The Risk-Monger’s list of six marketing tricks that have built the organic industry business empire.
As the UK plans to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2040, perhaps we should ask: Are electric cars sustainable?
Reblog from 2011.
When the activist bully bullshit hits the fan, how should we react? Three case studies.
In today’s Europarl event on EU funding of NGOs, I presented a case study of how Friends of the Earth is abusing the Commission’s lack of scrutiny.
As many of us prepare to escape the summer heat by taking a holiday at the beach or at higher altitudes, spare a thought for the farmers working through the summer in full sun and against the elements. Before you toss that steak on the BBQ, spread those perfect strawberries on your ice cream or…
By getting in bed with the organic food lobby, Cargill is hoping to take over a rich niche sector. This will end badly for smallholders.
When an activist pretends to be a journalist and asks you questions, keep a copy and publish it so others can see the source.
Isogluphosphate is not dangerous. Banning it will devastate EU snack production.
Junck-science: the art of creating scientific disagreement so that undesired evidence and facts can be ignored and kept out of the policy process for as long as possible.
Roland Solecki, the head of pesticide safety at the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), gave the Süddeutsche Zeitung an honest interview on glyphosate.
American NGOs have discovered that Brussels is the ideal place to launch a US lobby campaign. Hippie Go Home!
In a world where environmental activists can freely lie, cheat and bring others down, shouldn’t we study why we tolerate such unethical behaviour?