Public Forum: 500 million farmers can’t be wrong!
Building sustainable farming futures through food sovereignty
Friday 25th June | 6pm – 7.30pm
Hello fellow activists, community gardeners, students and socially conscious people. Students of Sustainability is back again this year!
Come to the SOS conference for a great time with like minded people from across Australia, whilst learning a few things.
WASHINGTON — Muslims around the globe remain uneasy about the U.S.
and are increasingly disenchanted with President Barack Obama,
according to a poll that suggests his drive to improve relations with
the Muslim world has had little impact.
I'm of the belief that the BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico wouldn't have occurred if we were living in an anarchist society. <br />
I must first...
zero carbon britain 2030 is a fully integrated vision of how Britain can respond to the challenges of climate change, resource depletion and global inequity.
WASHINGTON - No sooner did BP CEO Tony Hayward begin the first sentence of his
opening statement at a House hearing Thursday morning than a protester
disrupted the hearing.
Indian activists seeking justice in the
Bhopal gas tragedy, the world's worst industrial disaster, are accusing
the United States of "double standards", saying it was punishing firms
polluting American soil but i
-A Warning From Noam Chomsky on the Threat of Elites
-Grow up or die, but how?
Syndicated from Slashdot
on Thu, 2010-06-17
An anonymous reader writes "Several years ago, California decided to require high-risk parolees, such as gang members and sex offenders, to wear GPS monitoring devices. The idea was to relay location information to law enforcement to ensure that the convicts stay where they're supposed to.
The Slow Money Alliance, an organization that seeks to build networks and develop new financial products and services to invest in small food enterprises and local food systems, connecting investors to their local economies, and building the "nurture capital" industry, held its national gathering at beautiful Shelburne Farms, Vermont on Thursday and Friday of last week.
We’re putting together a national network, RENHASSA, to show what our alternatives are today. The whole peasant sector is coming together to tell everyone about the policies we want.
A new report that highlights Afghanistan’s extensive mineral deposits provides fuel for the United States’s military project. But it also signals the existence of a wider resource-competition that reflects the 21st-century’s emerging geopolitics.
Like recycling, listening to NPR, and caring about the World Cup, everyday cooking has become a de rigeur activity for those with certain class and cultural aspirations.
In a move that has many Torontonians scratching their heads, officials in charge of G20
security have ordered that trees in the security zone have to be removed. Bus shelters and
garbage cans have also been removed.
A midweek roundup of peak oil news, including:
-Prices and production