Around the world, industry is encroaching further and deeper into the remaining pristine environments to operate. We’re working to protect these areas, including the precious Coral Sea. There are just a few days to have your say on what should be...
In 2004, farming and environmental groups in Canada combined their forces to make Monsanto withdraw its request to commercialise genetically modified (GM) wheat.
The reason? No-one wanted to buy it.
If there's one fact to remember which underlines the urgency in protecting the Arctic it's this: in 30 years we've lost 75 per cent of the Arctic sea ice.
UPDATE: When Prime Minister Gillard declared there would be no new dirty power stations built in Australia, could she have known what Energy Minister Minister Ferguson had planned for her?
Today we are astounded by the decision by Mr Ferguson...
Greenpeace’s Analysis of What the World Wants from Australian Wheat published by DAFF and Grain Growers Ltd.
After months of being on the verge of breaking up, the container ship, the Rena has finally split in two, and the stern has sunk. This draws to an uncertain close another chapter in the Rena saga.
Hundreds of protesters have amassed on the steps of Parliament House in Melbourne today, calling on the Victorian and Federal Governments to cancel a new dirty coal project in the Latrobe Valley.
Australia is set to be the first country in the world to commercialise genetically modified (GM) wheat.
The environmental and food safety of all genetically modified (GM) crops are highly questionable. GM crops with RNA interference (RNAi) constructs pose particular concerns.
Plant traits such as drought tolerance, salt tolerance or nutrient content are controlled by a complex combination of several genes.
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