Company Behind DAPL Paid Mercenaries To Build Lawsuit Against Environmentalists

THE PRIVATE SECURITY firm TigerSwan, hired by Energy Transfer Partners to protect the controversial Dakota Access pipeline, was paid to gather information for what would become a sprawling conspiracy lawsuit accusing environmentalist groups of inciting the anti-pipeline protests in… Read More

200+ Environmental Groups Call on EPA to Correct and Clarify Unsupported Top Claim in Major Fracking Study

Via Food and Water Watch: Letter Comes on Heels of Report Showing Major White House Influence on “Messaging” in the June 2015 Study NEW YORK, NEW YORK – Led by Food & Water Watch, more than 200 public… Read More

TTIP 2.0? New Leak Exposes Threats of Lesser-Known TISA Trade Deal

Originally published on Common Dreams: Greenpeace Netherlands exposed the threats to democracy and climate action contained within the little-known Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) on Tuesday with new leaksdivulging several chapters of the clandestine global trade agreement. “It’s… Read More

CRISPR, Gene-editing and Mutation Breeding: Questions and Answers

For a detailed list of critiques, articles and reports addressing the potential dangers and risks of these emerging GE technologies, please click here Via Greenpeace Q: What is gene-editing? A: Gene-editing covers a range of new laboratory techniques… Read More

Nobel Laureate’s Slam on Greenpeace ‘Clumsy and Awkward Public Relations Move’

Counterpunch recently published an article by Carmelo Ruiz on the open letter “signed by over 100 Nobel prize laureates blasting Greenpeace for its opposition to GMO crops, in particular so-called ‘golden rice’, supposedly high in vitamin A.” But as… Read More

107 Nobel Laureate Attack on Greenpeace Traced Back to Biotech PR Operators

Originally published at Independent Science News By Jonathan Latham, PhD In late July, Greenpeace was denied entrance to a National Press Club Event in Washington, DC of 107 Nobel Laureates. The event was ostensibly organised by a scientific group… Read More

Philippines’ Supreme Court bans development of genetically engineered products

Manila, 11 December 2015 – The Supreme Court of the Philippines has ordered a permanent ban on field trials of genetically engineered (GE) eggplant and a temporary halt on approving applications for the “contained use, import, commercialisation and… Read More

GJEP’s Ruddy Turnstone featured in piece on Shell Oil protests in Portland

After helping to delay the return of a Shell Oil icebreaker to the Arctic in a newsmaking protest last month, Global Justice Ecology Project’s GE Trees Campaigner Ruddy Turnstone was interviewed for a recent article published in the Willamette Week…. Read More