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Pesticides pose global threat to biodiversity and are key factor in bee decline - Click Green

PAN in the News - Wed, 2014-06-25 03:13

Toronto Star

Pesticides pose global threat to biodiversity and are key factor in bee decline
Click Green
Nick Mole of Pesticide Action Network UK, a member of the Bee Coalition, commented: "This important report from the IUCN makes it clear that those that have been concerned about the effects of neonicotinoids on pollinators have been right to be ...
Spokane, WA Ends Use of NeonicotinoidsFood Poisoning Bulletin
Scientists Release Landmark Worldwide Assessment Detailing Effects Of Bee ...Mintpress News
Pesticides devastating world's wildlife, say leading scientistsThe Voice of Russia

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International report calls for greater restrictions on neonicotinoid use - Horticulture Week

PAN in the News - Tue, 2014-06-24 20:15

International report calls for greater restrictions on neonicotinoid use
Horticulture Week
Pesticide Action Network UK policy officer Nick Mole said: "This important report makes it clear that those that have been concerned about the effects of neonicotinoids on pollinators have been right to be concerned." But Crop Protection Association ...

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Global Report on 'Neonicotinoid Disaster' a 'Wake-Up Call' to Save the Bees ... - Between The Lines

PAN in the News - Tue, 2014-06-24 18:55

Global Report on 'Neonicotinoid Disaster' a 'Wake-Up Call' to Save the Bees ...
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“This report should be a final wake up call for American regulators who have been slow to respond to the science,” stated Emily Marquez, PhD, staff scientist at Pesticide Action Network North America. “The weight of the evidence showing harm to bees ...

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Scientists Release Landmark 'Worldwide Assessment' of Bee-Harming ... - eNews Park Forest

PAN in the News - Tue, 2014-06-24 09:55

Scientists Release Landmark 'Worldwide Assessment' of Bee-Harming ...
eNews Park Forest
“This report should be a final wake up call for American regulators who have been slow to respond to the science,” said Emily Marquez, PhD, staff scientist at Pesticide Action Network North America. “The weight of the evidence showing harm to bees and ...

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(MKTW) Affinor Growers Closes Technology License with Vertical Designs Ltd ... - Wall Street Journal

PAN in the News - Tue, 2014-06-24 06:18

(MKTW) Affinor Growers Closes Technology License with Vertical Designs Ltd ...
Wall Street Journal
Pesticide Action Network analysis of pesticide residues using USDA data found 54 different pesticide residues were detected among strawberry samples. The testing turned up nine known or probable carcinogens, 24 suspected hormone disruptors, ...

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Affinor Growers Closes Technology License with Vertical Designs Ltd. to Enter ... - Stockhouse

PAN in the News - Tue, 2014-06-24 06:17

Affinor Growers Closes Technology License with Vertical Designs Ltd. to Enter ...
Stockhouse
Pesticide Action Network analysis of pesticide residues using USDA data found 54 different pesticide residues were detected among strawberry samples. The testing turned up nine known or probable carcinogens, 24 suspected hormone disruptors, ...

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Affinor Growers Closes Technology License with Vertical Designs Ltd. to Enter ... - Marketwired (press release)

PAN in the News - Tue, 2014-06-24 06:16

Affinor Growers Closes Technology License with Vertical Designs Ltd. to Enter ...
Marketwired (press release)
Pesticide Action Network analysis of pesticide residues using USDA data found 54 different pesticide residues were detected among strawberry samples. The testing turned up nine known or probable carcinogens, 24 suspected hormone disruptors, ...

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Affinor Growers Closes Technology License with Vertical Designs Ltd. to Enter ... - Marketwired (press release)

PAN in the News - Tue, 2014-06-24 06:16

Affinor Growers Closes Technology License with Vertical Designs Ltd. to Enter ...
Marketwired (press release)
Pesticide Action Network analysis of pesticide residues using USDA data found 54 different pesticide residues were detected among strawberry samples. The testing turned up nine known or probable carcinogens, 24 suspected hormone disruptors, ...

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Study links pesticides to increased autism risk - Dubuque Telegraph Herald

PAN in the News - Tue, 2014-06-24 02:47

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Study links pesticides to increased autism risk
Dubuque Telegraph Herald
Paul Towers, spokesman for Pesticide Action Network North America, a San Francisco-based advocacy group, said the UC Davis study should prompt state and federal officials to take more aggressive action to reduce pesticide use. Fadipe of the state ...
UC Davis study links autism to pesticidesMerced Sun-Star

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