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Top brands fail to deliver on cotton sustainability - Fibre2fashion.com

PAN in the News - Jun 8, 2016

Fibre2fashion.com

Top brands fail to deliver on cotton sustainability
Fibre2fashion.com
The majority of international companies using most cotton globally are failing to deliver on cotton sustainability according to new independent research published by Pesticide Action Network (PAN) UK, Solidaridad and WWF. Very few companies clearly ...

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False Promises, Smears and Golden Rice: Is This the Solution for Disease, Poverty and Malnutrition? - RINF Alternative News

PAN in the News - Jun 7, 2016

RINF Alternative News

False Promises, Smears and Golden Rice: Is This the Solution for Disease, Poverty and Malnutrition?
RINF Alternative News
While highlighting the reasons why Golden Rice would be an economic and ecological disaster for Asia, Sarojeni V. Rengam, Executive Director of Pesticide Action Network Asia and the Pacific, also called on the donors and scientists involved to wake up ...

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Hudson's Bay Company Has A Cotton-Picking Problem - Huffington Post Canada

PAN in the News - Jun 7, 2016

Huffington Post Canada

Hudson's Bay Company Has A Cotton-Picking Problem
Huffington Post Canada
TORONTO — A report ranking the world's largest cotton consumers on the basis of their sourcing practices has put Canada's oldest retailer, Hudson's Bay Company, near the bottom of the list. The report done for the World Wildlife Fund, Pesticide Action ...
H&M Ranks Well on Cotton Sustainability List, LVMH, Coach, Burberry Fall ShortThe Fashion Law (blog)
Top brands failing on cotton sustainabilityWWF International
Hudson's Bay near the bottom of list in cotton-sourcing practices, report saysWaterloo Record
Reuters -Canada NewsWire (press release)
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Hudson's Bay near the bottom of list in cotton-sourcing practices: report - Toronto Sun

PAN in the News - Jun 7, 2016

Toronto Sun

Hudson's Bay near the bottom of list in cotton-sourcing practices: report
Toronto Sun
The report done for the World Wildlife Fund, Pesticide Action Network UK and Solidaridad examined whether 37 international companies used sustainable cotton sources. The ranking was based on a number of factors including what kind of guidelines were ...

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HBC ranks poorly in cotton-source report - theifp.ca

PAN in the News - Jun 7, 2016

HBC ranks poorly in cotton-source report
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The study done for the World Wildlife Fund, Pesticide Action Network UK and Solidaridad examined whether 37 international companies used sustainable cotton sources and ranked them according to a number of factors, including the guidelines used to ...

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HBC ranks poorly in cotton-source report - Waterloo Record

PAN in the News - Jun 7, 2016

HBC ranks poorly in cotton-source report
Waterloo Record
The study done for the World Wildlife Fund, Pesticide Action Network UK and Solidaridad examined whether 37 international companies used sustainable cotton sources and ranked them according to a number of factors, including the guidelines used to ...

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HBC ranks poorly in cotton-source report - www.kingstonregion.com/

PAN in the News - Jun 7, 2016

HBC ranks poorly in cotton-source report
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The study done for the World Wildlife Fund, Pesticide Action Network UK and Solidaridad examined whether 37 international companies used sustainable cotton sources and ranked them according to a number of factors, including the guidelines used to ...

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HBC ranks poorly in cotton-source report - www.insideottawavalley.com/

PAN in the News - Jun 7, 2016

HBC ranks poorly in cotton-source report
www.insideottawavalley.com/
The study done for the World Wildlife Fund, Pesticide Action Network UK and Solidaridad examined whether 37 international companies used sustainable cotton sources and ranked them according to a number of factors, including the guidelines used to ...

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Healthy Products for a Healthy Baby - WholeFoods Magazine

PAN in the News - Jun 7, 2016

Healthy Products for a Healthy Baby
WholeFoods Magazine
According to the Pesticide Action Network (PAN), traditional cotton contains the most pesticides of any crop grown throughout the world. How can this be harmful for baby? The chlorine bleach used in disposable diapers, can cause skin irritations and ...

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Top brands failing on cotton sustainability - WWF International

PAN in the News - Jun 6, 2016

Top brands failing on cotton sustainability
WWF International
The majority of international companies using most cotton globally are failing to deliver on cotton sustainability according to new independent research published today by Pesticide Action Network (PAN) UK, Solidaridad and WWF. Just eight companies out ...

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Feds Finally Address the Risks of Widely Used Ag Chemical - TakePart

PAN in the News - Jun 6, 2016

TakePart

Feds Finally Address the Risks of Widely Used Ag Chemical
TakePart
... use “poses chronic risks or potential for chronic risks” to wildlife, as Emily Marquez, an endocrinologist and staff scientist at the Pesticide Action Network, a group that advocates for stronger pesticide controls and chemical alternatives, said ...
What You Need to Know About the EPA's Assessment of AtrazineCivil Eats

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Bucknell Alumni Association Honors Four Graduates With Annual Awards - Bucknell University

PAN in the News - Jun 6, 2016

Bucknell Alumni Association Honors Four Graduates With Annual Awards
Bucknell University
He has also been a member of boards of the Eastern Market Corporation and Pesticide Action Network North America, as well as the advisory boards for the Center for Urban Responses to Environmental Stressors and the Great Lakes Integrated Sciences ...

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Bucknell Alumni Association Honors Four Graduates With Annual Awards - Bucknell University

PAN in the News - Jun 6, 2016

Bucknell University

Bucknell Alumni Association Honors Four Graduates With Annual Awards
Bucknell University
He has also been a member of boards of the Eastern Market Corporation and Pesticide Action Network North America, as well as the advisory boards for the Center for Urban Responses to Environmental Stressors and the Great Lakes Integrated Sciences ...

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Bucknell Alumni Association Honors Four Graduates With Annual Awards - Bucknell University

PAN in the News - Jun 6, 2016

Bucknell University

Bucknell Alumni Association Honors Four Graduates With Annual Awards
Bucknell University
He has also been a member of boards of the Eastern Market Corporation and Pesticide Action Network North America, as well as the advisory boards for the Center for Urban Responses to Environmental Stressors and the Great Lakes Integrated Sciences ...

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What You Need to Know About the EPA's Assessment of Atrazine - Civil Eats

PAN in the News - Jun 6, 2016

Civil Eats

What You Need to Know About the EPA's Assessment of Atrazine
Civil Eats
The assessment, said Emily Marquez, Pesticide Action Network scientist, “reinforces that low doses are causing major impacts on aquatic life, birds and mammals.” “When the government's own scientists say there's enough atrazine in streams and rivers ...

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Environment groups celebrate governor's veto of land study - Detroit Lakes Online

PAN in the News - Jun 5, 2016

Environment groups celebrate governor's veto of land study
Detroit Lakes Online
Members of Toxic Taters, Land Stewardship Project, White Earth Land Recovery Project, and Pesticide Action Network celebrated and commended Governor Dayton's line item veto Tuesday that removed $1.5 million dollars of funding for the Pineland Sands ...

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NGO hopes to bring sustainable farming practices to wider audience - The Sun Daily

PAN in the News - Jun 5, 2016

The Sun Daily

NGO hopes to bring sustainable farming practices to wider audience
The Sun Daily
GEORGE TOWN: A regional Penang-based NGO aims to bring sustainable farming practices to a wider audience with the launch of the International People's Agroecology Multiversity (IPAM) website. Pesticide Action Network Asia and the Pacific (PANAP) ...
Farming without pesticidesThe Star Online

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Farming without pesticides - The Star Online

PAN in the News - Jun 4, 2016

The Star Online

Farming without pesticides
The Star Online
GEORGE TOWN: Food production has one of the biggest effects on the environment, and the Pesticide Action Network Asia and the Pacific (Panap) is starting a “multiversity” to mark World Environment Day today and to show farmers how to avoid using ...

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Long fight ahead on atrazine - Politico

PAN in the News - Jun 3, 2016

Long fight ahead on atrazine
Politico
Critics of atrazine, including the Center for Biological Diversity and Pesticide Action Network, say it's been known for years that the chemical is a hormone disruptor and causes detrimental impacts to aquatic life, birds, mammals and even people at ...

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