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Trump Cripples Science… and Golf? - Dissident Voice

PAN in the News - Sep 29, 2017

Trump Cripples Science… and Golf?
Dissident Voice
Subsequent to Pruitt's decision, the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Pesticide Action Network of North America filed a motion in US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit to “force the EPA to ban chlorpyrifos,” arguing that the agency has not ...

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Experts study how 'wild' bees help 'managed' bees - Daily Democrat

Honey Bee Haven news - Sep 28, 2017

Experts study how 'wild' bees help 'managed' bees
Daily Democrat
At the Häagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven on the campus, staff manager Christine Casey said urban and suburban gardens provide “tremendous opportunity” to improve bee forage. “In fact, there are many studies that document how well bees do in urban areas; ...

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Experts study how 'wild' bees help 'managed' bees - Daily Democrat

Honey Bee Haven news - Sep 28, 2017

Experts study how 'wild' bees help 'managed' bees
Daily Democrat
At the Häagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven on the campus, staff manager Christine Casey said urban and suburban gardens provide “tremendous opportunity” to improve bee forage. “In fact, there are many studies that document how well bees do in urban areas; ...

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The green machine fuelled by your taxes - Yorkshire Post

PAN in the News - Sep 28, 2017

Yorkshire Post

The green machine fuelled by your taxes
Yorkshire Post
Indirectly, these groups have raised costs which have been felt by households across the UK. The Pesticide Action Network, which has received more than €710,000 from the European Commission over the past decade, has been vociferously campaigning ...

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California Court of Appeal Rejects State's Approval of Bee-Killing Pesticides - AlterNet

PAN in the News - Sep 28, 2017

AlterNet

California Court of Appeal Rejects State's Approval of Bee-Killing Pesticides
AlterNet
Pesticide Action Network, Center for Food Safety, and Beyond Pesticides, represented by Earthjustice, filed the underlying lawsuit in 2014, seeking to halt DPR's practice of approving ever more uses for neonicotinoid pesticides pending completion of ...

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California Court of Appeal Reverses Trial Court Decision Denying PANNA's Petition Challenging Approval by DPR of ... - Lexology (registration)

PAN in the News - Sep 27, 2017

California Court of Appeal Reverses Trial Court Decision Denying PANNA's Petition Challenging Approval by DPR of ...
Lexology (registration)
On September 19, 2017, California's Court of Appeal for the First Appellate District reversed a trial court decision denying a petition by the Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA) challenging the approval by the California Department of ...

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Government funded fruit and vegetables found in schools with alarming levels of toxic chemicals - Essex Live

PAN in the News - Sep 27, 2017

Essex Live

Government funded fruit and vegetables found in schools with alarming levels of toxic chemicals
Essex Live
Nick Mole, a policy officer at Pesticide Action Network UK, said: "Our aim is not to alarm parents but they do have a right to know what chemicals are in the food being given to their children. "While we applaud the Department for Health's efforts to ...

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California Court of Appeal Reverses Trial Court Decision Denying PANNA's Petition Challenging Approval by DPR of ... - The National Law Review

PAN in the News - Sep 26, 2017

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California Court of Appeal Reverses Trial Court Decision Denying PANNA's Petition Challenging Approval by DPR of ...
The National Law Review
On September 19, 2017, California's Court of Appeal for the First Appellate District reversed a trial court decision denying a petition by the Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA) challenging the approval by the California Department of ...
First District Holds CEQA's Substantive Requirements Apply to Environmental Documentation of State Agency Acting ...JD Supra (press release)

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California Court of Appeal Reverses Trial Court Decision Denying PANNA's Petition Challenging Approv - JD Supra (press release)

PAN in the News - Sep 26, 2017

California Court of Appeal Reverses Trial Court Decision Denying PANNA's Petition Challenging Approv
JD Supra (press release)
On September 19, 2017, California's Court of Appeal for the First Appellate District reversed a trial court decision denying a petition by the Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA) challenging the approval by the California Department of ...

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First District Holds CEQA's Substantive Requirements Apply to Environmental Documentation of State Agency Acting ... - Lexology (registration)

PAN in the News - Sep 26, 2017

First District Holds CEQA's Substantive Requirements Apply to Environmental Documentation of State Agency Acting ...
Lexology (registration)
In reversing the trial court's judgment denying plaintiff Pesticide Action Network North America's (PANNA) CEQA writ petition challenging the label amendments, the Court of Appeal squarely rejected the Department's argument that it was broadly exempt ...

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Under the leadership of Sarojeni Rengam, the Pesticide Action Network Asia Pacific (Panap) continues to push for a ... - Star2.com

PAN in the News - Sep 25, 2017

Star2.com

Under the leadership of Sarojeni Rengam, the Pesticide Action Network Asia Pacific (Panap) continues to push for a ...
Star2.com
Knowing all that eventually led her to work for the Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Asia Pacific (Panap), of which she is currently executive director. PAN is a global network dedicated to the elimination of harm upon humans and the environment by ...

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State issues health advisory after testing marijuana from Steamboat business - Steamboat Pilot & Today

PAN in the News - Sep 25, 2017

Steamboat Pilot & Today

State issues health advisory after testing marijuana from Steamboat business
Steamboat Pilot & Today
The Pesticide Action Network classifies the dangers of abamectin as acute toxicity and a development or reproductive toxin. Fisher said RMR did an internal investigation and found no employees were using abamectin. "They'd be gone," Fisher said.

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Letters to the editor Monday - Savannah Morning News

PAN in the News - Sep 25, 2017

Savannah Morning News

Letters to the editor Monday
Savannah Morning News
According to the Pesticide Action Network and a Columbia University study, this extremely toxic poison is related to several debilitating neurological disorders that include loss of IQ, the increased likelihood of children developing ADHD or other ...

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GOP should learn from Equifax hacking - Savannah Morning News

PAN in the News - Sep 24, 2017

GOP should learn from Equifax hacking
Savannah Morning News
According to the Pesticide Action Network and a Columbia University study, this extremely toxic poison is related to several debilitating neurological disorders that include loss of IQ, the increased likelihood of children developing ADHD or other ...

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Assumed safety of pesticide use is false: scientist - Gulf Times

PAN in the News - Sep 24, 2017

Gulf Times

Assumed safety of pesticide use is false: scientist
Gulf Times
Keith Tyrell, at Pesticide Action Network, said the current pesticide management system was not fit for purpose: “We don't know how a pesticide will really impact the environment until it is too late. It can take years before enough scientific evidence ...

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Assumed safety of pesticide use is false: scientist - Gulf Times

PAN in the News - Sep 24, 2017

Gulf Times

Assumed safety of pesticide use is false: scientist
Gulf Times
Keith Tyrell, at Pesticide Action Network, said the current pesticide management system was not fit for purpose: “We don't know how a pesticide will really impact the environment until it is too late. It can take years before enough scientific evidence ...

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Removing Atrazine From Surface Water Just Got Easier - Environment News Service

PAN in the News - Sep 21, 2017

Environment News Service

Removing Atrazine From Surface Water Just Got Easier
Environment News Service
Not enough information is available to definitely state whether or not atrazine causes cancer in humans, says the ATSDR, but the nonprofit Pesticide Action Network says evidence for the carcinogenic potential of atrazine is growing. Exposure has been ...

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