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I'll take the non-GMO, please. Photo: J.C. Burns via Flickr.com.

Supreme Court denies US farmers protection against Monsanto

Food Democracy Now

15th January 2014

The US Supreme Court has denied organic and GMO-free farmers their day in Court against Monsanto - leaving them unable to challenge the company's patents or seek redress for GMO seed contamination. more...
M/V Akademik Shokalskiy at anchor in the Penola Strait, off Petermann Island, in Antarctica. Photo: AntarcticBoy via Flickr.com.

Global warming scientists stuck in Antarctic summer freeze?

Stephan Lewandowsky

7th January 2014

Climate change skeptics have seized on the tale of the 'global warming scientists' stranded in Antarctica by a summer freeze-up. But Stephan Lewandowsky says there is more to the story than meets the eye ... more...

Cheerios go GM-free

Oliver Tickell

4th January 2013

After 40,000 Facebook posts on General Mills Facebook page demanding GM-free Cheerios, the company announces - 'original' Cheerios contain no GM ingredients. more...

2014 - the UK's GM-free year!

The Ecologist

30th December 2013

Despite the best efforts of the GM industry and Government, no GM trials are to take place in the UK in 2014. Could this spell the beginning of the end for genetically modified crops in the country? more...
Randy Schekman. Photo: eLife Sciences Publications via Flickr.com.

Let the science go free

Randy Schekman

23rd December 2013

Science must break free from the stifling grip of luxury journals, argues Randy Schekman. The future of scientific publication lies with online, 'open access' journals which make science available to all. more...
Food to share! Photo: Incredible Edible.

Incredible Edible Todmorden

Julian Dobson

1st January 2014

Todmorden in Yorkshire's Calder Valley has been transformed by free food growing on its streets, parks and even its rooftops. Julian Dobson tells the inspiring story of Incredible Edible and how the transformational project is going global .... more...
Khone-Phapheng Falls. Photo: hiroo yamagata via flikr.com.

The Mekong must run free!

Tom Fawthrop

14th December 2013

The Mekong is among Southeast Asia's greatest rivers, sustaining tens of millions from its abundant fisheries and its floodwaters which both irrigate and fertilise. But as Tom Fawthrop reports, Nature's bounty, and beauty, are at risk from a series of 11 dams. more...

California's lone wolf returns

Oliver Tickell

11th December 2013

California has been wolf-free for 90 years. But now a lone wild wolf is moving in over the Golden State's border with Oregon, most recently last weekend. But pending full legal protection there are fears for its future. more...

Avaaz TPP petition sabotaged?

Oliver Tickell

6th December 2013

Suspicions are growing of a deliberate sabotage of an Avaaz petition calling for an end to the TPP 'free trade' negotiations which resume on Monday. The presumed attack brought the petition down and wiped over 800,000 signatures. more...

Frackers sue Colorado frack-free cities

The Ecologist

4th November 2013

Fort Collins and Lafayette are the targets of lawsuits by Colorado frackers, who claim that local bans on fracking within City boundaries violate State laws. more...
Assortment of LED bulbs. Photo: Geoffrey.landis / Wikimedia Commons.

Give away LED light bulbs!

Chris Goodall

4th December 2013

To avoid future electricity shortages the UK needs to reduce peak demand - at 5.15pm on a December evening. The simple answer, proposes Chris Goodall, is to distribute free LED light bulbs to every household in the UK. more...
Peter Greaves

Fossil Free Europe Tour

Peter Greaves

13th November 2013

Bill McKibben is a charismatic speaker, a sort of Billy Graham for the Environment, filled with an evangelical fervour, writes Peter Greaves. But ... more...

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Lord Stern snubbed as free trade trumps climate change

Alex Stevenson

November 6th, 2013

Lord Stern's bold initiative to tackle climate change "unhelpful" says UK Government: free trade and economic growth take precedence over climate change ... more...

Falling Fruit: A global collaborative foraging map

November 1st

Ruth Stokes

Ruth Stokes tells The Ecologist about an ingenious new online tool that encourages all of us, especially the yet-to-be-converted, to indulge in the free edible goodness found throughout our urban spaces more...

Go fossil-free, urge investment managers

Kieran Cooke

28th October 2013

Fossil fuel companies are feeling the heat from investors concerned that many of their assets may prove worthless. more...

Pity the freezing children of Norway

October 25th, 2013

Deborah Doane

Deborah Doane believes that the idea of development should be rooted in empathy and solidarity....
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Labour ready to gamble on Miliband's price freeze gambit

Alex Stevenson

26th September 2013

With 20 months to go until the next general election, Britain's energy policy debate is already heating up, reports Alex Stevenson..... more...

UK Environment Secretary suffering from GM delusion

by Pete Riley

Pete Riley, campaign director at GM Freeze argues that Defra are cherry picking their science to fit their agenda, disregarding the real needs of both people and planet..... more...

Is There Grass In That Milk?

May 24th, 2013

by Lorna Howarth

Free-Range Dairy is a new initiative that could reverse the trend towards industrialised mega-farms.
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Global Canopy

by Andrew Mitchell

Andrew Mitchell highlights why we must recognise the true value of what our tropical rainforests provide for free. more...

Masdar City: A Rising Star

April 8th, 2013

By Peter Hume

Peter Hume examines plans for a zero-carbon, zero-waste, car free city in Abu Dhabi that will rely entirely on renewable energy sources, and asks whether the concept can become a sustainable reality...... more...

How illegal sand mining in Sierra Leone is destroying the local beaches

April 3rd, 2013

by Ramatu Kanu

Ramatu Kanu is a citizen journalist based in Freetown, Sierra Leone. She is being trained by Radar - a new charity that trains marginalised groups to report on what would otherwise be neglected news and environmental stories. Here, Ramatu investigates the impact of illegal sand mining in Sierra Leone...
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Safety as Freedom

February 21st, 2013

by Vandana Shiva

Vandana Shiva challenges the violence against people and Nature in the name of progress more...

Earth Freedoms

by Michael Mansfield

Fed up with broken promises and stultifying inaction? If so, 'Earth is Our Business' is the book for you, says Michael Mansfield. more...
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