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Monsanto Tribunal: Five Renowned Judges Hear Witnesses Describe Crimes Against Humanity

Last weekend, farmers, scientists and activists from all over the world gathered at the Monsanto Tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands, to present the case against destruction caused by one of the corporate giants that promotes industrial farming.  506 more words


Verdict: Monsanto Guilty Of Crimes Against The Planet And Humanity

Judge Françoise Tulkens: “civil society has to help International Law to develop and include ecocide” (Monsanto Tribunal Day 3, The Hague) – and indeed civil society is helping. 317 more words


The International Monsanto Tribunal 14-16 October

The Monsanto Tribunal is an international civil society initiative to hold Monsanto accountable for human rights violations, for crimes against humanity, and for ecocide. Eminent judges will hear testimonies from victims, and deliver an advisory opinion following procedures of the International Court of Justice. 223 more words


Final Manifesto: Third International Socialist Encounter

We, the organizations convening the Third International Ecosocialist Encounter, held in Bilbao from 23-25 September of 2016,


  1. That capitalism has been developed despite and in the face of the two basic dependencies that make human life possible.
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Standing Rock

Now comes a bit of quacking from a lame duck president; Barack Obama speechifying from the well-watered White House Rose Garden.

If Mr. Obama had the spine to truly “make America a leader in this mission”, he would stand together with the brave members of… 136 more words


Your invitation to 'This Changes Everything': film screening and Ecocide talk...

End Ecocide is organising a film screening of This Changes Everything on September 14th, followed by a short talk and Q&A on Ecocide, to which you are kindly invited. 222 more words


Humility and Virtue

We have recently finished a novel that in time will be considered a rare American masterpiece: Barkskins. In graceful prose that expresses what must be expressed and nothing more, Annie Proulx — whose work we have long admired here at DP — chronicles the violent eradication of the  boreal/acadian forest in North America, together with the eradication of the people who lived in harmony within those ancient woods. 155 more words