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Sport fishermen vie for priority - Industry study: added sugars a recipe for ... - Politico

PAN in the News - Aug 7, 2014

Sport fishermen vie for priority - Industry study: added sugars a recipe for ...
Politico
Marcia Ishii-Eiteman, PhD, senior scientist with Pesticide Action Network, says: “Today USDA has turned its back on America's farmers and rural communities.” She notes that thousands of people have submitted comments urging the department to reject the ...

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USDA leaning to approve Monsanto's new GMO beans, cotton - agprofessional.com

PAN in the News - Aug 7, 2014

USDA leaning to approve Monsanto's new GMO beans, cotton
agprofessional.com
"We are outraged," said Marcia Ishii-Eiteman, senior scientist with the Pesticide Action Network North America. "Despite all of this public outcry, what these decisions show is that USDA is much more interested in working with Dow and Monsanto and ...

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NGO calls for clampdown on water pollution in Cameron Highlands - The Rakyat Post

PAN in the News - Aug 6, 2014

The Rakyat Post

NGO calls for clampdown on water pollution in Cameron Highlands
The Rakyat Post
... water testing is part of a comprehensive study funded by a grant from Pesticide Action Network Asia Pacific (PANAP), an international organisation which works to replace the use of hazardous pesticides with ecologically sound and socially just ...

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NGO Calls For Clampdown On Water Pollution In Cameron Highlands - malaysiandigest.com

PAN in the News - Aug 6, 2014

NGO Calls For Clampdown On Water Pollution In Cameron Highlands
malaysiandigest.com
... water testing is part of a comprehensive study funded by a grant from Pesticide Action Network Asia Pacific (PANAP), an international organisation which works to replace the use of hazardous pesticides with ecologically sound and socially just ...

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USDA leaning toward approval of Monsanto's new GMO beans, cotton - Reuters

PAN in the News - Aug 6, 2014

USDA leaning toward approval of Monsanto's new GMO beans, cotton
Reuters
"We are outraged," said Marcia Ishii-Eiteman, senior scientist with the Pesticide Action Network North America. "Despite all of this public outcry, what these decisions show is that USDA is much more interested in working with Dow and Monsanto and ...

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USDA leaning toward approval of Monsanto's new GMO beans, cotton - Reuters

PAN in the News - Aug 6, 2014

USDA leaning toward approval of Monsanto's new GMO beans, cotton
Reuters
"We are outraged," said Marcia Ishii-Eiteman, senior scientist with the Pesticide Action Network North America. "Despite all of this public outcry, what these decisions show is that USDA is much more interested in working with Dow and Monsanto and ...

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'Naaaysayers' missed the goat point - Idaho Mountain Express and Guide

PAN in the News - Aug 6, 2014

'Naaaysayers' missed the goat point
Idaho Mountain Express and Guide
As an alternative to spraying toxic chemicals where many children and families recreate, namely the bicycle path, the BCRD and the Pesticide Action Network of Blaine County stepped in with an innovative, nontoxic weed management plan. A three-year ...

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Governor Brown Insider Guzman-Aceves Filed False Documents, Concealed ... - Los Cerritos News

PAN in the News - Aug 4, 2014

Los Cerritos News

Governor Brown Insider Guzman-Aceves Filed False Documents, Concealed ...
Los Cerritos News
That same year, CNC claimed expenses on its tax returns of $128,414 that included several “Program Service Accomplishments,” including work by CNC subcontractor “Pesticide Action Network,” (PANNA). In violation of federal tax laws, CNC failed to list ...

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Consumer: 'Eat less bread' warning after pesticides study - Yorkshire Evening Post

PAN in the News - Aug 2, 2014

Yorkshire Evening Post

Consumer: 'Eat less bread' warning after pesticides study
Yorkshire Evening Post
Almost two thirds of bread products in the UK now contain pesticide residues, according to a consumer report. The figure has more than doubled from 28 per cent of bread products in 2001 to 63 per cent last year, the study by Pesticide Action Network ...

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Body by smartphone - Phys.Org

What's on My Food news - Jul 30, 2014

Phys.Org

Body by smartphone
Phys.Org
WHAT'S ON MY FOOD? (Pesticide Action Network, free). Identify chemicals found on foods commonly sold at the grocery store. Search the database to find out which pesticides are the most dangerous and to take a crash course on pesticides for amateurs.

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Body by smartphone - Phys.Org

PAN in the News - Jul 30, 2014

Phys.Org

Body by smartphone
Phys.Org
WHAT'S ON MY FOOD? (Pesticide Action Network, free). Identify chemicals found on foods commonly sold at the grocery store. Search the database to find out which pesticides are the most dangerous and to take a crash course on pesticides for amateurs.

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The Fight for the Bees - Santa Barbara Independent

PAN in the News - Jul 29, 2014

Santa Barbara Independent

The Fight for the Bees
Santa Barbara Independent
Pesticide Action Network, Center for Food Safety, and Beyond Pesticides joined together to file a lawsuit in the Superior Court for the County of Alameda against the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR). This lawsuit specifically ...

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Midwestern Waters Are Full of Bee-Killing Pesticides - Mother Jones

PAN in the News - Jul 29, 2014

Mother Jones

Midwestern Waters Are Full of Bee-Killing Pesticides
Mother Jones
A while back, I wrote about how the US Environmental Protection Agency has been conducting a slow-motion reassessment of a widely used class of insecticides, even as evidence mounts that it's harming key ecosystem players from pollinating bees to birds.

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Written by Press Release - eNews Park Forest

PAN in the News - Jul 28, 2014

Written by Press Release
eNews Park Forest
Earlier this year, the Center and Pesticide Action Network filed a second amended complaint in their ongoing efforts to protect the nation's most vulnerable wildlife from toxic pesticides. The lawsuit seeks to compel the EPA to evaluate the impacts of ...

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Settlement Will Help Safeguard Nation's Endangered Wildlife From 5 Dangerous ... - Center for Biological Diversity (press release)

PAN in the News - Jul 28, 2014

Settlement Will Help Safeguard Nation's Endangered Wildlife From 5 Dangerous ...
Center for Biological Diversity (press release)
Earlier this year, the Center and Pesticide Action Network filed a second amended complaint in their ongoing efforts to protect the nation's most vulnerable wildlife from toxic pesticides. The lawsuit seeks to compel the EPA to evaluate the impacts of ...

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