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Deciphering the Mysterious Decline of Honey Bees - AlterNet

Honey Bee Haven news - May 29, 2016

AlterNet

Deciphering the Mysterious Decline of Honey Bees
AlterNet
For suggestions, see our Häagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven Plant List. Second, reduce your pesticide use for gardening and landscaping, and follow guidelines to reduce bee exposure. Finally, you can support local beekeepers by buying their honey.

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Glyphosate under pressure - Cambridge Network

PAN in the News - May 27, 2016

Glyphosate under pressure
Cambridge Network
It has for a long time been regarded as perhaps the most benign and least toxic of weedkillers, although that hasn't stopped constant attacks on its use from green groups such as the Pesticide Action Network. But now, the pressure is really on. It ...

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Deciphering the mysterious decline of honey bees - PRI

Honey Bee Haven news - May 25, 2016

PRI

Deciphering the mysterious decline of honey bees
PRI
For suggestions, see our Häagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven Plant List. Second, reduce your pesticide use for gardening and landscaping, and follow guidelines to reduce bee exposure. Finally, you can support local beekeepers by buying their honey.

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Deciphering the Mysterious Decline of Honey Bees - New Republic

Honey Bee Haven news - May 24, 2016

New Republic

Deciphering the Mysterious Decline of Honey Bees
New Republic
For suggestions, see our Häagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven Plant List. Second, reduce your pesticide use for gardening and landscaping, and follow guidelines to reduce bee exposure. Finally, you can support local beekeepers by buying their honey.

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Report presents effects of pesticide exposure on children - Wadena Pioneer Journal

PAN in the News - May 23, 2016

Report presents effects of pesticide exposure on children
Wadena Pioneer Journal
"Kids are more vulnerable to chemical exposure," Lex Horan of the Pesticide Action Network told a Park Rapids area audience this week. "They haven't developed the biological defense mechanisms. When kids are exposed at a critical moment of ...

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Three Take-Aways From the NAS Study on GMOs - Truth-Out

PAN in the News - May 22, 2016

Three Take-Aways From the NAS Study on GMOs
Truth-Out
If so, there's a mountain of studies that say otherwise, including this recent one, from the Pesticide Action Network which outlines the dangers faced by kids who live near heavily sprayed farm fields. As for glyphosate, the most heavily used herbicide ...

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The Pesticide Dilemma - Cannabis Now

PAN in the News - May 21, 2016

Cannabis Now

The Pesticide Dilemma
Cannabis Now
Myclobutanil is the active ingredient in pesticide brand Eagle 20, and it's considered a “bad actor” by the Pesticide Action Network and “slightly hazardous” by the World Health Organization (WHO). Imidacloprid is found in Merit and Mallet brands, and ...

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Land Health Is Our Health: Grass Up! - Huffington Post

PAN in the News - May 20, 2016

Huffington Post

Land Health Is Our Health: Grass Up!
Huffington Post
The “Soil” table presented roasted beet with preserved lemon, whipped feta, and pistachio, as well as conversation lead by Pesticide Action Network Senior Scientist Dr. Margaret Reeve, who taught about the similarity of our digestive tract to the ...

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Land Health Is Our Health: Grass Up! - Huffington Post

PAN in the News - May 20, 2016

Land Health Is Our Health: Grass Up!
Huffington Post
The “Soil” table presented roasted beet with preserved lemon, whipped feta, and pistachio, as well as conversation lead by Pesticide Action Network Senior Scientist Dr. Margaret Reeve, who taught about the similarity of our digestive tract to the ...

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The Media Got It Wrong About a New Report Saying GMOs Are Safe—Here Are 3 Takeaways - AlterNet

PAN in the News - May 19, 2016

AlterNet

The Media Got It Wrong About a New Report Saying GMOs Are Safe—Here Are 3 Takeaways
AlterNet
If so, there's a mountain of studies that say otherwise, including a recent one, from the Pesticide Action Network which outlines the dangers faced by kids who live near heavily sprayed farm fields. As for glyphosate, the most heavily used herbicide in ...

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Why the EU should ban the world's most popular herbicide - chinadialogue (blog)

PAN in the News - May 18, 2016

Why the EU should ban the world's most popular herbicide
chinadialogue (blog)
This is hardly surprising as glyphosate regularly turns up as a residue in the food that we eat, particularly in bread and wheat based products as a Pesticide Action Network UK report clearly showed in 2014. Food is just one of the many routes of ...

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Could Drones More Accurately Disperse Pesticides? - Undark Magazine

PAN in the News - May 18, 2016

Undark Magazine

Could Drones More Accurately Disperse Pesticides?
Undark Magazine
This pesticide drift is a problem; in fact, the Pesticide Action Network (PAN) recently estimated that more than 95 percent of the sprayed material may miss the intended target, wasting the expensive agricultural chemicals and raising the toxicity risk ...

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UN Says Glyphosate 'Unlikely' to Cause Cancer, Industry Ties to Report Called Into Question - EcoWatch

PAN in the News - May 17, 2016

EcoWatch

UN Says Glyphosate 'Unlikely' to Cause Cancer, Industry Ties to Report Called Into Question
EcoWatch
A coalition of environmental and consumer groups—Natural Resources Defense Council, Friends of the Earth US, Friends of the Earth Europe, the Center for Biological Diversity, the Center for Food Safety, Pesticide Action Network of North America ...
Glyphosate in the EU: product promoters masquerading as regulators in a 'cesspool of corruption'?The Ecologist
Glyphosate in the EU: Product Promoters Masquerading as Regulators in a “cesspool of corruption”?Center for Research on Globalization

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Glyphosate in the EU: product promoters masquerading as regulators in a 'cesspool of corruption'? - The Ecologist

PAN in the News - May 17, 2016

Glyphosate in the EU: product promoters masquerading as regulators in a 'cesspool of corruption'?
The Ecologist
For this reason Dr Unterweger is pressing charges against the European Food Safety Authority and the German regulator BfR on behalf of Munich Environmental Institute and the six environmental organisations: Global 2000, Pesticide Action Network (PAN) ...

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EU Commission faces call to resign over failure to regulate hormone-disrupting chemicals - Science Business

PAN in the News - May 17, 2016

EU Commission faces call to resign over failure to regulate hormone-disrupting chemicals
Science Business
... delaying to protect its people from these chemicals and giving priority to the impact that such a regulation may have on the market and trade,” said Angeliki Lyssimachou, an environmental toxicologist with the conservation group Pesticide Action ...

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Why Honeybees Need Protection - SurfKY News (registration) (blog)

PAN in the News - May 16, 2016

Why Honeybees Need Protection
SurfKY News (registration) (blog)
The Environmental Protection Agency and the Pesticide Action Network offer these tips. Use caution when applying any pesticides to home gardens. Be especially cautious when applying pesticides when bees are likely to be flying. If you must apply ...

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Neonic-Treated Seed Lawsuit Moves Ahead in Federal Court - KTIC

PAN in the News - May 16, 2016

KTIC

Neonic-Treated Seed Lawsuit Moves Ahead in Federal Court
KTIC
In addition to beekeepers Bret Adee, Jeff Anderson and David Hackenberg, plaintiffs include two farmers, Lucas Criswell and Gail Fuller, as well as the Pollinator Stewardship Council, Center for Food Safety, Pesticide Action Network North America, and ...

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New Reports: Latino children bear greatest burden of pesticide risk in California - Bay Area Indymedia

PAN in the News - May 16, 2016

Bay Area Indymedia

New Reports: Latino children bear greatest burden of pesticide risk in California
Bay Area Indymedia
... the Civil Rights of Latino Schoolchildren" (see PDF) by the Center on Race, Poverty, and the Environment (CRPE), and just released today, "Kids on the Frontline: Rural children & pesticide health harms" (see PDF) by the Pesticide Action Network (PAN).

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Glyphosate in the EU: Product Promoters Masquerading as Regulators in a “cesspool of corruption”? - Center for Research on Globalization

PAN in the News - May 16, 2016

Center for Research on Globalization

Glyphosate in the EU: Product Promoters Masquerading as Regulators in a “cesspool of corruption”?
Center for Research on Globalization
For this reason Dr Unterweger is pressing charges on behalf of Munich Environmental Institute and the six environmental organisations: Global 2000, Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Europe, PAN Germany, PAN UK, Générations Futures (France), WeMove ...

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Glyphosate In The EU: Product Promoters Masquerading As Regulators In A "Cesspool Of Corruption"? - CounterCurrents.org

PAN in the News - May 16, 2016

Glyphosate In The EU: Product Promoters Masquerading As Regulators In A "Cesspool Of Corruption"?
CounterCurrents.org
For this reason Dr Unterweger is pressing charges on behalf of Munich Environmental Institute and the six environmental organisations: Global 2000, Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Europe, PAN Germany, PAN UK, Générations Futures (France), WeMove ...

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