Candida Brady, director of Trashed made the film because waste "is a huge universal problem, affecting us all and needing all of our attention -- now."
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Nobody knows just how much of a risk toxins in our food really pose. But we're exposed to dozens, if not hundreds, of chemicals, and the effects of some multiple exposures may be more than the sum of their parts.
by Sarah Laskow, Media Consortium blogger
Agribusiness giant Monsanto is strengthening its hold over the food system both in this country and abroad,...
The specter of garbage trucks exiting Interstate 10 and tearing past their homes to a plant that would vaporize city trash has residents of the Melia Subdivision in New Orleans East worried.
The United States has one of the safest food supplies in the world, and the current amount of dioxin we are being exposed to through food is so low that it does not pose a health risk.
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