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Why The Ecologist has gone on-line

Zac Goldsmith

9th April, 2009

Ecologist readers will know by now that the magazine is to re-launch on-line. I want to explain why. more...
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Retro Perspective - why the Ecologist is so important

Jonathon Porritt

19th June, 2009

Unless we change our ways, the Lovelock hypothesis may come to pass – that’s why the work of the Ecologist is so important, says Jonathon Porritt.


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The End of the Line film

Ecologist

8th June, 2009

The End of the Line is the first major feature documentary film revealing the impact of overfishing on our oceans
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European elections - will Brussels go Green?

Joss Garman

3rd June, 2009

It probably isn’t too much of an exaggeration to suggest that most people are hard pushed to name a politician they really admire. In Britain, however, one name will come up time and again. more...
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The Prince's Rainforest Project says Yes We Can

Damian Tow

7th May, 2009

So what connects Prince Charles and a large green frog? This modern spin on the fable of the frog and the Prince relates to the launch on 5th May of an online video and social networking campaign in support of the Prince’s Rainforest Project (PRP). more...
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EU Parliament and the European Food Safety Agency to tighten up regulations on nanotechnology

News

15th April, 2009

Green campaigners have welcomed moves by the European Parliament to introduce new rules on nanomaterials in cosmetics. more...
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Ecologist magazine to relaunch as online brand

The Ecologist

8th April, 2009

As the world’s most respected environmental affairs magazine, the Ecologist has always embraced change. That is why as of June we will be relaunching online. This change means we can reach a much wider audience, and provide them with better quality, more up to date news and analysis, as well as substantially reducing our own environmental footprint. more...
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Sick as a pig

Jim Wickens

26th March, 2009

Another strain of MRSA is emerging from the factory farms of Northern Europe, and it is linked to the insatiable demand for cheap meat on our plates. The Ecologist Film Unit investigates
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Sustainable style is a click away

Matilda Lee

3rd March, 2009

If you're looking for stylish yet ethically produced clothes you may leave the high street empty-handed. Online, eco-boutiques offer organic, 'reclaimed to wear', and fairly traded designer collections, ultimately making shopping more enjoyable. more...
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Behind the label: Lucozade Sport with Caffeine Boost

Pat Thomas

22nd January, 2009

Biological rocket fuel they may be, but ‘sports’ drinks can be a danger to health in the long term. Pat Thomas reports more...
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Set in Stone

Emily Young

1st November, 2007

The loveliness, power and strength in stone is the raw beauty of Nature herself. In every piece of stone there is a story told more magnificent than any creation myth; a story that shocked and astonished the Christian geologists of late-1700s England when they first started to decipher, through the fossil record, the history of life on Earth. more...

Judicial review launched as oil project threatens whales

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17th August, 2007

Environmental groups have launched a judicial review into the UK’s support for an oil and gas project that threatens an endangered whale species. more...

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The Day After Tomorrow will just be even warmer

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17th May, 2007

The scenario depicted in the film ‘The Day After Tomorrow’, in which global warming triggers a new ice-age in the Northern hemisphere is unlikely to happen according to new scientific data. more...
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Factories Around the World Consider Halting Production of Biofuels as Price Soars

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26th February, 2007

Less than a month after George Bush used his State of the Union address to announce that the US would use biofuels to achieve energy independence, companies across the globe are threatening to stop production because of rising prices. more...
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Behind the label: Maybelline Superstay 16-hour lip colour

Pat Thomas

1st May, 2006

What goes on your lips can go into your mouth – and it may be far from palatable. Pat Thomas investigates more...
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The US work force - one foot in the Third World

Paul Craig Roberts

1st September, 2005

Stuck on a path of long-term economic decline, by 2024 the US will be a has-been country. more...

Tortured Soul

Jeremy Smith

8th July, 2004

Ka Hsaw Wa has seen many of his friends killed and has suffered torture at the hands of the Burmese military. Now he is taking Unocal, one of the US companies that trades with the murderous regime, to court. One of the most wanted men in Burma, talks to The Ecologist. more...
Investigations

Saving Malibu from the stars

Arnie Cooper

1st February, 2004

Barbara Streisand prides herself on being a movie star with an environmental conscience. So why did she take one man to court over his efforts to protect the California coastline? more...
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Mediterranean Massacre

Richard Ellis

1st October, 2003

Seeing bluefin tuna gaffed is like watching a thoroughbred racehorse being hacked to death with an axe. more...
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100,000,000 years old… 10 years left to live

Robert Ovetz

1st March, 2003

It swam the oceans when dinosaurs walked the earth. Now our hunger for tuna means the Pacific leatherback turtle could be extinct within 10 years. more...

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