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Pesticide-free cities are possible! But there's more to it than vinegar - The Ecologist (blog)

PAN in the News - May 9, 2016

The Ecologist (blog)

Pesticide-free cities are possible! But there's more to it than vinegar
The Ecologist (blog)
Has it - as Pesticide Action Network UK says - been "set up to fail"? Many other effective alternatives exist, as PAN-UK point out, and are already in use in other European and UK cities. Indeed there are many hundreds of examples from around the world ...

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Thai vegetables contain higher than acceptable levels of farm chemicals: Study - The Straits Times

PAN in the News - May 7, 2016

The Straits Times

Thai vegetables contain higher than acceptable levels of farm chemicals: Study
The Straits Times
The release of the findings Wednesday by Thai-PAN or the Thailand Pesticide Action Network which randomly collected and sent to labs samples of veggies from our markets - many are ingredients for our popular dishes such as Chinese lettuce, kale, string ...

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'Organic' in our country means unsafe - Bangkok Post

PAN in the News - May 6, 2016

Bangkok Post

'Organic' in our country means unsafe
Bangkok Post
The release of the findings Wednesday by Thai-PAN or the Thailand Pesticide Action Network which randomly collected and sent to labs samples of veggies from our markets -- many are ingredients for our popular dishes such as Chinese lettuce, kale ...

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Court Hearing Will Focus on EPA's Failure to Protect Nation's Endangered Wildlife From Pesticides - Center for Biological Diversity (press release)

PAN in the News - May 6, 2016

Center for Biological Diversity (press release)

Court Hearing Will Focus on EPA's Failure to Protect Nation's Endangered Wildlife From Pesticides
Center for Biological Diversity (press release)
The Center for Biological Diversity and Pesticide Action Network North America are challenging the Environmental Protection Agency's systemic failure to assess the impacts of more than 30 pesticides known to be harmful to dozens of endangered species ...

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Court Hearing Will Focus on EPA's Failure to Protect Nation's Endangered Wildlife From Pesticides - Center for Biological Diversity (press release)

PAN in the News - May 6, 2016

Center for Biological Diversity (press release)

Court Hearing Will Focus on EPA's Failure to Protect Nation's Endangered Wildlife From Pesticides
Center for Biological Diversity (press release)
The Center for Biological Diversity and Pesticide Action Network North America are challenging the Environmental Protection Agency's systemic failure to assess the impacts of more than 30 pesticides known to be harmful to dozens of endangered species ...

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'Trams only for heritage zone' - The Star Online

PAN in the News - May 5, 2016

The Star Online

'Trams only for heritage zone'
The Star Online
The 15 NGOs included Penang Forum, Penang Heritage Trust, Aliran, Sahabat Alam Malaysia, Consumers Association of Penang, Malaysian Nature Society, Women's Centre for Change, Ombak Arts Studio, Pesticide Action Network Asia & Pacific and ...

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'Organic' in our country means unsafe | Bangkok Post: opinion - Bangkok Post

PAN in the News - May 4, 2016

Bangkok Post

'Organic' in our country means unsafe | Bangkok Post: opinion
Bangkok Post
The release of the findings Wednesday by Thai-PAN or the Thailand Pesticide Action Network which randomly collected and sent to labs samples of veggies from our markets -- many are ingredients for our popular dishes such as Chinese lettuce, kale ...

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Possible Clean Water Act violations - Thegardenisland.com

PAN in the News - May 4, 2016

Possible Clean Water Act violations
Thegardenisland.com
According to a news release, sent to The Garden Island Newspaper Tuesday, Earthjustice has sent notice of intent to sue to the state agency on Tuesday on behalf of community groups Na Kia'i Kai, Surfrider Foundation, and Pesticide Action Network.

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If a Weed Killer Might Cause Cancer, Should It Be Banned? - TakePart

PAN in the News - May 3, 2016

TakePart

If a Weed Killer Might Cause Cancer, Should It Be Banned?
TakePart
... increased use of pesticides that the broad adoption of GMO crops has engendered—“Those things seem sort of out there and are not personally connected,” said Paul Towers, the organizing and media director at Pesticide Action Network North America.

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