Feb 8, 2017
Corporations: For better or worse

Corporations: For better or worse

Green Majority Radio
New court decision against Monsanto building in California. Also a new breakthrough in flexible, printable solar cells could help bring cheap renewable energy to 1.3 billion people.
Sep 19, 2016
Lord of the Resources

Lord of the resources

Green Majority Radio
Environmental Lawyer Barbora Grochalova joins us to talk about Ontario and the Western Climate Initiative. This market approach means to hopefully limit carbon emissions, but will it?
Jan 13, 2016

Seeds: Percy Schmeiser vs. Monsanto

Annabel Soutar is a playwright who brings a journalistic awareness to her theatre production, with the dialogue taken verbatim from interviews and news stories. Her latest play is Seeds.
Apr 14, 2014
Photo: flickr/flyzipper

Vandana Shiva speaks out about Bill C-18

rabble staff
South Asian leader calls for a living democracy that respects the earth, opposes Canada's GMO-friendly agriculture Bill C-18.
Jan 21, 2014
Photo: wikimedia commons

The battle to privatize life in Canada

Sally Miller
If UPOV '91 is pushed through this winter by the Harper government, it would be another victory for the transnational companies, like Monsanto, that seek to privatize agricultural supplies.
Oct 21, 2013

GM alfalfa cleared for release in Ontario

In October, the Ontario Ministry of Environment turned down a request by two members of the National Farmers Union to assess the risks of Monsanto's Roundup Ready alfalfa.
May 11, 2013

The Globalization Trilogy

Micha Peled has produced three connected films that put a human face on complex issues that result from global economic forces. His trilogy shows in Vancouver this coming weekend.
Apr 22, 2013

Book: Growing Resistance

A new book looks at the successful battle against Monsanto’s plans to introduce genetically modified wheat to the world market. Canadian farmers played a significant role in this fight.
Nov 7, 2012

California rejects GM food labelling

Brent Patterson
California rejects Proposition 37 – which would have made it the first U.S. state to require food companies to identify genetically modified (GM) ingredients.
Aug 7, 2010

Making money from the earthquake in Haiti

Monsanto and American Rice are just two of the transnational corporations who are taking advantage of the humanitarian disaster in Haiti to improve their bottom lines.
Jul 15, 2010

Monsanto 'charity' comes to Haitian farmers

Kevin Edmonds
The agrichemical giant is donating tons of "terminator gene" corn and vegetable seeds, sowing future dependence on them for farmers needing replacement seeds, fertilizers and pesticides every year.


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