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New Tests Find Significant Decrease in Bee-Killing Pesticides in “Bee-Friendly” Plants - eNews Park Forest

PAN in the News - Aug 16, 2016

New Tests Find Significant Decrease in Bee-Killing Pesticides in “Bee-Friendly” Plants
eNews Park Forest
... Ecology Center, Environment Texas, Georgia Organics, Maryland Pesticide Education Network, Natural Resources Defense Council, Organic Consumers Association, Pesticide Action Network North America, Toxics Action Center, Toxic Free North Carolina ...

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New Tests Find Significant Decrease in Bee-Killing Pesticides in “Bee-Friendly” Plants - eNews Park Forest

PAN in the News - Aug 16, 2016

eNews Park Forest

New Tests Find Significant Decrease in Bee-Killing Pesticides in “Bee-Friendly” Plants
eNews Park Forest
... Ecology Center, Environment Texas, Georgia Organics, Maryland Pesticide Education Network, Natural Resources Defense Council, Organic Consumers Association, Pesticide Action Network North America, Toxics Action Center, Toxic Free North Carolina ...

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Court Gives EPA Firm Deadline on Chlorpyrifos - Agriculture.com

PAN in the News - Aug 15, 2016

Agriculture.com

Court Gives EPA Firm Deadline on Chlorpyrifos
Agriculture.com
Pesticide Action Network North America and the Natural Resources Defense Council said EPA should comply with the Dec. 30 deadline imposed by the court last year. “The 'extraordinary circumstances' claimed this time - that EPA issued its proposed rule ...

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Court gives EPA firm deadline on chlorpyrifos - Agri-Pulse

PAN in the News - Aug 15, 2016

Court gives EPA firm deadline on chlorpyrifos
Agri-Pulse
WASHINGTON, Aug. 15, 2016 - The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has given the Environmental Protection Agency an additional three months to decide whether to allow continued use of chlorpyrifos. In a decision issued Friday, Aug. 12, a three-judge panel ...

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Curry recall, Immigration lawsuit filed, EEOC fines hearing loss organization - Talk Media News

PAN in the News - Aug 15, 2016

Talk Media News

Curry recall, Immigration lawsuit filed, EEOC fines hearing loss organization
Talk Media News
... the deadline beyond next March 31, but the court called it “another variation on a theme of partial reports, missed deadlines and vague promises of future action” that has been repeated since 2007 when the Pesticide Action Network submitted a ...

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FOIA aims at immigration records, 188 tons of curry recalled - Talk Media News

PAN in the News - Aug 14, 2016

Talk Media News

FOIA aims at immigration records, 188 tons of curry recalled
Talk Media News
... the deadline beyond next March 31, but the court called it “another variation on a theme of partial reports, missed deadlines and vague promises of future action” that has been repeated since 2007 when the Pesticide Action Network submitted a ...

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9th Circ. Chides EPA Again On Pesticide Delay - Law360 (subscription)

PAN in the News - Aug 12, 2016

9th Circ. Chides EPA Again On Pesticide Delay
Law360 (subscription)
The same panel twice last year tore into the EPA's nine-year delay in taking final action on a 2007 administrative petition by Pesticide Action Network North America and Natural Resources Defense Council's request that the agency ban the pesticide.

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Court Upbraids EPA for Delays on Pesticide Ban - Courthouse News Service

PAN in the News - Aug 12, 2016

Court Upbraids EPA for Delays on Pesticide Ban
Courthouse News Service
In 2007, the Pesticide Action Network North America and Natural Resources Defense Council petitioned the EPA to cancel pesticide's registration. The groups noted that the chemical has poisoned many workers, children and rural families, and is linked to ...

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Lincoln council dismisses petition to ban 'dangerous' weed killer despite cancer risk claims - The Lincolnite

PAN in the News - Aug 12, 2016

The Lincolnite

Lincoln council dismisses petition to ban 'dangerous' weed killer despite cancer risk claims
The Lincolnite
A list compiled by campaign group Pesticide Action Network UK has identified glyphosate restrictions and bans around the world, including in the UK. Councils in Brighton, Hammersmith and Fulham, Bristol, Glastonbury, Frome, Erewash, Aberdeen and ...

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Why honeybees need protection - Clinton county leader

PAN in the News - Aug 11, 2016

Clinton county leader

Why honeybees need protection
Clinton county leader
A swarm of honey bees recently established their residence in downtown Gower. The bees set up camp at 300 Railroad in a building owned by author David Noe, next to Bulldogland. The building has two apartments and a workshop, and Noe said one of the ...

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Growing health concerns connected to common pesticides used in Iowa fields - The Daily Nonpareil

PAN in the News - Aug 5, 2016

The Daily Nonpareil

Growing health concerns connected to common pesticides used in Iowa fields
The Daily Nonpareil
... common pesticides used in Iowa fields. Kent Boyum, director of economic development and government relations for Maharishi Vedic City and an Iowa Organics Association board member, speaks May 10 at an event hosted by the Pesticide Action Network ...

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CANADIAN PHARMACY ONLINE CIALIS - Viagra No Prescription Usa - Tuscola Today (subscription)

PAN in the News - Aug 5, 2016

CANADIAN PHARMACY ONLINE CIALIS - Viagra No Prescription Usa
Tuscola Today (subscription)
It′s produced by Pesticide Action Network North America, a non-profit and non-governmental organization working to advance sustainable alternatives to pesticides worldwide. My animals look and act healthier. One day that will change. Most gardeners ...

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One of the World's Largest Pesticide Makers Could Be Bought by a Chinese Company: Here's What That Means - AlterNet

PAN in the News - Aug 5, 2016

AlterNet

One of the World's Largest Pesticide Makers Could Be Bought by a Chinese Company: Here's What That Means
AlterNet
The whole idea of GE seeds is to make money,” said Sarojeni V. Rengam, executive director of Pesticide Action Network Asia and the Pacific (PAN AP). “We want to send out a strong message to all those supporting the promotion of Golden Rice, especially ...

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Corporate Money Wins: GMO Labeling Bill Betrays Consumers - EcoWatch

PAN in the News - Aug 5, 2016

EcoWatch

Corporate Money Wins: GMO Labeling Bill Betrays Consumers
EcoWatch
This alternative media includes the mass circulation newsletters, websites and Facebook pages of groups like Mercola.com, the Organic Consumers Association, Center for Food Safety, Food Democracy Now, Friends of the Earth, Pesticide Action Network, ...

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Dangerous Liaisons: ChemChina's Bid for Syngenta - CounterPunch

PAN in the News - Aug 5, 2016

CounterPunch

Dangerous Liaisons: ChemChina's Bid for Syngenta
CounterPunch
The whole idea of GE seeds is to make money,” said Sarojeni V. Rengam, executive director of Pesticide Action Network Asia and the Pacific (PAN AP). “We want to send out a strong message to all those supporting the promotion of Golden Rice, especially ...

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EU restriction unlikely to affect glyphosate in UK - Horticulture Week

PAN in the News - Aug 4, 2016

EU restriction unlikely to affect glyphosate in UK
Horticulture Week
The Soil Association is calling for an end to the use of glyphosate as a pre-harvest desiccant, while according to the Pesticide Action Network (PAN), Brighton & Hove, Bristol, Glastonbury, Hammersmith & Fulham, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Somerset are ...

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Advocates Call for Meaningful Public Participation in Federal Regulation of Biotech - Common Dreams (press release)

PAN in the News - Aug 3, 2016

Advocates Call for Meaningful Public Participation in Federal Regulation of Biotech
Common Dreams (press release)
... the market and the environment have the potential for real and immediate adverse impacts on public health, farmers' livelihoods, rural communities and consumers around the country,” said Marcia Ishii-Eiteman, senior scientist at Pesticide Action ...

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Why choose organic? - FemaleFirst.co.uk

PAN in the News - Aug 3, 2016

FemaleFirst.co.uk

Why choose organic?
FemaleFirst.co.uk
More than one pesticide? those with traces of more than one pesticide are potentially the biggest concern, according to PAN (Pesticide Action Network) UK, who suggest anyone considering switching to organic should prioritise these. The 'worst' fruit ...

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