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Vol. 29 No. 4, July 1999

1999-07-00
Is the biotech dream crumbling? - indeed it is, argues Paul Kingsnorth. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
The rise of the 'New Democracy' - John Pilger exposes the fraud of 'democracy' in the age of globalisation. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
Cracking down on corporate crime - Although it is corporate crime which most fundamentally affects society, reports Russell Mokhiber, transnational corporations are allowed to get away with murder. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
Seeds of Conflict - in this editorial Andrew Kimbrell reveals the tightening stranglehold of multinational corporations over seeds, the 'software' of the plants we all depend upon. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
The next GM threat: Frankenstein forests - Splice editor Hugh Warwick investigates the GM forests that the future may bring, and finds pulp and timber farms devoid of other life. From The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
Gulliver in Automobilia - What would Jonathan Swift's famous creation make of the infatuations of the modern world? Find out in this classic parody by Nicholas Gould, written in Swiftian English.
1999-07-00
News and campaigns by Lucinda Labes, for The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
The myths of vegetarianism - vegetarianism and veganism are neither natural nor healthy diets, argues Dr. Stephen Byrnes. And it is not primarily meat-eating which is responsible for the spread of cancers and heart disease. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
Kosovo: the truth according to Noam Chomsky - in this revealing interview Noam Chomsky cuts through the NATO bluff about the war in Kosovo, and exposes the truth about the motives of the West.
1999-07-00
Irradiating Kosovo - when the refugees return to Kosovo, reports Patrick Cain, they will be breathing radioactive uranium dust from NATO'S latest military toys. Published The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
Excrement Happens - across the industrialised world, we are paying the price for two centuries of a 'get rid of it' approach to human wastes, writes Peter Montague. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
The World Trade Organisation: the new World Constitution laid bare - Steven Shrybman explains why the WTO is a constitution for corporations, and its rules take little or no account of people or the environment. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
A View from the Headwaters - the late Colombian anthropologist Gerardo Reichel-Dolmatoff presents a powerful view of the Amazon river as seen by the area's tribal inhabitants. In doing so, he questions the validity of our modern views of landscape and nature. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
Virtually alive - Caspar Henderson reviews The Age of Spiritual Machines, by Ray Kurzweil. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
A citizen among us - David Edwards reviews Various Voices - Prose, Poetry, Politics 1948-1998 by Harold Pinter. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
From global to local - Ward Morehouse reviews The Post-Corporate World: Life after Capitalism, by David C. Korten. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
Sickness of a tiger - Anuradha Mittal reviews A Siamese Tragedy: Development and Disintegration in Modern Thailand by Walden Bello, Shea Cunningham and Li Kheng Poh. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
Greening cotton - Erin Gill reviews Organic cotton: from field to final product by Dorothy Myers and Sue Stolton. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
Letters page, The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4.
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