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Greenpeace slams new EPO patent

Feature story | 5 February, 2002 at 0:00

When fields, seeds and harvests no longer belong to farmers, something has gone seriously wrong with patent law.

European Court of Justice ruling on stem cell patents

Blog entry by Caroline | 18 October, 2011 35 comments

The court ruled that cells derived from human embryos cannot be patented, as patents on such cells would encourage the commercialization of human embryos. Greenpeace is against the patenting of human life. Greenpeace is not...

Activists float a 50 feet 'lifebelt' bearing

Image | 4 April, 2007 at 1:00

Activists float a 50 feet 'lifebelt' bearing message 'S.O.S CLIMA' (S.O.S Climate) off Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . Rio de Janeiro is one of the Brazilian cities more vulnerable to the rising of the ocean level, which Greenpeace...

Sigourney Weaver gives UN the bottom line

Blog entry by laurak | 18 June, 2009

Yesterday in New York, actress Sigourney Weaver presented some hard facts about the practice of bottom trawling during the UN Consultative Process on the Law of the Sea (ICP). Namely - it is killing deep sea ecological systems and they...

So long Susan

Blog entry by laurak | 17 June, 2009

The final installment of a trilogy is out today. The last of the three Reasons to Believe films narrated by the charming and talented Ms Susan Sarandon has been released - ' Reasons to Believe: Servers '. These films give us three out...

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