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May 15, 2013

Bean leaves, bedbugs and biomimicry

David Suzuki
Pesticides may offer quick, easy and effective methods for dealing with pests, but they come with all kinds of problems. Maybe we can learn some lessons from nature and our ancestors.
Podcast
May 12, 2013
Goose on the Spur Line

Smash the State Report: May 3, 2013

Aw@l
From the May 3 edition of AW@L Radio: CN rail poisons, Porter air bullies, elites hide money offshore and spies share our secrets. So we rob banks, clog the pipes, stop fracking, save bees!
Podcast
May 14, 2012
Redeye

Movie: Big Boys Gone Bananas!

Redeye
Big Boys Gone Bananas! documents the campaign Dole waged against Swedish filmmaker Fredrik Gertten to try to prevent him from showing his film Bananas! from being distributed in the United States.
Blog
Apr 25, 2012
A Chimney Swift at its nest.

Quiet Spring: Fifty years since Rachel Carson

Christopher Majka
Fifty years after Silent Spring, birds are still suffering from the impact of DDT, and now climate change threatens their future. Will we learn from the past or will no birds sing in a future spring?
Columnists
Sep 14, 2009

Local food is a future necessity

The industrial agriculture that has fed increasing numbers of people for 60 years, thanks to more and more chemical fertilizers and advances in technology, is hitting several brick walls.
Podcast
May 11, 2009

Birth defects linked to pesticide use

Redeye
Dr.Paul Winchester is a neonatologist in Indianopolis. He was so surprised by the number of birth defects showing up in his small community hospital that he decided to investigate further.

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