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Cafe's tips all donated to charity - The Argus

Apr 19, 2018

Cafe's tips all donated to charity
The Argus
A CAFE has completed the first month of its “tips for change” project. Every month Bright Now Café, based in the Brighthelm Centre, North Road, Brighton, collects all its tips and donates 100 per cent to a local charity. At the end of the first month ...

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Campaign launched to ban toxic pesticides in London - Enfield Independent

Apr 17, 2018

Enfield Independent

Campaign launched to ban toxic pesticides in London
Enfield Independent
A charity has launched a campaign to make London the first city in the UK to ban toxic pesticides in public spaces. Pesticide-Free London was launched yesterday by the charity Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK). Ahead of the London local elections on ...

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Campaign launched to ban toxic pesticides in London - Times Series

Apr 17, 2018

Times Series

Campaign launched to ban toxic pesticides in London
Times Series
A charity has launched a campaign to make London the first city in the UK to ban toxic pesticides in public spaces. Pesticide-Free London was launched yesterday by the charity Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK). Ahead of the London local elections on ...

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Campaign launched to ban toxic pesticides in London - East London and West Essex Guardian Series

Apr 17, 2018

East London and West Essex Guardian Series

Campaign launched to ban toxic pesticides in London
East London and West Essex Guardian Series
A charity has launched a campaign to make London the first city in the UK to ban toxic pesticides in public spaces. Pesticide-Free London was launched yesterday by the charity Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK). Ahead of the London local elections on ...

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Environmentalists and Farmers Seek Court Decision Halting Use of Dow's 'Agent Orange' Pesticide - EcoWatch

Apr 13, 2018

EcoWatch

Environmentalists and Farmers Seek Court Decision Halting Use of Dow's 'Agent Orange' Pesticide
EcoWatch
Denise O'Brien, an Iowa farmer and board president of the Pesticide Action Network, emphasized EPA's responsibility to protect rural communities. "By continuing to cave to the pesticide industry's every wish, EPA is abandoning its duty to protect the ...

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Environmentalists and Farmers Seek Court Decision Halting Use of Dow's Pesticide - YubaNet

Apr 12, 2018

Common Dreams

Environmentalists and Farmers Seek Court Decision Halting Use of Dow's Pesticide
YubaNet
Denise O'Brien, an Iowa farmer and board president of the Pesticide Action Network, emphasized EPA's responsibility to protect rural communities. “By continuing to cave to the pesticide industry's every wish, EPA is abandoning its duty to protect the ...
Conservation Groups, Farmers Seek Court Decision to Declare Dow ...Center for Biological Diversity (press release)
Environmentalists and Farmers Seek Court Decision Halting Use of ...Common Dreams

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Conservation Groups, Farmers Seek Court Decision to Declare Dow Chemical's New Agent Orange-based Pesticide ... - Center for Biological Diversity (press release)

Apr 12, 2018

Conservation Groups, Farmers Seek Court Decision to Declare Dow Chemical's New Agent Orange-based Pesticide ...
Center for Biological Diversity (press release)
Denise O'Brien, an Iowa farmer and board president of the Pesticide Action Network, emphasized EPA's responsibility to protect rural communities. “By continuing to cave to the pesticide industry's every wish, EPA is shirking its duty to protect the ...

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Environmentalists and Farmers Seek Court Decision Halting Use of Dow's “Agent Orange” Pesticide - Common Dreams

Apr 12, 2018

Environmentalists and Farmers Seek Court Decision Halting Use of Dow's “Agent Orange” Pesticide
Common Dreams
Denise O'Brien, an Iowa farmer and board president of the Pesticide Action Network, emphasized EPA's responsibility to protect rural communities. “By continuing to cave to the pesticide industry's every wish, EPA is abandoning its duty to protect the ...

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Web of Life: Which matters more, humans or insects? - Millstone News

Apr 11, 2018

Millstone News

Web of Life: Which matters more, humans or insects?
Millstone News
At a broader level, we can support our municipality's use of warm-spectrum street lighting and encourage retailers to do likewise for their outdoor illumination – which, by the way, is better for our own health too. We can support environmental groups ...

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DOJ Approval Of Bayer AG-Monsanto Mega-Merger Hangs Farmers Out To Dry - ValueWalk

Apr 9, 2018

ValueWalk

DOJ Approval Of Bayer AG-Monsanto Mega-Merger Hangs Farmers Out To Dry
ValueWalk
... Northeast Organic Dairy Producers Alliance, Northeast Organic Farming Association of Connecticut, Northeast Organic Farming Association of Massachusetts, Organic Farmers Association, Organic Farming Research Foundation, Organic Seed Alliance ...

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International fact-finding mission in Comval pushes through amid military psy-war - Bulatlat

Apr 7, 2018

International fact-finding mission in Comval pushes through amid military psy-war
Bulatlat
“It is among the mission's objectives to document these cases to show the magnitude of rights abuses under martial law,” said Casilao. The International Fact-Finding and Solidarity Mission (IFFSM) is led by farmers' groups and rights advocates, in ...

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Philippine soldiers harass mission probing rights abuses in Mindanao - Asia Pacific Report

Apr 7, 2018

Asia Pacific Report

Philippine soldiers harass mission probing rights abuses in Mindanao
Asia Pacific Report
Former congressmen Satur Ocampo and Fernando Hicap, and incumbent representatives of the Makabayan bloc, are among the delegates of the International Fact-Finding Mission to Defend Filipino Peasants' Land and Human Rights Against Militarism and Plunder ...

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International fact-finding mission in Comval pushes through amid military psy-war - Davao Today

Apr 6, 2018

Davao Today

International fact-finding mission in Comval pushes through amid military psy-war
Davao Today
“It is among the mission's objectives to document these cases to show the magnitude of rights abuses under martial law,” said Casilao. The International Fact-Finding and Solidarity Mission (IFFSM) is led by farmers' groups and rights advocates, in ...

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Soldiers harass mission probing rights abuses in Mindanao - Bulatlat

Apr 6, 2018

Soldiers harass mission probing rights abuses in Mindanao
Bulatlat
Former congressmen Satur Ocampo and Fernando Hicap, and incumbent representatives of the Makabayan bloc, are among the delegates of the International Fact-Finding Mission to Defend Filipino Peasants' Land and Human Rights Against Militarism and Plunder ...

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Campaigners accuse farming lobby of misleading public over pesticides - The Ecologist

Apr 4, 2018

The Ecologist

Campaigners accuse farming lobby of misleading public over pesticides
The Ecologist
These organisations frequently claim that the amount of pesticides used in the UK has halved since 1990 when defending pesticide use, Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK) has claimed. But the statistic is meaningless, since it refers to the weight of ...

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Judge allows 6 Arkansas farmers to use controversial Monsanto herbicide despite state ban - RT

Apr 3, 2018

RT

Judge allows 6 Arkansas farmers to use controversial Monsanto herbicide despite state ban
RT
Damage was reported in 20 states and affected 3.5 million acres of crops, according to Pesticide Action Network. Farmers submitted more than 2,700 reports to state agricultural agencies, claiming dicamba spraying destroyed 3.6 million acres of soybeans ...

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Rep. Steve King Wants to Undo State Laws Protecting Animals and the Environment - Civil Eats

Apr 3, 2018

Civil Eats

Rep. Steve King Wants to Undo State Laws Protecting Animals and the Environment
Civil Eats
Missouri farmer Wes Shoemyer felt a huge relief last October when his state passed legislation restricting the application of the weed killer dicamba, which has a tendency to vaporize and drift, harming plants not genetically modified to resist it ...

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

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)

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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