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Intensive farming is shepherding the collapse of the living world

Ariel Brunner, Senior Head of Policy at BirdLife Europe, explains why the fierce debate on cuts to the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) budget is just a smokescreen for a broken farming system sh... read more

Window for saving Earth from ecological annihilation closing

Just how devastating our progress has been was laid bare with the publication by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) of its 2018 Living Planet Report ... Chief among the culprits is intensive agriculture; c... read more

100th Anniversary of World War I Armistice: When the U of A Answered the Call to the Colors

By the end of the fall term, more than 600 on-campus students ... the war an opportunity to take correspondence courses in agriculture. As the years went on, the pain and loss of the first World War f... read more

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Approaching Development: GMO Propaganda and Neoliberalism vs Localisation and Agroecology

The same people push the bogus idea that only GM agriculture can feed the world, while seeking to discredit ... discussion that may lead the focus to fall on transnational agribusiness interests ... read more


The Sequel: life after economic growth

[i] Our globalised world finds itself caught on the horns of a seemingly impossible dilemma – either cease growing, and so collapse the economy on ... twice the oil extraction, twice the intensive agr... read more

India's economy is booming. Now comes the hard part

India is now the world's fastest-growing major economy, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi has won praise for shepherding that ... for improving the standard of living for all Indians by creating ... read more

To adapt to a changing climate, Kyrgyzstan looks to the past

Kyrgyzstan, a country of only six million people and one of the world’s lowest contributors ... NGO which focuses on sustainable agriculture. “After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 ... read more

Australian senator announces gender swap so he can speak on abortion issues

He will spend Holy Week at the Seminary of the Good Shepherd in Homebush, Sydney ... to save ourselves, and save the world,” according to Public Radio International. A missile defense system has cause... read more

Future Shock in the Countryside

Intensive farming is becoming imperative ... environment was possible because it took place far from metropolitan centers. A major Living Planet Index study by the World Wildlife Fund highlights the d... read more

Honest Tea Founder Seth Goldman Maintains His Thirst For Entrepreneurship

In the fall of 1997, Barry had just come back from India ... While that marketing was more expensive due to its hand-to-hand and labor-intensive nature, there is no better way to connect with a consum... read more

What Do the World Bank and IMF Have to Do With the Ukraine Conflict?

In this column, Frédéric Mousseau, Policy Directory of the Oakland Institute and co-author of the report ‘Walking on the West Side: the World Bank and the IMF in ... holdings that use large-scale inte... read more

Europe and Central Asia

Ariel Brunner, Senior Head of Policy at BirdLife Europe, explains why the fierce debate on cuts to the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) budget is just a smokescreen for a broken farming system sh... read more



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