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August 6, 2012

AgWatch Europe: Spring/Summer 2012

AgWatch Europe: Spring/Summer 2012 Cover

An Animated Debate on Shale Gas and Its Impacts; Water for Life, Not for Profit; EU Consult on  Clones for Food — Have Your Say!; Are Genetically Modified Animals Headed into the Food Chain?; European Commission Finding New Ways to Impose Water Privatisation in Europe Through Austerity Measures; Czechs Upset About Faulty Foods from Poland

January 10, 2012

AgWatch Europe: Fall/Winter 2011

AgWatch Europe: Fall/Winter 2011 Cover

Fracking: Coming to a Place Near You?; The “Nexus” Approach to Sustainable Development; Who Takes Responsibility for GM Mosquitoes?; No Enthusiasm About CAP Reform; Fishy Formula

July 8, 2011

AgWatch Europe: Summer 2011

AgWatch Europe: Summer 2011 Cover

Industry GM stats not all they appear; European agriculture sector and European Parliament team up against Mercosur trade deal; Do you know where your fish comes from?; 2011 – An important year for the global water justice movement; Veolia Environnement: A profile of the world’s largest water service corporation

November 6, 2010

AgWatch Europe: Fall 2010

AgWatch Europe: Fall 2010 Cover

Cloned Meat on Your Dinner Plate?; GM Hiccups; Bad Track Records of Private Water Companies in Europe and the United States; Fishy Formula — Bad for Business and the Environment; Deepwater Oil Drilling — Still No Sign of a Moratorium

April 14, 2010

AgWatch Europe: Spring 2010

AgWatch Europe: Spring 2010 Cover

Smithfield Living Large in Romania; Dacian Ciolos New EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development; EU Gives Green Light to Home Slaughtering; European Commission Bows to BASF and Approves Genetically Modified Amflora Potato; The Meatrix Revisited; EU a Reluctant Friend of Atlantic Bluefin Tuna; An Ombudsman for All?

November 19, 2009

Food Alert – Fall 2009

Food Alert – Fall 2009 Cover

Inside This Issue The European Union Unblocks Subsidies for Romanian Farmers and Bulgaria Probes Farmers Environmental Ministry Revokes Integrated Permit for Smithfield‚ Poultry Operation in Poland Move for GMO Opt-Out Clause? Europeans Walk the Walk Against GMOs Small Bits

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