We Are ‘Locked-In’ to Catastrophic Overpopulation Unless We Take Action Now

The population of the planet will increase to at least 9 billion by 2050. Even a major war or other catastrophe will not change this. Professor Corey Bradshaw, from the University of Adelaide and Simon Ross, the Chief Executive of the London-based charity: Population Matters explain why. </p>

// Oct. 31, 2014 - 21:37 GMT


Conditions Set for IMF Loan for Ukraine Facilitate Cultivation of GMO Crops

American author and geopolitical analyst William Engdahl clarifies the implications on Ukraines agriculture of legislation ushered in with new IMF loans to Ukraine. Such legislation makes it possible to cultivate GMO crops in Ukraine. </p>

// Sep. 14, 2014 - 14:00 GMT


Collapse of Agriculture Within 20 Years if Deafaunation Continues

Agricultural systems in many parts of the world are under serious threat from both the effects of climate change and deafaunation. Increasing outbreaks of diseases such as Ebola are clearly linked to deafaunation.

// Aug. 31, 2014 - 16:15 GMT


Solar Energy Grows in Russia

A tender for the generation of 496 Megawatts of electricity by solar power was recently issued by the Russian government. Russias allocation for power generation by alternative energy sources is still small, but growing. </p>

// Aug. 16, 2014 - 14:00 GMT


Technology Says ‘We Can!’ and It Defines That We Must Do It – Expert

40 years ago, a group of people labeled as hippies settled in a slate quarry in Powys, Wales and set up the Centre for Alternative Technology, or CAT. As the name implies, the centre has concentrated on developing alternative green technology, advocating technology which is cheap to create and simple to build, with the idea of democratizing technology.

// Aug. 09, 2014 - 14:00 GMT


Ebola Spreading Fast Because of Tribal Practices

The fatal Ebola disease is spreading fast in 4 west African countries, mainly because of tribal practices. Families are admitted into hospitals to comfort their loved ones and are allowed to hug their dying parents/children/spouses. Finger nails are removed according to the belief patterns of some peoples, and one drop of blood from an infected person is enough to lead to an awful death. There is no known cure.

// Aug. 02, 2014 - 20:57 GMT


The Siberian Craters are NOT Caused by UFOs

A mysterious 60-metre wide, 70 metre deep hole in the ground was photographed recently in the Yamal, which is in Russias far north, thousands of kilometres away from Moscow and St. Petersburg, but only 30 kilometres away from the highly productive Bovanenkovo gas field. The hole is unusual, if not unique, in that it has amazingly smooth sides, as if cut through like a knife through butter. It does not seem to be a meteorite crater. So what exactly is it? Marina Leibman, Doctor of geologic-mineralogic sciences, and chief scientist at The Earth Cryosphere Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, debunks the UFO theory and lays out some simple but realistic truths shared their opinions with the Voice of Russia. </p>

// Jul. 26, 2014 - 14:00 GMT