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May 2012 Subscribers Newsletter

Ecologist

May 8th, 2012

Welcome to the May Subscribers Newsletter. This month we investigate the complexities of prosecuting corporations accused of plundering natural resources in war; report from Ethiopia on the future of the pastoralist tribes and ask whether we can better use technology to tackle the eco crisis. To access your newsletter log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page more...
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April 2012 Subscribers Newsletter

Ecologist

6th April, 2012

Welcome to April's newsletter, featuring all our investigations published during March. These include an exclusive look at the rise of so-called 'nutraceuticals', and a follow up to last year's disturbing probe into the human victims of antibiotic 'poisoning', otherwise known as adverse reactions. This month we reveal which prescription drugs are most likely to harm or kill you... according to official UK data. To access your PDF log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page more...
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March 2012 Subscribers Newsletter

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5th March, 2012

Welcome to the March 2012 Ecologist subscribers newsletter, this month including our exclusive - groundbreaking - investigation from southern Italy examining the working and living conditions for migrants harvesting oranges. Plus: get an exclusive sneak preview of our maternity special report. To access this plus your newsletter log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page more...
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February 2012 Subscribers Newsletter

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12th February 2012

Welcome to the February 2012 subscribers newsletter. To access this month's PDF, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page... more...

January 2012 Subscribers Newsletter

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10th January, 2012

Welcome to the January 2012 subscribers newsletter. To access this month's PDF, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page... more...
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December 2011 Subscribers Newsletter

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13th December, 2011

Welcome to the December Subscribers Newsletter. To access your unique content, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page... more...
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November 2011 Monthly Subscribers Newsletter

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6th November, 2011

Welcome to the November subscribers newsletter, this month concentrating on the future of the Arctic, the wildlife trade in Laos, and coal mining in Spain. To access this content, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page... more...
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October 2011 Monthly Subscribers Newsletter

Ecologist

17th October, 2011

This month we investigate the complex issue of food speculation - looking at the impact speculative trading of food commodities, such as wheat, has on the price of food. To access your newsletter log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page more...
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September 2011 Monthly Subscribers Newsletter

Ecologist

16th september, 2011

In this month's newsletter we look at the fate of Britain's red squirrels and the world's polar bears, examine why Alaska's wild berries could hold vital health properties, report on allegations of corruption in Sarawak and - in a special investigation - uncover the 'slavery' behind our love affair with tinned tomatoes. To access your newsletter log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page more...
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August 2011 Monthly Subscribers Newsletter

Ecologist

16th August, 2011

This month's newsletter looks at the return of the trade in blood diamonds and includes a special focus on sport and the environment
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July 2011 monthly subscribers newsletter

The Ecologist

July 10th 2011

This month we report on pesticide labelling, government food policy, conflict and climate change, alternative lifestyles and the future of direct action campaigning. To access this content, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page, where you can download your newsletter more...
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June 2011 monthly subscribers newsletter

Ecologist

12th June 2011

Welcome to your June subscribers newsletter. This month we look at, amongst other issues, the timber mafia threatening the Siberian tiger, fair trade carbon credits, the problems with peat and Namibia's conservation programme... To access this content, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page, where you can download your newsletter more...

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May 2011 Monthly Subscribers Newsletter

Ecologist

May 11th, 2011

Welcome to your May subscribers newsletter. This month is a full and varied read taking in carbon trading, beef production, rare earths and shale gas as well as a special on health. To access this exclusive content plus other articles, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page, where you can download your newsletter more...
Investigations

April 2011 Monthly Subscribers Newsletter

The Ecologist

April 2011

This month we look at the hidden cost of the London 2012 Olympic games, report on the remarkable activist tackling the oil industry in Canada, delve into the world of invasive plants, and examine current trends in the renewables sector. To access this exclusive content plus other articles, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page, there you can choose to download your newsletter in one of two formats... more...

March 2011 subscribers printable monthly newsletter

The Ecologist

7th March, 2011

This month we look at efforts to tackle the 'resource curse', examine the growing conflict over wolves, find out what really lies behind our love affair with French baguettes, hear why some charities are suffering because of an unusual crime wave, and ask why the FAO are saying tribal people hold the key to tackling world hunger. To access this exclusive content plus other articles, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page... more...
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Open letter from Douglas Gowan

Douglas Gowan

16th August, 2007

In an open letter to the Ecologist, Douglas Gowan has detailed a two-year smear campaign waged against him in the Seventies by Monsanto, details of which were known to the Agency and were only revealed when Gowan submitted a Freedom of Information request. Who was it protecting? more...

February 2011 Printable Subscribers Newsletter

Ecologist

7th February,2011

This month - in a very full newsletter - we take on shark finning, Middle Eastern water wars, contaminated eggs, roadbuilding, undercover police and coral reefs... to access this exclusive content plus other articles, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page... more...
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January 2011 Printable Subscribers Newsletter

Ecologist

11th January, 2011

This month we examine the hurdles facing the creation of a Green Investment Bank, assess whether a new generation of stock exchanges can tackle global woes; meet the families tackling climate change and report on the mega port threatening Kenya's coastal communities... to access this exclusive content plus other articles, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page... more...

December 2010 Printable Subscribers Newsletter

Ecologist

December 7th, 2010

This month we highlight the potential dangers of controversial hydraulic fracturing as the scramble for natural gas intensifies, we report on uranium mining in the US, probe Egypt's factory farming boom and examine efforts being made by supermarkets to deal with excess packaging waste... To access this exclusive content plus other articles, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page... more...
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November 2010 Printable Subscribers Newsletter

Ecologist

November 2nd, 2010

This month we investigate the scandal of the Roma people forced to scavenge e-waste; uncover how pirate fishing is fuelling the European immigration crisis plus examine the complex workings of the much talked about Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement. To access this exclusive content plus other articles, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page... more...
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October 2010 printable subscribers newsletter

The Ecologist

October 1st, 2010

In this month's hard-hitting selection of reports we investigate carbon trading in Tanzania, examine the scandal of bush-meat in Guinea-Bissau, expose the shocking reality of mega-dairies' in the US and report on the innovative land manager attracting widespread attention in Shropshire. To access this exclusive content, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page... more...
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September 2010 printable subscriber newsletter

Ecologist

27th August 2010

In this month's newsletter we ask lots of timely questions: Just what is the UN's Codex Alimentarius and what does it mean for our food and health? Can consuming insects really provide a solution to the world's meat problems? Have the ecological impacts of solar power technologies been overlooked in our rush to embrace this 'green' solution? We also hear about the new generation of eco-friendly taxis and get the low-down on the newest book on the block dealing with eco-homes... To access this exclusive content, log in and scroll down to the bottom of the page
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Letter: water use need not stall desert solar power

Dr Gerry Wolff

25th August, 2010

Yes, pioneering concentrating solar power plants are thirsty facilities, but their water use requirements could be made dramatically less more...
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August 2010 printable subscriber newsletter

Ecologist

29th July 2010

This month's newsletter looks at putting communities back in charge of their forests, the effects of petrol prices on environmental behaviour, the depletion of oxygen levels in the ocean, the restoration of one of the world's biggest landfill sites and the huge opportunities of decentralised, open source manufacturing. To download the newsletter, log in and scroll to the bottom of the page... more...
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July 2010 printable subscriber newsletter

Ecologist

29th June, 2010

In this months newsletter, we look at the impact of uranium mining in Niger, ask whether certain species of herbivorous fish can help save our coral reefs, look at the remarkable sustainable community of Las Gaviotas, and scrutinise Findhorn's green sewage system, the Living Machine. To download, log in and scroll to the bottom of the page... more...

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