Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), nicknamed “Forever Chemicals” because of their very high stability, and which are used in everyday consumer products (e.g., cosmetics, packaging), can have harmful effects on human health.
All the studies unequivocally show that a reduction in environmental damage caused by food production necessarily requires a reduction in the consumption of animal products, in particular those from cattle farming.
From British Columbia to the island of Evia, wildfires are increasingly part of the global landscape. The health impacts of these blazes on global health are unequivocal. Here is an overview of a natural phenomenon exacerbated by climate change.