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No to Bt-Brinjal, reads a banner at a protest in New Delhi. Photo: Joe Athialy via Flickr.com.

Bangladesh - farmers say no to GM vegetables

Mae-Wan Ho

3rd January 2014

Plans to introduce a controversial GM variety of brinjal (aubergine / eggplant) in Bangladesh are opposed by 100 civil society organisations around the world. As Mae Wan Ho reports, the issue is arousing powerful passions ... more...
The Banaue rice terraces in the Philippines have been declared free of all genetically modified orgaisms (GMOs). Photo: Agricmarketing at en.wikipedia.org.

Golden Rice ignores the risks, the people and the real solutions

Daniel Ocampo

28th December 2013

'Golden Rice' is being promoted by GM advocates as a solution to malnutrition. But Daniel Ocampo says it is for the 'target populations' in the Philippines and elsewhere to decide whether to accept the technology - and they don't want it! more...
Yeb Sano

Let us stop this madness!

Yeb Sano, lead negotiator for the Philippines.

12th November 2013

Speaking to the UNFCCC in Warsaw, shortly after Typhoon Taiyan devastated his country, Philippines climate negotiator Yeb Sano makes an impassioned case for decisive action on climate. more...
Tropical storm. Image from shutterstock.com.

Typhoon Haiyan: the shape of things to come?

Peter Hannam for the Sydney Morning Herald

12th November 2013

Extreme storm events such as super typhoon Haiyan, which wreaked havoc in the Philippines on Friday, are more likely in the future as the build-up of greenhouse gases warms the planet, scientists say. more...
Philippine farmers

Foreign land grabbing leaves Filipino farmers with nothing

Theodora Tsentas

26th July, 2010

Advocates of foreign ownership of agricultural land say it brings wealth, infrastructure and new farming techniques; opponents say that displaced and deskilled smallholders are often the result more...
How old will you be in 2050?

Climate justice: should the unborn have legal rights?

Andrew Hickman

8th December, 2009

The biggest victims of climate change have no voice - in fact they are not even born yet - but the argument for giving them legal rights is not so far fetched more...
A rice field in Madagascar

Extent of agricultural land-grab revealed on new website

Eifion Rees

22nd June, 2009

With rich, resource-poor nations increasingly outsourcing their food production to less developed nations, a new website aims to expose the extent of the agricultural land-grab epidemic more...

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