Professor Robert Oswald said that farmers living in intensively drilled areas should be 'very concerned'

Greenpeace: Landowners can work together to block fracking 'trespass'

Campaigners change tack in fight against fracking

A scientist examines a genetically modified crop

There is undeniable risk in producing the GM rice that the Environment Secretary is proposing

A response to Owen Paterson: You can’t just genetically modify your way out of poverty

Owen Paterson sees his job as defending the countryside against an urban elite

Opponents of third world GM crops are 'wicked', says Environment Secretary Owen Paterson

Environmental groups fighting against the use of GM crops in Africa and Asia are “wicked” and potentially condemning millions of people to a premature death, the Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson, says today.

Video journalist Kieron Bryan has not been granted bail

Hillary Clinton calls for outcry over jailed Greenpeace activists

Two Britons – including a journalist – refused bail ahead of trial date in late November

Greenpeace activists hold a banner in front of the Gazprom office in Paris

‘Only drug on Greenpeace ship was medical morphine’: Wives of two men held in Russia claim innocent husbands are being kept in inhumane conditions

The men’s relatives describe the conditions in the prison as worse than the North Pole

Sea change: A Russian coastguard approaches activists

Russian claims of drugs haul on seized ship is ‘ridiculous’, says Greenpeace

The 28 protesters and two freelance journalists are currently being detained and had previously all been charged with ‘piracy’

Vladimir Putin, seen here at a press conference on the last day of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Indonesia, has demanded an apology from the Netherlands over the arrest of a Russian diplomat

Netherlands apologises to furious Vladimir Putin after Russian diplomat ‘beaten and detained’ in The Hague

The Russian embassy’s second-most senior diplomat says he was ‘defending his children’ from unidentified masked assailants

Greenpeace protesters highlight the case of UK cameraman Kieran Bryan, currently in a Russian jail

Greepeace protests over 'inhumane' care of activists held in Russia on piracy charges

Environmental group  to file a case with the European Court of Human Rights

Russian Coast Guards seize the Greenpeace ship the Arctic Sunrise, following a protest by Greenpeace activists at a Russian oil platform in the Pechora Sea, off the coast of Russia.

Russia charges 14 Greenpeace activists with piracy over Gazprom oil drilling protest

Activists, including four from UK, face a maximum jail sentence of 15 years

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Attacks cost £154m in lost tourism

Greenpeace protest: Russia claims activists ‘posed real threat’

Group was campaigning against attempts by companies to drill for oil in Arctic waters

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Greenpeace campaigner Dima Litvinov in court yesterday

Russian court denies bail to British Greenpeace oil rig protesters

Judges order activists accused of piracy be put in pre-trial detention for two months

A Russian Coast Guard officer points a gun at a Greenpeace activist as others attempt to climb the Prirazlomnaya oil platform

Russian court to rule over Greenpeace activists

A Russian court is expected to rule in the case of 30 Greenpeace activists apprehended after they tried to scale an offshore oil platform last week.

A Russian Coast Guard officer points a gun at a Greenpeace activist as others attempt to climb the Prirazlomnaya oil platform

President Putin: Greenpeace activists were 'obviously' not pirates

Russian president Vladimir Putin has said "it was completely obvious" Greenpeace activists currently detained over an Artic drilling protest were not pirates, despite Russian authorities announcing on Tuesday that investigators were considering piracy charges.

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