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Corporate profit trumps common sense in Brazil

Anne Petermann on why newly approved GMO trees are bad news – and illegal.

Filed in: Brazil Environment Forests

Behind closed doors at Rio Tinto

Richard Solly reflects on the mining company’s AGM – and why such meetings are so important.

Filed in: Environment Mining

Solar comes to Shatila

Lydia James visits the Lebanese refugee camp and discovers possibilities for a lighter, brighter future.

Filed in: Energy Lebanon Refugees

Trading fjords for profit

Tina Andersen decries Norway’s decision to open up its fjords to mining projects.

Filed in: Corporations Environment Mining Norway

From the Arctic to Deepwater Horizon, our politicians are failing us

Exactly 5 years after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, Ben Stewart warns of more trouble ahead.

Filed in: Arctic Climate Change Russia

EU ups its tropical forest-related aid

On the face of it, this is good news, says Saskia Ozinga – but only if local communities have a say in how the money is spent.

Filed in: Conservation Development Europe Forests

Inspired by Chico, addressing climate change

Art and activism come together in a new installation curated by Kooj Chuhan.

Filed in: Activism Art Brazil Climate Change

The People vs Monsanto (and other GM giants)

Around the world, people are mobilizing against biotech bullies.

Filed in: Agriculture Biotech Environment

The farmer’s friend

Are farmers benefitting from growing GM crops, as Monsanto claims? Dionne Bunsha investigates.

Filed in: Agriculture Biotech Environment

Total control: is Monsanto unstoppable?

Monsanto has a mission. But where will it lead the rest of us? Vanessa Baird begins this month’s investigation into one of the world’s most powerful and hated corporations.

Filed in: Agriculture Environment

Towards an understanding of the psychopathy of patient Monsanto

‘Patient Monsanto’ is analysed by Jason Louv.

Filed in: Biotech Environment

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