Organic food has gone from fad to regular feature on supermarket shelves. But many consumers ask whether it is worth buying because it’s often more expensive than regular produce.
Today’s youth wake up to a world of rejection, pressure, unsafe sex, drugs, violence and hate. The repercussions of this type of environment include depression, alcohol and drug abuse, teen pregnancy, hopelessness and suicide. These are our kids, our future, and they need our help.
Continuing a tradition of partnering with innovative artists and designers, DC is proud to announce its collaboration with Los Angeles based art collective CYRCLE. The group’s two artists, Rabî and Davey, bring creativity, a passion for skateboarding, and unique artistic perspective to this.
When a sailboat is moving through the water with a perfectly balanced helm, and all of the parts of the elements of the boat’s design are doing what they are supposed to be doing there is a feeling of balance — it’s a powerful and visceral thing to experience
A study by a team of biologists found that popular sauces and marinades contain a range of spices, fruits and vegetables which contain natural antioxidants. These are chemical compounds which fight diseases associated with old age such as cancer, heart problems, strokes, Alzheimer’s, arthritis and cataracts.
In July 2006, a historic agreement was signed to protect the Amazon rainforest. Former antagonists from the soya industry, NGOs and corporate sector reconciled their difference and agreed on the Soya Moratorium.
On September 15, 2016, Greenpeace turns 45 years old. On that day in 1971, the founding voyage to Amchitka Island set sail and gave birth to the organization. We celebrate 45 years of people power.
Several years ago, a loyal longtime employee told me her boyfriend had taken a job in New York City-and that she was going with him. I panicked: What were we going to do without her? How would we replace her? How long did we have? Then she threw something at me I hadn’t considered: She asked whether she could work from her new home.
Experts, likely fed up of watching people sliding thin slices of Neapolitan pizza from their plates and watching the toppings slide off before dangling the scrawny remnants into their mouths, are very vocal about the right way to eat the Italian dish.
New research funded by farmers aims to breed a wheat variety for people who can’t eat gluten, an endeavor that comes as wider consumer interest in gluten-free foods is booming.