keira joins Emma Thompson, Stephen Fry, William Dafoe, Javier Bardem, Paloma Faith, Radiohead and all other people who know that we are facing an unprecedented global emergency.
Learn more and #rebelforlife
World Map of Extinction Rebellion Groups: http://bit.ly/2wri78B
Published on Feb 27, 2017
Archeologists and scholars are learning more about Africa than ever before, from the digitization of records and the unearthing of ancient treasures. Audie Cornish talks with Henry Louis Gates Jr. of Harvard University about Africa’s rich but overlooked history and how his six-part PBS series “Africa’s Great Civilizations” took shape.
Published on Jun 26, 2019
Presenters: Volker Krey (IIASA) and Jonas Parnow (FHP) Summary: The scenario finder helps to quickly identify relevant scenarios and is designed based on use cases identified by stakeholders. It allows to filter scenarios by qualitative metadata, results, and input assumptions. The first prototype is online and allows filtering by qualitative data, but will soon be updated to integrate value-based filtering and to enable to inspect a selection of the scenarios into the scenario explorer.
Published on Jun 26, 2019
Presenter: Boris Mueller (FHP) Summary: SENSES Toolkit gives access to modules that allow you to learn about scenarios, explore them and to download and share insights. Specific finance and policy portals will give access to a subset of modules which are considered especially relevant for these sectors. The toolkit can be navigated vertically following the three columns learn, explore & share, as well as horizontally through links within the modules.