Featured Members

All Members (1,888)

Anastacia Townsend

Ashland, OR, United States

Michelle Renee Koch

Newport Oregon, United States Minor…

lilywood

Ashland, OR, United States

Marcus Gillette

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, United…

Harvey Austin

Medford, OR, United States

Evang eteras

Beverly Hills, CA, United States

Roxanna Duntley-Matos

Kalamazoo, MI, United States

michael a veys

Ashland, OR, United States

Central Point Chamber

Central Point, OR, United States

John Pitts

Orillia, Ontario (area), Canada

Helen Sanderson

New York, NY, United States

John Martin

New York, NY, United States

Renice Stewart-Perez

San Clemente, CA, United States

Hannon Library

Ashland, OR, United States

Jasville Smith Kent

Houston, TX, United States

Elder Mountain Dreaming

Ashland, OR, United States

Nancy Slocum

Phoenix, OR, United States

Lizzy Hoke

Key West, FL, United States

Kimberly Hancock

Gasquet, CA, United States

Peggy Smith

Medford, OR, United States

Earth & Eco News

Tainted: Can California solve pot's pesticide problem? | The Cannifornian

The big difference will be the amount of pesticides in your weed. That’s because starting Jan. 2,  when California’s vast legal marijuana market opens, all cannabis must be tested — and most chemicals will be banned. Much of California’s cannabis is tainted, including the “medicinal” stuff. But soon state-sanctioned weed may become the greenest in the nation.

Monsanto, Bayer, DuPont, Dow Chemical, and Syngenta defend their coming oligopoly (MON) (DD) (DOW) (SYT) | Quartz

Top executives from Bayer, Monsanto, DuPont, Dow Chemical, and Syngenta today (Sept. 20) testified before the US Senate Judiciary Committee in Washington, making a case for why federal regulators should approve the mega-mergers, which stand to fundamentally reorganize global agriculture. (Executives from the sixth company involved in the consolidation, China National Chemical Corp., declined an invitation to appear at the hearing.)

Electric car use by country | Wikipedia

Increasing adoption of electric vehicles around the world has in recent years been expanding rapidly. As of the end of 2016: Cumulative global sales of highway legal plug-in electric passenger cars and light utility vehicles achieved the 2 million unit milestone in December 2016, of which, 38% were sold in 2016.[1]. The 1 million milestone had only been reached in September 2016. Global sales of the light-duty plug-in vehicle segment achieved a 0.86% market share of total new car sales, up from 0.62% in 2015 and 0.38% in 2014.[3] The global ratio between all-electric cars (BEVs) and plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) was 61:39, up from 59:41 at the end of 2015. Cumulative sales of plug-in hybrids totaled almost 800,000 units. Despite their rapid growth, plug-in electric cars represented only 0.15% of the 1.4 billion motor vehicles on the world's roads, up from 0.1% in 2015.

© 2017   Created by Ashland Source Center.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service