YALE GLOBAL ONLINE
Reckless speculation with natural resources could be more dangerous than speculation in the financial markets – because ultimately, the financial world depends on a stable natural world and not the other way around. The modern economy could already be too big for the ecological base.
As humanity continues to live beyond its means, a series of bubbles underway could make the credit crises seem like minor irritations, warn authors Anders Wijkman and Johan Rockström, both from Sweden. Winners and losers are inevitable:... http://yaleglobal.yale.edu/content/bankrupting-nature-denying-our-planetary-boundaries?utm_source=YaleGlobal+Newsletter&utm_campaign=9adad47d3e-Newsletter9_14_2010&utm_medium=email
The Guardian - John Vidal - January 4, 2012
UK government's enthusiasm for GM not matched in developing nations http://www.scoop.it/t/agriculture-gmos-pesticides/p/3970053551/uk-government-s-enthusiasm-for-gm-not-matched-in-developing-nations