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By Jonathan Latham / 19 July 2017
The corporate takeover of the International Society for Biosafety Research (ISBR) and its biennial ISGBMO conference is a case study in the methods and the goals of the biotech industry. It exemplifies industry efforts to capture international GMO regulation and showcases the specific regulatory objectives of the biotech industry.
By Richard Martin Oxman / 19 July 2017
Schools are still shills for our collective addiction to belief in technological fixes as a decent approach to addressing climate change issues. That’s one reason to home school, among many. But my informal survey of home schooling parents nationwide has revealed that virtually no one is teaching youth that only a no-growth vision of economics can possibly give us a shot at planetary survival.... Read more
By Christopher Ketcham / 16 July 2017
The idea that economic growth can continue forever on a finite planet is the unifying faith of industrial civilization. That it is nonsensical in the extreme, a deluded fantasy, doesn't appear to bother us. We hear the holy truth in the decrees of elected officials, in the laments of economists about flagging GDP, in the authoritative pages of opinion, in the whirligig of advertising, at the... Read more
By Micco Caporale / 14 July 2017
Billy Bragg, the long-time socialist singer-songwriter & activist, has just written a new book on Skiffle, the DIY music style which galvanized British working-class teens in the early 1950's.
By Ugo Bardi / 13 July 2017
For a long time, hats were oversized and expensive status symbols more than tools for protecting people’s heads. During the past half century or so, they have nearly disappeared. A similar destiny may befall on private cars, also oversized and expensive status symbols rather than tools for transporting people. With the disappearance of cars, we may see hats coming back. If you look at... Read more
By Steven Gorelick / 12 July 2017
Steven Gorelick contemplates the role that planned obsolescence plays in the promotion of consumerism, and it's ecological effects.
By John Bellamy Foster / 10 July 2017
John Bellamy Foster informs us that Trump's political vision is not populism, but actually neofascism.

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