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    How IOGCC Spawned the Lawsuit That Just Overturned BLM Fracking Regulations on Public Lands

    Originally published at DeSmogBlog. By Steve Horn In a ruling on the Obama Administration’s proposed regulations of hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) on U.S. public lands, U.S.District Court for the District of Wyoming Judge Scott Skavdahl — a President Obama appointee — struck down the rules as an illegal violation… Read More

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    National Catholic Reporter Takes on GE Trees

    Eucalyptus plantation in Brazil.  Photo: Petermann One year ago, on June 18, Pope Francis released his encyclical on the environment. This ground breaking document addressed issues including GMOs and climate change – a first for the Catholic church…. Read More

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    The Bayer-Monsanto Deal: Merger Will Hurt Others

    Originally published at CBG Network   The BAYER corporation has confirmed that it is holding talks with MONSANTO about a possible fusion. The deal would create the biggest agribusiness corporation in the world by a long shot, with… Read More

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    Two Hundred Indigenous U’Wa Occupy Gas Plant in Colombia

    by Charlie Satow, Intercontinental Cry June 14, 2016 An U’wa Indigenous Guard defending his ancestral territory. Photo: Charlie Satow Two hundred Indigenous U’wa men, women, and children have occupied Colombian state oil company Ecopetrol’s Gibraltar I gas plant… Read More

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    Brazil Occupation: MST Landless Take Over Suzano and report environmental problems

    Original post here: http://www.mst.org.br/2016/06/13/sem-terra-interrompem-atividades-da-empresa-suzano-e-denunciam-problemas-socioambientais.html Note: Suzano’s subsidiary FuturaGene won permission from the Brazilian Biosafety Commission in 2015 to produce GE eucalyptus plantations.  This is also mentioned below. The MST repudiates the agribusiness development model, which does not contribute to… Read More

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National Catholic Reporter Takes on GE Trees

Eucalyptus plantation in Brazil.  Photo: Petermann One year ago, on June 18, Pope Francis released his encyclical on the environment. This ground breaking document addressed issues including GMOs and climate change – a first for the Catholic church…. Read More

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Brazil Occupation: MST Landless Take Over Suzano and report environmental problems

Original post here: http://www.mst.org.br/2016/06/13/sem-terra-interrompem-atividades-da-empresa-suzano-e-denunciam-problemas-socioambientais.html Note: Suzano’s subsidiary FuturaGene won permission from the Brazilian Biosafety Commission in 2015 to produce GE eucalyptus plantations.  This is also mentioned below. The MST repudiates the agribusiness development model, which does not contribute to… Read More

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GE Tree Company ArborGen Settles Lawsuit With Defrauded Workers

ArborGen workers take confidential settlement over $53M verdict in compensation case David Wren, Post and Courier, Mar 24 2016 12:50 pm Summerville [SC]-based biotechnology firm ArborGen Inc., which had been ordered by a judge to pay $53 million to former… Read More

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