New report finds entire lifecycle of plastics a threat to human health 

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A Critical Look at Peak Oil Catastrophism

The Green Changemakers

by Toby Hemenway There is no doubt that oil is running out. Our demand for oil is unchangeable and is not significantly affected by price. We are so badly addicted to oil that we will watch our civilization collapse rather than change our behavior. Significant oil conservation is not possible in the time frame needed. Even with conservation, demand will be more than oil plus alternatives can possibly meet.


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Coconut oil production is a danger to vulnerable species


Coconut oil has been in the spotlight for a while now as a superstar for personal care and healthier eating. It might seem like a miracle product, but a new study is highlighting the negative impacts of coconut oil that lurk in the shadows. Other oils, mainly palm oil , have made headlines for years. Grown in tropical areas, palm oil harvested from trees is widely acknowledged as a threat to the habitats of endangered species.

Palms Up To Palm Oil

Eco Friendly Daily

Demonstrators have been focusing their efforts on commercial users of palm oil. Now seemingly ubiquitous in many countries, this oil has various uses – and it is vying with soybean oil for the title of “most widely produced vegetable oil”. Conservation concerns centre on palm tree monocultures, with their attendant environmental repercussions. Palm oil comes from the fruit of the African oil palm, Elaeis guineensis.