ScienceDaily: Top Environment News: Mosquitoes reared in cooler temperatures have weaker immune systems

Jay Owen Nature/Biomimicry

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News Mosquitoes reared in cooler temperatures have weaker immune systems  Enzyme from wood-eating gribble could help turn waste into biofuel  A grassy trend in human ancestors’ diets New way fish camouflage themselves in the ocean: Manipulating how light reflects off skin  Tiger moths: Mother Nature’s fortune tellers …

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News: Strengthening legumes to tackle fertilizer pollution

Jay Owen Nature/Biomimicry

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News   Strengthening legumes to tackle fertilizer pollution Big ecosystem changes viewed through the lens of tiny carnivorous plants Asian monsoon is getting predictable: Strong correlation between summer monsoon and preceding climate pattern Wildfires can burn hot without ruining soil Source of organic matter affects Bay water …

The Economics of Curbing Speculation In Food, Water and Vital Resources

Ethical Markets Articles by Hazel Henderson

By Hazel Henderson Recent spikes in prices of rice, soy, wheat and corn have driven many poor people in developing countries into hunger and malnutrition. In 2011, then World Bank president Robert Zoellick estimated that 44 million people fell into poverty in 2010 due to rising food prices, adding, “Food …