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SPEAKERS

Some biographical information about our guest speakers and about their previous work
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MULTIMEDIA APPLICATION

The reactor and the bomb are siamese twins. Discover how proliferation developed through the last 60 years and what is the current situation. Who will be next ?
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Non proliferation and nuclear disarmament

Greens/EFA urge the EU Presidency to break the deadlock on establishing a verifiable Fissile Material Cut-Off Treaty, to speed up the signing and ratification of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) by all countries, especially those required for it to enter into force
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Lightbulbs

The Australian government on Tuesday announced plans to phase out incandescent light bulbs and replace them with more energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs. But Australia is a country that still refuses to sign up the Kyoto protocol...
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GMOs

Don't be bullied on genetically modified foodTrust the Greens - no GMOsGM food is not only bananas – it could become big business if people who invest in GMOs and biotechnology get their way. From the test-tube to the dinner plate GM food would be controlled by a handful of super-powerful organisat...
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Food miles

Do you know where your dinner was last night?Trust the Greens : cut food miles - buy localOur food is being transported over very long distances, only because some ingredients are a bit cheaper here or a certain processing industry works a bit cheaper there. Live animals are tortured on long distant...
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Biodiversity

No to the European Single TomatoTrust the Greens for good tasteEurope is losing its rich and diverse food culture. Perhaps we fail to see this amid the seemingly unlimited abundance of supermarket offers. But our taste doesn't lie, and we can still tell the difference between an organic sun-ripened ...
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Fair trade

What would you grind for your cup of coffee?Trust the Greens on fair tradeFree trade in food comes at a big price for the developing world. At the World Trade Organisation (WTO) the world's most powerful trade forces have demanded access to the markets of the less powerful.They want to be able to bu...
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Sustainable farming

Intensive production? This cow needs grassTrust the Greens on animal rightsToo much milk and meat protein is grown on concrete. It is natural to see cows grazing in fields. But in intensive beef and milk production, animals are cooped up in concrete stables the whole year round and fed on maize sila...
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Eat healthy

Some sweets are good for kidsTrust the Greens for additive-free childrenThe food we eat every day contains increasing levels of sugar, fat and artificial additives. For children especially this is unhealthy and likely to shorten their life expectancies. While public concern over obesity rises, polit...