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Neonicotinoids Called 'Bigger Threat' to Environment than DDT - eNews Park Forest

Oct 10, 2014

eNews Park Forest

Neonicotinoids Called 'Bigger Threat' to Environment than DDT
eNews Park Forest
Here in the U.S., Beyond Pesticides, Center for Food Safety, Pesticide Action Network North America, and U.S. beekeepers filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2013 calling for a ban on clothianidin and thiamethoxam, ...

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The real dangers of GMOs Dow Chemical doesn't want you to know about - Salon

Oct 9, 2014

The real dangers of GMOs Dow Chemical doesn't want you to know about
Salon
... and the Pesticide Action Network have demanded in lawsuits filed in 2007 and in 2014. Dow has long insisted that its chlorpyrifos products are safe, despite tens of thousands of reports of acute poisoning and multiple studies linking low-level ...

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Surfrider fights GMO and pesticides in Kauai - SurferToday

Oct 9, 2014

SurferToday

Surfrider fights GMO and pesticides in Kauai
SurferToday
Now, Surfrider Foundation, Earthjustice, Center for Food Safety, Pesticide Action Network and Ka Makani Ho'opono are appealing the decision. Ordinance 960 mandates the posting of warning signs that conform to worker protection standards and requires ...

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Cancer concerns raised over pesticides found in air - The Salinas Californian

Oct 8, 2014

The Salinas Californian

Cancer concerns raised over pesticides found in air
The Salinas Californian
Emily Marquez, PhD, staff scientist for The Pesticide Action Network (PAN) stated in a Sept. 23 news release: “For the past two years PAN has pointed to the problems of a sampling plan that fails to focus on periods of peak use, sampling sites located ...

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The 10 Most Toxic Fruits and Vegetables - TakePart

Oct 7, 2014

TakePart

The 10 Most Toxic Fruits and Vegetables
TakePart
All of these have been linked to developmental issues, cancer, and hormone disruption in children, according to the Pesticide Action Network North America. Even worse is the fumigant methyl iodide, which was the EPA banned in 2012 but can still be used ...

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What California's New Food Laws Mean for SD's Farmers Markets - PublicCEO.com

Oct 7, 2014

What California's New Food Laws Mean for SD's Farmers Markets
PublicCEO.com
Paul Towers, a spokesman for Pesticide Action Network, said the new law is a signal to the state agency that it needs to do more to address the threats facing bees – critical pollinators of billions of dollars' worth of crops throughout California ...

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The Ghost in the GMO Machine - PR Watch

Oct 7, 2014

PR Watch

The Ghost in the GMO Machine
PR Watch
... the EPA will decide in 2015 whether it still agrees that chlorpyrifos is safe for farming, or whether it will order a complete ban, as Earthjustice, the Natural Resources Defense Council, and the Pesticide Action Network have demanded in lawsuits ...

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The Ghost in the GMO Machine - Earth Island Journal

Oct 7, 2014

Earth Island Journal

The Ghost in the GMO Machine
Earth Island Journal
... the EPA will decide in 2015 whether it still agrees that chlorpyrifos is safe for farming, or whether it will order a complete ban, as Earthjustice, the Natural Resources Defense Council, and the Pesticide Action Network have demanded in lawsuits ...

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Governor Brown's Office Counsel, FPPC Collude To Cover Up Violations ... - Los Cerritos News

Oct 3, 2014

Governor Brown's Office Counsel, FPPC Collude To Cover Up Violations ...
Los Cerritos News
It was also shown that she was a director for the board of Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA), an entity that paid Communities for a New California (CNC), a non-profit controlled by Guzman-Aceves and her partner in Cultivo Consulting ...

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California To Limit Chlorpyrifos' Food Production Use, Environmentalists Sue EPA - eNews Park Forest

Oct 2, 2014

California To Limit Chlorpyrifos' Food Production Use, Environmentalists Sue EPA
eNews Park Forest
Last week, the Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA) and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) sued EPA to compel the agency to fully respond to a 2007 petition after a lengthy seven-year delay. The groups are asking the court to find ...

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California To Limit Chlorpyrifos' Food Production Use, Environmentalists Sue EPA - eNews Park Forest

Oct 2, 2014

California To Limit Chlorpyrifos' Food Production Use, Environmentalists Sue EPA
eNews Park Forest
Last week, the Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA) and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) sued EPA to compel the agency to fully respond to a 2007 petition after a lengthy seven-year delay. The groups are asking the court to find ...

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Thinking Beyond Organics For Safe Food And Water In South Asia - Asian Scientist Magazine

Oct 1, 2014

Asian Scientist Magazine

Thinking Beyond Organics For Safe Food And Water In South Asia
Asian Scientist Magazine
Pesticide Action Network Asia and the Pacific (PAN AP), an advocacy group, points out that more than half of all pesticides used in India and Pakistan (by volume) is released in cotton plantations. Part of this toxic load gets washed off farmlands and ...

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Clare Leschin-Hoar - Voice of San Diego

Oct 1, 2014

Voice of San Diego

Clare Leschin-Hoar
Voice of San Diego
Paul Towers, a spokesman for Pesticide Action Network, said the new law is a signal to the state agency that it needs to do more to address the threats facing bees – critical pollinators of billions of dollars' worth of crops throughout California ...

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Clare Leschin-Hoar - Voice of San Diego

Oct 1, 2014

Voice of San Diego

Clare Leschin-Hoar
Voice of San Diego
Paul Towers, a spokesman for Pesticide Action Network, said the new law is a signal to the state agency that it needs to do more to address the threats facing bees – critical pollinators of billions of dollars' worth of crops throughout California ...

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Clare Leschin-Hoar - Voice of San Diego

Oct 1, 2014

Voice of San Diego

Clare Leschin-Hoar
Voice of San Diego
Paul Towers, a spokesman for Pesticide Action Network, said the new law is a signal to the state agency that it needs to do more to address the threats facing bees – critical pollinators of billions of dollars' worth of crops throughout California ...

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Clare Leschin-Hoar - Voice of San Diego

Oct 1, 2014

Voice of San Diego

Clare Leschin-Hoar
Voice of San Diego
Paul Towers, a spokesman for Pesticide Action Network, said the new law is a signal to the state agency that it needs to do more to address the threats facing bees – critical pollinators of billions of dollars' worth of crops throughout California ...

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Clare Leschin-Hoar - Voice of San Diego

Oct 1, 2014

Voice of San Diego

Clare Leschin-Hoar
Voice of San Diego
Paul Towers, a spokesman for Pesticide Action Network, said the new law is a signal to the state agency that it needs to do more to address the threats facing bees – critical pollinators of billions of dollars' worth of crops throughout California ...

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Clare Leschin-Hoar - Voice of San Diego

Oct 1, 2014

Voice of San Diego

Clare Leschin-Hoar
Voice of San Diego
Paul Towers, a spokesman for Pesticide Action Network, said the new law is a signal to the state agency that it needs to do more to address the threats facing bees – critical pollinators of billions of dollars' worth of crops throughout California ...

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Clare Leschin-Hoar - Voice of San Diego

Oct 1, 2014

Voice of San Diego

Clare Leschin-Hoar
Voice of San Diego
Paul Towers, a spokesman for Pesticide Action Network, said the new law is a signal to the state agency that it needs to do more to address the threats facing bees – critical pollinators of billions of dollars' worth of crops throughout California ...

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Clare Leschin-Hoar - Voice of San Diego

Oct 1, 2014

Voice of San Diego

Clare Leschin-Hoar
Voice of San Diego
Paul Towers, a spokesman for Pesticide Action Network, said the new law is a signal to the state agency that it needs to do more to address the threats facing bees – critical pollinators of billions of dollars' worth of crops throughout California ...

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