The Editorial Board of IGN has decided to defend our environment by not backing down.
This week, IGN took the unusual step of launching a campaign titled, “Won ‘t Back Down,’ ” a plea for our readers to stand up to corporations that exploit our natural resources.
We are asking our readers not to just stand by but to take action to stop the exploitation of our planet and our childrens’ future.
To make this case, we asked IGN readers to post photos of themselves in their neighborhoods that show the damage caused by their corporate overlords.
In response, we also published an op-ed piece by a writer who identifies herself as a mother and a father who lost both their children to the toxic and carcinogenic effects of the industrial-scale industrial food processing industry.
“What is more important to me than protecting our environment?” the writer asked, “my children?”
The response to IGN’s op-eds on our website was overwhelming.
The first time the op-ad appeared, it garnered more than 12,000 comments, nearly 200,000 views, and over 4.5 million impressions.
We know this because our readers have made the effort to share the op and to post the op on their social media accounts.
We have seen the results.
A number of readers told us they were not only concerned about the toxic effects of industrial-level industrial food, but also about the effects of their food on the environment.
We also know from our own research that there is overwhelming scientific evidence that the industrial food industry is responsible for the deaths of millions of people.
But the overwhelming response to the op has also sparked a movement.
IGN readers have been telling us that they want to get more people involved in defending our environment.
The fact that the response to our op has been so strong, with so many readers joining in and sharing their stories, makes it clear that we have a problem.
The response has also demonstrated that there are people in the food industry who know what they are doing.
We need to keep going and we need to make sure that the corporate food companies who exploit our food are held accountable.
But there is a big difference between a campaign like this and a campaign for an individual’s health, which is what the FDA does.
The FDA takes actions to protect public health.
The Food and Drug Administration is a federal agency that regulates food products, including industrial food.
The government agency also investigates claims of adverse health effects, such as cancer, birth defects, or neurological conditions.
We understand that many people have a concern about the health of the environment, but the government agency that has the power to stop this sort of industrial food production is the FDA.
The truth is, we do not have enough enforcement authority.
The number of food companies that have been fined in the U.S. for violating the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) is small compared to the number of violations that the FDA investigates.
However, the FDA’s enforcement action rate is much higher than the rest of the food-industry.
The most recent data we have is that there have been 1,824 food-related food safety violations in the United States since 2005.
In the same period, there have only been 646 cases of cancer-causing chemicals that have not been properly tested for, tested and found safe by the FDA, according to data from the Center for Food Safety.
The lack of enforcement and the lack of the public outcry is not good enough.
The public deserves better.
We want the FDA to make a stronger statement and get more enforcement power to protect the public from harmful food products.
But we also know that the food manufacturers have a vested interest in keeping this industry thriving and the public is not going to be persuaded to support an initiative that is just a plea to get the companies to comply with the law.
We don’t need the FDA just to step in and help protect the environment; we need the government to step back and help ensure that the foods that we buy are safe and nutritious.
The time has come for people to get involved.
We believe the FDA should take a strong position on this issue.
But let’s face it, there are more important things at stake than the environment and the health and safety of the people who consume our food.
We do not want our children to grow up in a world where our food is treated as a commodity to be manipulated and exploited.
That’s what the industrial, food processing, and beverage industries are doing to our children.
The food industry has already made millions of dollars from a food that we eat every day.
It has a large financial stake in the current state of our food system and its future.
We must not allow them to make even more money off our food by poisoning us and our kids.
We all have a responsibility to fight back.
That includes people in industry, lawmakers and consumers.
Let’s put an end to corporate exploitation of