California State Legislature Flirtation with Climate Geoengineering Merits Scrutiny

Photo: Biofuelwatch Thanks for your attention to this story linked and pasted below. There is background material available on climate geoengineering on the Hands Off Mother Earth website. Please check out the new updated report on biochar from… Read More

Global Forest Coalition to United Nations: Nature at Whose Service?

For Immediate Release           June 3, 2011 Global Forest Coalition to United Nations: “Nature at Whose Service?” 3 June, 2011 – On the eve of the next round of United Nations climate talks, the Global Forest Coalition (GFC), a… Read More

The new biomassters and their assault on livelihoods

Jim Thomas 2010-10-07, Issue 499 http://pambazuka.org/en/category/features/67535  Watch out for the new biomass economy driven by large biotech, chemical, forestry and agribusiness companies, says Jim Thomas. The new biomassters are on a global looting spree of the world’s natural… Read More

Burning Forests to Save the Climate?

Global Justice Ecology Project Media Alert 2 December, 2010 Burning Forests to Save the Climate? COP16 SIDE EVENT: Thursday 2 December, 20:15, Cancunmesse, Sandia Room Large Scale Bioenergy, REDD and GMO Trees (Sponsored by Global Justice Ecology Project… Read More

Top 10 for COP 10

Note: Global Justice Ecology Project is a member of the CBD Alliance Seeking ‘Biodiversity Justice’ Civil Society Releases Top 10 Concerns at UN Convention on Biological Diversity Nagoya, October 13, 2010. The CBD Alliance (Convention on Biological Diversity… Read More

Stop the Extermination of Biodiversity — Stop Genetically Engineered trees

Open letter to participants at the 10th Conference of the Parties to the Convention (COP X) on Biological Diversity (CBD) and the 5th Meeting of the Parties of the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (MOP V) to be held… Read More

Groups condemn implied land-grab for biochar

For immediate release 30th August 2010 Groups charge Nature Communications article shows ‘true colours’ of biochar advocates Today twenty-one groups (African Biodiversity Network, Amigransa Venezuela, Biofuelwatch, CESTA (Friends of the Earth El Salvador), COECOCEIBA Costa Rica, Econexus, ETC… Read More