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Glyphosate in the EU: Product Promoters Masquerading as Regulators in a “cesspool of corruption”? - RINF Alternative News

PAN in the News - May 15, 2016

RINF Alternative News

Glyphosate in the EU: Product Promoters Masquerading as Regulators in a “cesspool of corruption”?
RINF Alternative News
For this reason Dr Unterweger is pressing charges on behalf of Munich Environmental Institute and the six environmental organisations: Global 2000, Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Europe, PAN Germany, PAN UK, Générations Futures (France), WeMove ...

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Glyphosate in the EU: Product Promoters Masquerading as Regulators in a “cesspool of corruption”? - RINF Alternative News

PAN in the News - May 15, 2016

RINF Alternative News

Glyphosate in the EU: Product Promoters Masquerading as Regulators in a “cesspool of corruption”?
RINF Alternative News
For this reason Dr Unterweger is pressing charges on behalf of Munich Environmental Institute and the six environmental organisations: Global 2000, Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Europe, PAN Germany, PAN UK, Générations Futures (France), WeMove ...

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Report presents effects of pesticide exposure on children - Park Rapids Enterprise

PAN in the News - May 14, 2016

Report presents effects of pesticide exposure on children
Park Rapids Enterprise
"Kids are on the frontline in Minnesota," the Pesticide Action Network warns in a recently released report on the effects of children's exposure to pesticides. The report, compiled by "independent scientific experts based on dozens of objective studies ...

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Neonic-treated seed lawsuit moves ahead in federal court - Agri-Pulse

PAN in the News - May 13, 2016

Neonic-treated seed lawsuit moves ahead in federal court
Agri-Pulse
In addition to beekeepers Bret Adee, Jeff Anderson and David Hackenberg, plaintiffs include two farmers, Lucas Criswell and Gail Fuller, as well as the Pollinator Stewardship Council, Center for Food Safety, Pesticide Action Network North America, and ...

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Why honeybees need protection, and what you can do to help - Mountaintimes

PAN in the News - May 13, 2016

Mountaintimes

Why honeybees need protection, and what you can do to help
Mountaintimes
... and honeybee conservation methods designed by environmental agencies, there are many things that regular citizens and homeowners can do to protect honeybees this summer. The Environmental Protection Agency and the Pesticide Action Network offer ...

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Beekeepers Fight EPA on Pesticide Regulation - Courthouse News Service

PAN in the News - May 12, 2016

Beekeepers Fight EPA on Pesticide Regulation
Courthouse News Service
... exemptions include beekeepers Anderson, Bret Adee and David Hackenberg; farmers Lucas Criswell and Gail Fuller; the Pollinator Stewardship Council; American Bird Conservancy; Center for Food Safety; and Pesticide Action Network of North America.

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Monterey County pilots pesticide notification program - Register Pajaronian

PAN in the News - May 11, 2016

Monterey County pilots pesticide notification program
Register Pajaronian
SALINAS — Surrounded by a group of activists that has long fought the application of pesticides around schools, the Monterey County Agricultural Commissioner on Tuesday announced a new set of rules that will alert schools, parents and students when ...

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Monterey County pilots pesticide notification program - Register Pajaronian

PAN in the News - May 11, 2016

Monterey County pilots pesticide notification program
Register Pajaronian
SALINAS — Surrounded by a group of activists that has long fought the application of pesticides around schools, the Monterey County Agricultural Commissioner on Tuesday announced a new set of rules that will alert schools, parents and students when ...

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Scientists Put Bees on the Menu - TakePart

PAN in the News - May 11, 2016

TakePart

Scientists Put Bees on the Menu
TakePart
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Study: Pesticide use increasingly linked to childhood cancer, neurological harm - Bakersfield Now

PAN in the News - May 10, 2016

Bakersfield Now

Study: Pesticide use increasingly linked to childhood cancer, neurological harm
Bakersfield Now
Emily Marquez, one of the report's authors, is an endocrinologist and staff scientist at Pesticide Action Network. Marquez said pesticides linked to cancer and neurological harm travel through air, water and dust, then end up in areas where children ...

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Pesticide program warns schools before spraying - Visalia Times-Delta

PAN in the News - May 10, 2016

Visalia Times-Delta

Pesticide program warns schools before spraying
Visalia Times-Delta
One report is Kids on the Frontline, by the Pesticide Action Network. It is a summary of several studies linking pesticide exposure to childhood cancers and developing brains impairment. It shows that in California, Latino school children face the ...

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County launches pestcides pilot program - The Salinas Californian

PAN in the News - May 10, 2016

The Salinas Californian

County launches pestcides pilot program
The Salinas Californian
One report is Kids on the Frontline, by the Pesticide Action Network. It is a summary of several studies linking pesticide exposure to childhood cancers and developing brains impairment. It shows that in California, Latino school children face the ...

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Kids Are on the Frontline of Pesticide Exposure - Environmental Working Group

PAN in the News - May 10, 2016

Kids Are on the Frontline of Pesticide Exposure
Environmental Working Group
Dozens of independent studies show that pesticides do profound damage to children's health, according to a report released this week (May 10) by the non-profit Pesticide Action Network. The report, titled Kids on the Frontline, pulled together evidence ...

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Children in Farm Communities Pay a Steep Price for the Food We Eat - Civil Eats

PAN in the News - May 10, 2016

Civil Eats

Children in Farm Communities Pay a Steep Price for the Food We Eat
Civil Eats
The report out today from Pesticide Action Network (PAN) found that children in rural and agriculture communities across the United States are effectively exposed to a “double dose” of pesticides. They're exposed both directly, through pesticide drift ...

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All Angles Covered: Is the EU Completely in the Pocket of the Biotech Industry? - CounterPunch

PAN in the News - May 10, 2016

All Angles Covered: Is the EU Completely in the Pocket of the Biotech Industry?
CounterPunch
If the decision-making and propaganda surrounding glyphosate were made into a Shakespearean play, it would be based on tragedy. In the absence of Shakespeare, here's a short but excellent video by Pesticide Action Network Europe: ...

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Is the EU Completely in the Pocket of the Biotech Industry? Say No to Glyphosate - Center for Research on Globalization

PAN in the News - May 9, 2016

Center for Research on Globalization

Is the EU Completely in the Pocket of the Biotech Industry? Say No to Glyphosate
Center for Research on Globalization
If the decision-making and propaganda surrounding glyphosate were made into a Shakespearean play, it would be based on tragedy. In the absence of Shakespeare, here's a short but excellent video by Pesticide Action Network Europe: ...

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ACSH Advisers Featured In Nature Biotechnology Journal - American Council on Science and Health

PAN in the News - May 9, 2016

ACSH Advisers Featured In Nature Biotechnology Journal
American Council on Science and Health
... they let papers walk through peer-review if an academy member gave them a free pass, a disastrous policy exploited by agenda-based scientists funded by groups like Pesticide Action Network to get special Scientific Advisory Panels called about a ...

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All Angles Covered: Is the EU Completely in the Pocket of the Biotech Industry? - RINF Alternative News

PAN in the News - May 9, 2016

All Angles Covered: Is the EU Completely in the Pocket of the Biotech Industry?
RINF Alternative News
“In less than a fortnight, EU Member States will take a decision on the re-approval of glyphosate. Genius [lobby firm] is working to get this toxic herbicide re-approved by communicating the industry's mantra that glyphosate is scientifically proven ...

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All Angles Covered: Is the EU Completely in the Pocket of the Biotech Industry? - RINF Alternative News

PAN in the News - May 9, 2016

RINF Alternative News

All Angles Covered: Is the EU Completely in the Pocket of the Biotech Industry?
RINF Alternative News
“In less than a fortnight, EU Member States will take a decision on the re-approval of glyphosate. Genius [lobby firm] is working to get this toxic herbicide re-approved by communicating the industry's mantra that glyphosate is scientifically proven ...

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Pesticide-free cities are possible! But there's more to it than vinegar - The Ecologist (blog)

PAN in the News - May 9, 2016

The Ecologist (blog)

Pesticide-free cities are possible! But there's more to it than vinegar
The Ecologist (blog)
Has it - as Pesticide Action Network UK says - been "set up to fail"? Many other effective alternatives exist, as PAN-UK point out, and are already in use in other European and UK cities. Indeed there are many hundreds of examples from around the world ...

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