“Denial, Greediness … Mindless souls betraying the very essence of their source of life. Where inventing survival adaptation has no reasonable argument”
As seas become warmer and more polluted, our bacteria may move in.
By Ker Than, for National Geographic News
Published August 20, 2011
“As part of a project funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Water Institute undertook a review of peer-reviewed and grey literature to examine pathways of unsafe return of human excreta to the environment. The review was conducted to inform a proof of concept to estimate the fraction of human excreta unsafely returned to the environment.”
Source document:FAO (2013). Summary & Details: GreenFacts
Latest update: 20 February 2015
According to an International non profit environmental Organization, The Natural Resources Defense Council’s report, “Food production accounts for 80% of the country’s fresh water consumption, but the waste of food means 25% of the fresh water is actually wasted.”
“Pharmaceuticals and pesticides in waste could potentially accumulate in every loop of the treatment system and spread to the environment”. Read more ….. & ….. “Fly larvae composting could thus impede the spread of pharmaceuticals and pesticides into the environment.”
The full economic, environmental and social costs of food loss and waste.
The world’s environmental management systems standard, ISO 14001, has been revised. Here, Kevin McKinley, Acting ISO Secretary-General, and Anne-Marie Warris, Chair of the subcommittee that revised ISO 14001, tell you everything you need to know about the new edition of this landmark standard that is helping organizations around the world to reduce their impact on our environment.
List of waste types