Originally posted at: Navdanya International Michael Specter’s story in The New Yorker about Dr. Vandana Shiva’s work to protect public health from the effects of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) skewed the facts […]
Bhopal: A metaphor “The pattern of double standards, of privatising profits and socialising disaster runs through the pattern of corporate rule being institutionalised since the Bhopal tragedy” Read More.
Of food, farmers and WTO’s doublespeak “Double standards in the WTO rules are exposed when India’s subsidies of $12 bn to its 500 mn farmers are considered […]
Safety in Diversity “Human activities have led to the floods in Kashmir. Human action is needed to prevent such disasters. We cannot be mute spectators while India’s paradise on earth […]
Seeds of Slavery “The branding exercise that resulted in ‘One Agriculture-One Science’ is a failure in itself. For ‘experts’ to believe that different climates, ecosystems and cultures can be prescribed […]
Seeds of Truth Dr. Vandana Shiva (A response to the article ‘Seeds of Doubt’ by Michael Specter in The New Yorker) I am glad that the future of food […]
Fine print of the food wars “Creating ‘ownership’ of seed through patents and intellectual property rights and imposing it globally through the WTO, the biotech industry has established a monopoly […]
“Upholding our laws to defend biosafety is in national interest. But this is not the motivation guiding the IB, whose report repeats the false claims of […]