Greenlines: Climate Talks on the Rocks, Monsanto Bad, DC School Lunches Better + 5 Fab Bikes
The Slow Cook asks: Does DC’s sweeping new legislation on healthy school lunches go far enough?
The Washington Post reports that UN climate talks were temporarily suspended this morning after a block of developing countries walked out. But Miles Grant says the death of the Copenhagen talks have been greatly exaggerated. Here’s a link to his “brief note on bullshit,” which doesn’t directly relate to the Post story but provides some context to last weeks climate saga.
The Associated Press breaks a story of Monsanto’s business practices. “Confidential contracts detailing Monsanto Co.’s business practices reveal how the world’s biggest seed developer is squeezing competitors, controlling smaller seed companies and protecting its dominance over the multibillion-dollar market for genetically altered crops, an Associated Press investigation has found.” Read more.
Finally, from Tree Hugger: “5 Fab Bike Solutions Seen On The Streets At COP-15”
Enjoy! And, don’t be spinning your wheels today!
Posted on December 14, 2009, in DC green, Global Warming and tagged bikes, Copenhagen, cyclists, DC public schools, GMO, healthy schools, Monsanto, School Lunches, UN, UN Climate Talks. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.