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Taking Action for Public Science: Re-Imagining Iowa's Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture - Union of Concerned Scientists (blog)

PAN in the News - Mar 27, 2018

Union of Concerned Scientists (blog)

Taking Action for Public Science: Re-Imagining Iowa's Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture
Union of Concerned Scientists (blog)
Ahna is Pesticide Action Network North America's Communications Director and is based out of Berkeley, CA. Ahna is also a Food First / Institute for Food and Development Policy Fellow, and holds a Master of Science in Sustainable Agriculture and ...

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Judge Rules EPA Violated Pesticide Rules in Delaying Protections for Farmworker Children - Beyond Pesticides (press release) (blog)

PAN in the News - Mar 26, 2018

Beyond Pesticides (press release) (blog)

Judge Rules EPA Violated Pesticide Rules in Delaying Protections for Farmworker Children
Beyond Pesticides (press release) (blog)
... farmworker organizations represented by Earthjustice and Farmworker Justice to file suit on behalf of Farmworker Association of Florida, United Farm Workers, Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste, California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation ...

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Study Shows Some Pesticides More Bee-Safe Than Others, But Are Any Pesticides Eco-Friendly? - EcoWatch

PAN in the News - Mar 23, 2018

EcoWatch

Study Shows Some Pesticides More Bee-Safe Than Others, But Are Any Pesticides Eco-Friendly?
EcoWatch
Pesticide Action Network UK Director Keith Tyrell told DW that focusing only on bee-safe pesticides was misguided, since insect loss also threatened overall biodiversity. "We need to find a way to change our agricultural model, and switch to non ...

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