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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

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What The Fukushima? Greens Embrace Nuke Power

After dodging another Fukushima disaster, can we continue to avoid disaster of nuclear power plants on earthquake fault lines like Diabolo Canyon in California? Environmentalists have opposed nuclear power as dangerous in the past, but they are now following Obama’s lead in favoring it over power sources that emit carbon dioxide. That’s right — nuclear waste that has to be safely stored for thousands of years and is some of the most toxic substances on earth less of a threat than carbon dioxide that plants need and consume naturally. Just like Kerry said that air conditioning is a greater threat than ISIS.

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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Recommended Thermostat Settings for Home Comfort

Recommended Thermostat Settings  

During the warm weather, it is generally recommended that you set your home's cooling system to 78 degrees Fahrenheit when you are home. If you will be out of the house for four or more hours, consider raising the setting so the cooling system only comes on if the temperature tops 88 degrees Fahrenheit. It is estimated that for every degree higher you set your thermostat over 78 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer months, you could save approximately six to eight percent off your home energy bill, per degree.
So, keeping your home's temperature slightly higher and using the best settings for spring and summer can ultimately help save you money. Later in this article, we give an overview of the benefits of installing a programming thermostatto easily manage your thermostat throughout the day. 
In the winter, you can save energy and keep your costs in check by keeping your thermostat at 68 degrees Fahrenheit while you are at home during the reports that turning your thermostat lower by 10 to 15 degrees for 8 hours per day will help you see an energy usage reduction of 5 to 15 percent per year on your bill.
Depending on your family's personal comfort preferences, one idea you may consider is lowering the thermostat at night while you sleep. Many people find it comfortable to sleep in a cooler environment while using winter blankets to regulate warmth. It's important to note that indoor humidity plays a role in the comfort of the air in your home. 


Wednesday, November 16, 2016

The bitter truth about Stevia

More and more, diet sodas and other calorie-conscious products are using Stevia-derived sweeteners to satisfy consumers’ sweet tooths. But the development and commercialisation of these stevia-derived sweeteners violate the rights of the indigenous people who have used the natural sweetener for centuries.   

Indigenous groups (Paî Tavytera and Kaiowa) from the Guarani people straddling the Paraguay and Brazil border are the traditional holders of the knowledge regarding the use of the stevia plant. Their situation is critical (land grabbing, food crisis, extreme poverty, suicide, murder). They have long made use of the unique sweetening properties of Stevia leaves. But companies like Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are making huge profits while the Guaraní, and the states of Paraguay and Brazil, are being left empty-handed.

International conventions state that holders of traditional knowledge have a right to a fair and equitable sharing of the benefits arising from the commercial use of the knowledge that they have developed, protecting indigenous communities from what’s known as biopiracy. But while Guaraní knowledge is the foundation for the use of Stevia-based sweeteners by multinational brands, they aren’t receiving a dime.   

Demand that Coca Cola commits to mediated engagement with the Guaraní to agree how to share the benefits of Stevia-based products fairly.

For too long, the public has remained ignorant of the bitter truths of Stevia-based sweeteners. But thanks to a report published by Public Eye (formerly Berne Declaration), France Libertés and other European and Paraguayan associations and Universities, that’s about to change. Now, it’s time for us to come together and demand that the brands profiting from Guaraní knowledge pay their due.

Sign the petition to tell Coca Cola to settle with the Guaraní on a fair and equitable sharing of the benefits arising from the commercialization of Stevia-based products.

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Tuesday, November 15, 2016


Low levels of vitamin D are linked to a wide range of health problems

A study conducted at the University of Warwick in association with University Hospital in Coventry, United Kingdom, has shown that bladder cancer cells respond to vitamin D, which can create an immune response to attack the cancer. Not having enough vitamin D may make it incredibly difficult for the body to fight off the cancer cells.
“More clinical studies are required to test this association, but our work suggests that low levels of vitamin D in the blood may prevent the cells within the bladder from stimulating an adequate response to abnormal cells.
As vitamin D is cheap and safe, its potential use in cancer prevention is exciting and could potentially impact on the lives of many people.”
Researchers presented their work at the Society for Endocrinology in Brighton, United Kingdom. Currently, the work has not been published in a peer-reviewed journal and therefore cannot be considered conclusive.
Most people get enough vitamin D simply by being outside a few minutes a day. However, in the winter months when people avoid the outdoors or if sunlight is lacking in their location, they may be at a greater risk for not having enough of the vitamin in their system.
Vitamin D can be obtained through supplements, but also through a healthy, well balanced diet. Foods that include high levels of vitamin D are fatty fish (particularly tuna, mackerel and salmon), beef liver, cheese and egg yolk. Many dairy products are fortified with high levels of vitamin D to ensure that you meet your daily allowance.
Low levels of vitamin D may also be the culprit of a variety of other issues, which people are urged to look out for. These include depression, seasonal affective disorder, bone weakness and frequent fractures, fatigue and trouble thinking clearly.