Based on this latest assessment, EFSA upheld the finding of its 2010 review that the existing tolerable daily intake (TDI) for BPA would “protect all human populations for lifetime exposure to this substance through diet.” Continue reading European Food Safety Authority Once Again Reaffirms the Safety of BPA
Only 44% of children’s hospitals offered “low cal” salad dressing, while 81% offered cookies. Quelle horreur! Continue reading Food nannies want to torture kids in hospitals with ‘healthy’ food
What exactly does a correlation between a 40% plunge in atmospheric CO2 and Antarctic cooling over a 3 million-year period prove? Continue reading Plunge in CO2 put the freeze on Antarctica?
And how do researchers know that? Continue reading Columbia River salmon are adapting to climate change?
That shouldn’t cost too much since only about 6,000 were sold. Continue reading Flameout: GM offers to buy back Volts
EPA air rules are pro-life? Continue reading Evangelicals: For God and EPA?
Only if you add in a “maintenance cost” fudge factor. Continue reading LED lighting saves money?
It’s a good thing there’s no federal budget crisis. Continue reading U.S. spent $3.1 billion on foreign climate aid in 2011
The EU will miss its 2020 wind targets because the welfare state is running out of money. Continue reading European budget woes hit wind industry
We thought it was bad enough that zoos were propagandizing visitors like the child pictured below children. But then we learned about the Michael Mann connection. Continue reading Penn State (ideological) child abuse? Mann advising zoos on climate
That’s what the Obama administration says. The American Beverage Association begs to differ. Continue reading Energy drinks a public health problem?
… including farm dust. Continue reading House committee passes bill to ban EPA regulation of nuisance dust