Monthly Archives: January 2004

Blair Bets a British Bundle on Massive Cuts in Energy Use to Reduce Greenhouse Gases

Dennis Avery The British government – a firm believer in global warming despite the chilliest winter in recent memory – is about to wager a good portion of the Exchequer in support of its “true green” belief. On January 20, … Continue reading

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Farmed Salmon: Should We Listen To Activists or Food Safety Experts?

Dennis Avery and Alex Avery Last year an activist group warned, on the basis of testing 14 fish, that farmed salmon posed a ‘grave cancer risk’ due to traces (from their feed) of dioxin, PCBs, and pesticide residues that accumulate … Continue reading

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Global Cooling Kills Thousands

Dennis Avery ‘Global cooling’ has killed thousands of people during the past couple of weeks. In a foretaste of the next Little Ice Age, thousands of elderly and street people died of cold in frigid Western Europe and hundreds in … Continue reading

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New York Needs Better Farming Advice

Dennis Avery New York City hasn’t understood food production since it gave up horse-carts 80 years ago. (The horse-carts used to bring produce and milk into the city, and then haul millions of tons of horse manure from the city’s … Continue reading

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Fearless Food-Related Forecasts for 2004

Dennis Avery Food will continue to be an emotional hot-button for people in 2004, as it has been for thousands–if not millions-of years. Our first, and safest, prediction is that the world’s farmers will again produce record amounts of food, … Continue reading

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