The Atlantic magazine is to host a livestreamed event entitled ‘Transforming The Food We Eat’ which purports to be a discussion of new food technologies. But, what might otherwise seem a worthwhile discussion, with an interesting selection of speakers, appears to be discredited by The Atlantic’s bizarre choice of sponsor… being none other than the […]
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A story in the Guardian reveals that BP’s Deepwater Horizon bill has now reached $65bn: CLICK On the plus side, so far as BP is concerned, the latest financial pain for will be offset considerably by rising oil prices as Brent crude has averaged a priced of $54 per barrel last year, up from $44 […]
SongRise is a Washington DC-based, women’s social justice a cappella group using music to inspire people to fight for social and political change. We’re extremely pleased to announce that SongRise has now recorded a beautiful, emotive version of ‘Breathe Fire’ which you can watch here: CLICK Breathe Fire is a project conceived, and written, for […]
Edinburgh Gathering Lay Wreaths in Solidarity With Bhopal Gas Disaster Survivors, on Occasion of 33rd Anniversary of Disaster.
On Sunday 3rd December, supporters gathered at the Greyfriars Kirk in Edinburgh to express their solidarity with the survivors of the Bhopal Gas disaster. Local choir group, ‘Protest in Harmony’ sang and wreaths were laid, under the Bhopal memorial plaque, on behalf of the Midlothian Trades Union Council and the UNITE/ UCATT Dalkeith Branch. […]
Today, in Bhopal, five gas disaster survivors’ organisations marched to the abandoned Union Carbide factory where a traditional burning of effigies took place. The effigy represented the boards of Union Carbide Dow Chemical and DuPont. Dow has recently merged with DuPont to form the world’s largest chemical company. Between them they are the sole owner […]