Earth Islands newest project, The True Food Network,
is a consumer network dedicated to ending the genetic engineering of
our food and promoting a socially just, democratic, and sustainable
Everyone’s got a story
Carl Dennis Buell The wind turbines of Altamont Pass, blades glinting in the afternoon
sun, have become a welcome signpost of home for me over the years. As
the plane I’m on begins its descent i...
International Marine Mammal Project
$40,000 for falsely labeled Dolphin Safe tuna
Local News from All Over
Double-edged DDT The tropical person’s traditional foe. The Ugandan government is planning to use DDT to kill mosquitos that
carry malaria, a disease afflicting two million people globall...
What Can We Expect in the Next Four Years?
New hope for Australias old-growth forests
We like you too, BillI wish with all my heart I was the other Bill Gates for one week! A week where I would support you and all environmental and social causes their needs with his billions! to ...
The spraying of America
American agriculture dumps a billion pounds of pesticides on food, producing a truly toxic harvest
Christopher D. Cook
West Africa Rainforest Network
Victory for Africas Forests Nigeria
is well known for its oil-producing region of the Niger Delta, which
currently feeds a large portion of Americas oil addiction. Roughly the
size of Texas, Niger...
the election, I’ve seen a lot of so-called “progressives” saying
incredibly insulting things about people in the “red states”... people
who live in states that went...
Wangari Maathai - an excerpt from the Nobel Peace Prize winners acceptance speech
As the first African woman to receive this prize, I accept it on behalf
of the people of Kenya and Africa and indeed the whole world. Although
this prize comes to me, it acknowledges the work of count...
In October 2004, UÁP completed its first two Expansion Through Exposure (ETE) trips. The ETE
program is designed to give Nicaraguan youth the opportunity to learn
about the biodiversity and cultural ...
A day in the sun for moon bears
a bamboo forest along the Pi River, Jill Robinson holds out a finger
dipped in honey. The sun peeks through the canopy, illuminating a rusty
cage. Tentatively, a tongue reaches through the bars. ...
Center for Safe Energy
Protecting the Altai
Mordechai Vanunu arrested again
was a few minutes before noon in East Jerusalem, and Mordechai Vanunu,
the courageous man who blew the whistle on Israels nuclear arsenal
nearly two decades ago and became a hero to peace activis...
Mangrove Action Project
the Zhangjiang Guolin Aquatic Products Company, an international shrimp
farmer and exporter, opened shop along the tranquil coastline of the
Leizhou Peninsula in the southern Chinese province of ...
The Mauna Loa anomaly
Bush is President. Thats the bad news. The good news, at least from
the point of view of climate aficionados, is that with Russias recent
ratification, the Kyoto Protocol is about to enter ...
Bay Area Wilderness Training
When I began Bay Area Wilderness Training (BAWT) in 1997, I knew very little about David Brower. I did know,
however, that my connection to the outdoors was what grounded my
concern for the environmen...