The Geopolitics of the Eurasian Economic Union
from globalresearch.ca: The deal signed last week by Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan to create a Eurasian Economic Union is yet another countermeasure against US and European attempts to isolate Russia. By moving […]
Scientists’ Ties to Food Industry Raise Questions in Europe
from nytimes.com: One scientist who advised Europe’s food safety regulators about animal feed additives sits on the board of a foundation backed by the dairy industry. Another who gave advice […]
#Solutions: Greek community creates an off-the-grid Internet
from dailydot.com: In an effort to buck the expensive rates of unreliable corporate telecom companies, a community in Athens, Greece has created its own private Internet. Built from a network […]
Italy to Ban Monsanto GMO Corn with 80% Public Support
from naturalsociety.com: First India gives Monsanto a run for their ill-gotten money by refusing their patent applications, and now Italy, with the help of three Italian ministries, will try to undo […]
The war against the organic mafia
from presseurop.eu: Fraud in the organic farming sector has become a thriving international industry made up of a complex network of companies that bears all the marks of traditional organised […]
The Polarizing Practice of Eating Horses
Everyone who seriously studies French or Italian food on scholarly research trips eats horsemeat.
Sandy Hook: Unanswered Questions From Europe
James Tracy shares letter from a retired aircraft engineer in Europe.
EU Agency Lifts Lid On Drug Data Secrets
from chicagotribune.com: Europe’s medicines regulator, criticized in the past for excessive secrecy, is opening its data vaults to systematic scrutiny in a move that will let independent researchers trawl through […]
BASF to Stop Selling Genetically Modified Products in Europe
BASF, the German chemical group, has abandoned efforts to sell genetically modified products in Europe, including its Amflora potato, because of overwhelming opposition to the technology, the company said Monday.