Bryan Farrell

Bryan Farrell a New York-based writer, covering topics that range from the environment and climate change to foreign policy and militarism. His work has appeared in a number of publications, including The Nation, Mother Jones and The Guardian.

When biohack-tivists attack

Eating GMOs as a form of protest [VIDEO]

Upset about genetically modified foods entering the food chain with little or no public debate? The Center for Genomic Gastronomy says don't just get mad -- get creative.

Rain o'er me

Documentary examines geoengineering and the checkered history of weather modification

Geoengineering had its coming out party earlier this year when White House science adviser John Holdren told reporters that he had mentioned it to President Obama as a possible, admittedly desperate, option to combat climate change. Before then, the idea of hacking the planet was largely outside the realm of public discussion, which is why few people know that when Lyndon Johnson became the first president to be warned about global warming, his science advisers offered up geoengineering as the only possible solution. Watch the movie trailer at the bottom of this article.4th Row FilmsThis insistence upon the manipulation of …

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