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  • Monsanto Defeated in Germany

    Blogpost by Eric Darier Ph.D. - November 25, 2010 at 18:01


    Strict Liability and Public Access to Information upheld

    Monsanto and the pro-genetic engineering lobby received a severe blow in the highest German court. The Federal Constitutional Court in Germany reaffirmed on November 24, 2010 that the German... Read more >

  • What's hiding inside your tuna can?

    Blogpost by Sarah King - November 24, 2010 at 11:16 1 comment

    You know that can of tuna you drop into your supermarket basket every week? Ever wonder what’s in it? Probably not but you might be thinking twice from now on, once you see the results of a recent Greenpeace commissioned study.

    Much canned tuna sold ... Read more >

  • Put a CAPP on Tar Sands Greenwashing

    Blogpost by Mike Hudema - November 23, 2010 at 7:58

    Faced with the grim realities of tar sands oil extraction, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) seems like it would rather take its dirty money and run a huge publicity campaign to make the tar sands look better, than actually addres... Read more >

  • From Conflict to “Harmony” in the Forest

    Blogpost by Richard Brooks - November 19, 2010 at 10:09

    From coast to coast, many people will watch the debut of the movie “Harmony” on NBC tonight.  If you’re one of them, you’ll see Greenpeace highlighted for its successful work to protect the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia.

    "Spirit Bear" in the Great Bear RainforestThe story of the ...

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  • Woodland caribou “have fallen through the cracks” in our national parks

    Blogpost by Catharine Grant - Forest Campaigner - November 15, 2010 at 12:09

    An article in the Edmonton Journal last weekend (November 14) reports that woodland caribou are rapidly disappearing from Canada’s national parks. The last of Banff’s caribou died in an avalanche last year, and only a small number remain in in Jasper ... Read more >

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