By Nnimmo Bassey – Premium Times, 4 July 2016 Nnimmo Bassey Source: http://opinion.premiumtimesng.com/2016/07/04/nigerian-national-confab-agreed-biosafety-gmos-nnimmo-bassey/ During the 2014 Nigerian National Conference (Confab), […]CONTINUE READING
By Nnimmo Bassey, Mariann Orovwuje, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour – HOMEF (Health of Mother Earth foundation), June 2016 Source: http://www.homef.org/pressrelease/nigerias-biosafety-agency-defies-government-nigerians Despite the promise of the Minister […]CONTINUE READING
By Lorraine Chow – EcoWatch, 16 June 2016 Monsanto has received permits from Nigeria’s biotechnology regulatory body for its Bt […]CONTINUE READING
More than 100 groups representing over 5 million Nigerians are opposing Monsanto’s attempts to introduce GM cotton and maize into Nigeria’s […]CONTINUE READING
The movement against subsidising the fossil fuel industry continues to grow and is an integral part of the keep it in the ground struggle.CONTINUE READING
By Dr Vandana Shiva – Yet it is the farms that the European banks want to destroy […] increasing taxes on farmers is one element of the new […]CONTINUE READING
Oil attracts war-fossilised ideas and cause humans to abuse the Earth. Diversity is the culture of the soil. This relates to biodiversity and culture.CONTINUE READING
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