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EPA Reverses Plan to Ban Toxic Pesticide after Meeting Dow Chemical CEO - Care2.com

PAN in the News - Jul 1, 2017

Care2.com

EPA Reverses Plan to Ban Toxic Pesticide after Meeting Dow Chemical CEO
Care2.com
The Natural Resource Defense Council (NRDC), Pesticide Action Network and Earthjustice initiated a lawsuit against the EPA mere days after Pruitt's decision to reverse the ban on chlorpyrifos. Only days ago, Liveris received the 2017 Global Leadership ...
EPA Chief Did Not Meet With Dow Chemical CEO, Contrary to News ReportsWashington Free Beacon
EPA chief met with Dow Chemical CEO before deciding not to ban toxic pesticideLos Angeles Times
Trump's EPA chief met with chemical CEO before dropping pesticide ban: reportThe Hill
Gizmodo -Common Dreams -E&E News
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EPA Chief Did Not Meet With Dow Chemical CEO, Contrary to News Reports - Washington Free Beacon

PAN in the News - Jun 30, 2017

The Hill

EPA Chief Did Not Meet With Dow Chemical CEO, Contrary to News Reports
Washington Free Beacon
A petition to ban chlorpyrifos brought forth by Pesticide Action Network (PAN) North America, a group that fights against "corporate greed," and the environmentalist group Natural Resources Defense Council was denied by the EPA on March 29. In denying ...
EPA chief met with Dow Chemical CEO before deciding not to ban toxic pesticideLos Angeles Times
Trump's EPA chief met with chemical CEO before dropping pesticide ban: reportThe Hill
EPA Head Met With CEO of Dow Before Rejecting Ban on Dow's Toxic PesticideGizmodo
The National Law Review -Common Dreams -E&E News -AP News
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World's herbicides market worth $39.15bn by 2022 - WhaTech

PAN in the News - Jun 30, 2017

WhaTech

World's herbicides market worth $39.15bn by 2022
WhaTech
The Pesticide Action Network (South America) handles regulatory control in the region. T Herbicide products can be registered with minimum resistance from other regulatory agencies in the South American region. This report includes a study of ...

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The debate rages on: Are neonicotinoid pesticides killing bees? - Deutsche Welle

PAN in the News - Jun 30, 2017

Deutsche Welle

The debate rages on: Are neonicotinoid pesticides killing bees?
Deutsche Welle
Insecticides are generally the most toxic pesticides, at least in terms of direct, short-term effects, according to the Pesticide Action Network. Particularly controversial are neonicotinoids, a family of insecticides used to control destructive crop ...
Neonicotinoids linked to bee harm by two studiesRadio New Zealand
Country-specific effects of neonicotinoid pesticides on honey bees and wild bees | ScienceScience

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Study: neonicotinoid pesticides are killing bees - Deutsche Welle

PAN in the News - Jun 29, 2017

Deutsche Welle

Study: neonicotinoid pesticides are killing bees
Deutsche Welle
Insecticides are generally the most toxic pesticides, at least in terms of direct, short-term effects, according to the Pesticide Action Network. Particularly controversial are neonicotinoids, a family of insecticides used to control destructive crop ...

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EPA Chief Scott Pruitt Met With Dow CEO Just Before Killing Effort to Ban Toxic Pesticide - Common Dreams

PAN in the News - Jun 28, 2017

The Hill

EPA Chief Scott Pruitt Met With Dow CEO Just Before Killing Effort to Ban Toxic Pesticide
Common Dreams
That's just three weeks before he denied a petition from two environmental groups, initiated a decade ago, calling for a total ban on the harmful pesticide—a decision, wrote Kristin Schafer, program and policy director at Pesticide Action Network ...
EPA chief met with Dow Chemical CEO before deciding not to ban ...Los Angeles Times
Trump's EPA chief met with chemical CEO before dropping pesticide ban: reportThe Hill
EPA Head Met With CEO of Dow Before Rejecting Ban on Dow's Toxic PesticideGizmodo
HuffPost -WHSV -Opposing Views
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New guide presents positive impacts of organic cotton - Innovation in Textiles

PAN in the News - Jun 28, 2017

Innovation in Textiles

New guide presents positive impacts of organic cotton
Innovation in Textiles
Textile Exchange has released Quick Guide to Organic Cotton, an overview of the positive impacts of organic cotton, including frequently asked questions and ...

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New guide presents positive impacts of organic cotton - Innovation in Textiles

PAN in the News - Jun 28, 2017

Innovation in Textiles

New guide presents positive impacts of organic cotton
Innovation in Textiles
Organic cotton is grown without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides or fertilizers while chemical cotton is dependent on both. According to the Pesticide Action Network UK, cotton crops cover 2.4% of the world's cultivated land but use 6% of the ...

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New guide presents positive impacts of organic cotton - Knitting Industry

PAN in the News - Jun 28, 2017

Knitting Industry

New guide presents positive impacts of organic cotton
Knitting Industry
Organic cotton is grown without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides or fertilizers while chemical cotton is dependent on both. According to the Pesticide Action Network UK, cotton crops cover 2.4% of the world's cultivated land but use 6% of the ...

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New guide presents positive impacts of organic cotton - Innovation in Textiles

PAN in the News - Jun 28, 2017

Innovation in Textiles

New guide presents positive impacts of organic cotton
Innovation in Textiles
Organic cotton is grown without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides or fertilizers while chemical cotton is dependent on both. According to the Pesticide Action Network UK, cotton crops cover 2.4% of the world's cultivated land but use 6% of the ...

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