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March 2010 newsletter pages

March 2010 printable subscriber newsletter

Ecologist

26th February, 2010

In this month's newsletter we print a special, two-part investigation in jatropha biofuels, look at the horrors of the shipbreaking industry in Bangladesh, examine the possibility of a trade war as a result of climate change policy, and ask whether we are paying too high an environmental price for the convenience of the Pill. To download, login and scroll to the bottom of the page... more...
February 2010 newsletter

February 2010 printable subscriber newsletter

Ecologist

1st February, 2010

In this month's newsletter, we look at using historical records to understand today's fish populations; we wonder whether existing sustainable businesses will support tomorrow's economy; we look at the worrying prospect of peak phosphorus and uncover the green truth about tetrapak food cartons. To download the newsletter, log in and scroll to the bottom of the page... more...
January 2010 newsletter

January 2010 printable subscriber newsletter

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5th January 2010

In this month's newsletter, we ask whether greens have got it wrong about tar sands, learn from a remote Scottish community, look at land struggles in Africa, examine the claims for carbon capture, and look at whether sugar might be the new oil. To download, log-in and scroll to the bottom of the page... more...
December newsletter

December 2009 printable subscriber newsletter

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27th November, 2009

In this month's newsletter we look at the implications of a plan to privatise Indonesia's coastline; we ask whether fossil carbon and tree carbon are equivalent; examine whether the Arctic will become more dangerous as it melts; and wonder whether evolution has anything to offer environmentalists. To download, scroll to the bottom of the page... more...

November 2009 printable subscriber newsletter

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30th October, 2009

In this month's newsletter we take a look at a radical new approach to fish-farming, document the human and environmental cost of soya production for cheap livestock farming, examine the technologies which promise to make shipping green, and ask how we can tell which companies are really green. To download, log in and scroll to the bottom of the page... more...

October 2009 printable subscriber newsletter

Ecologist

28th September, 2009

In this month's newsletter we take an in-depth look at work-time reduction, analyse whether cows could help stop climate change, ask if the Church could do more to tackle global warming, and look at both sides of the debate over whether we can still trust the FSC. To download, log in and scroll to the bottom of the page... more...

September 2009 printable subscriber newsletter

Ecologist

28th August, 2009

This month, we pay tribute to the sad death of our founder, Edward Goldsmith, we look at how local councils could be about to waste our waste, look into a case of man vs forest, look in depth at the chemical industry and find out about the community fighting tar sands development in Alberta, Canada. To download the newsletter, you'll need to log in using your username and password, then scroll to the bottom of this page and click on the link more...
August 2009 newsletter

August 2009 printable subscriber newsletter

Ecologist

31st July, 2009

In this month's newsletter, we profile one woman standing against coal-mining in the US, show how hospitals, schools and councils could source local food, delve into the science of mobile phones and health, and learn lessons from the first ever climate change evacuation. Scroll to the bottom of the page to download the newsletter more...
July 2009 subscribers newsletter

July 2009 printable subscriber newsletter

Ecologist

30th June, 2009

Despite only launching the website on June 19th, we already have a raft of great content for you to read. In this newsletter you can read our exclusive expose of Vedanta Resources plc's shareholders, our report on the decay of World Heritage Sites and a meaty investigation into the viability of using biochar to mitigate climate change. To download, log in with your username and password, then scroll to the bottom of this article... more...

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