107 Nobel Laureate Attack on Greenpeace Traced Back to Biotech PR Operators by Jonathan Latham, PhD Greenpeace was denied entrance yesterday (June 30) to a National Press Club Event in Washington, DC of 107 Nobel Laureates. The event was ostensibly organised by a scientific group calling itself Support Precision Agriculture to publicise a letter signed by 107 Nobel Laureates demanding that Greenpeace cease its opposition to “golden rice” and GMO technology in general. Greenpeace was…
In the last 30 years, we’ve lost as much as three-quarters of the floating ice cap at the top of the world. The volume of that sea ice measured by satellites in the summer, when it reaches its smallest, has shrunk so fast that scientists say it’s now in a ‘death spiral’.
A ranking of the world’s 30 largest personal care companies, published today by Greenpeace, shows that big brands are failing to remove microplastics from their products. Campaigners say that the ranking shows that voluntary corporate commitments to end use of microbeads that pollute rivers and oceans are not working and governments must legislate to ban microbeads in consumer products.
As billion-dollar BP court case nears, scientists count cost to Gulf of Mexico. Dolphin deaths are just the latest indication something is seriously wrong in one of the world's most complex ecosystems - http://www.PaulFDavis.com global health coach, water security adviser, environmental sustainability consultant (info@PaulFDavis.com)
Levi Strauss is the 11th company to sign on to the Greenpeace "Detox" campaign since it began in July 2011 with a report on hazardous chemicals in water discharged in China. Puma, Nike, Adidas and British clothing giant Marks & Spencer are among the brands and companies that are now targeting the 2020 goal. the international environmental group released its report "Toxic Threads: Under Wraps"