Anti-GMO activists destroy eucalyptus experiments in Brazil

Three varieties of new genetically modified version of eucalyptus trees were about to be introduced in Brazil. The Genetic Literacy Project reports that meeting of the Brazil National Biosafety Technical Commission (CTNBio) in Brasilia was held recently to discuss the tree’s introduction when 300 peasants brought in by the neo-communist group La Via Campesina arrived… Read More Anti-GMO activists destroy eucalyptus experiments in Brazil

Deforestation, not global warming, reason for Brazil drought

In light of the climate talks in Lima, Peru many eyes are monitoring the UN event to see what it reveals. One blogger, Paul Homewood, posted a commentary accusing BBC of dishonest reporting claiming the British network of attempted to link the Brazilian drought with global warming. His evidence is BBC including photo taken in… Read More Deforestation, not global warming, reason for Brazil drought

Deforestation, global warming and blaming humans first

BBC reported that Brazil is experiencing the worst drought in decades and has attributed the drought to the deforestation the Amazon rainforest is experiencing. However, what is curious is that the Brazilian government announced that the rainforest has experienced the lowest level of deforestation in 25 years. Naturally, environmentalists with the World Wide Fund shot… Read More Deforestation, global warming and blaming humans first

Despite green victories, all is not lost

Despite the gains environmentalists have had in blocking development and implementing prohibitions on certain activities or products, fortunately, the mean greenies have not been entirely successful. Resistance has sprouted up and it is non-violent rebellion against environmentalists the author of this website hopes to inspire. Breitbart Sports advises that a judge in Brazil recently rejected… Read More Despite green victories, all is not lost