A new Ecologist-produced film - to be screened by campaigners from the Forest People's Programme at the forthcoming Convention on Biological Diversity meeting in Japan - highlights how the rights of indigenous peoples and their sustainable use of natural resources are being ignored by the Bangladesh Government.
Richard Curtis, the writer of Love Actually, this week hastily withdrew a controversial film produced for the 10:10 climate campaign after its contents - which included scenes of children being blown to bits - prompted a public outcry. The removal of the film from the 10:10 website has attracted even more attention to the 4 minute video however - prompting some to suggest that the entire episode was rigged. Judge for yourself...
A shocking new film released by the Environmental Justice Foundation reveals how workers endure violence and incarceration for months - or even years - onboard ships which supply European consumers with fish.
With planning permission for Britain's biggest dairy at Nocton about to be re-submitted, The Ecologist travels to California to examine intensive milk production - and finds factory farms, conflict, intimidation, pesticides, pollution and small-scale farmers driven out of business...
Greenpeace has condemned as 'disproportionate and unjust' a one-year jail term, suspended for three years, handed down on two Greenpeace activists who exposed widespread corruption in the Japanese government's whaling programme
On July 27th, Greenpeace volunteers shutdown 46 BP petrol stations across London. They called on the oil giant to stop investing in tar sands and the fragile Arctic wilderness and move towards clean energy alternatives
Dr Andrew Light, a climate policy expert at the Center for American Progress, says that he believes even US citizens who are sceptical about climate change will take steps to become more energy efficient