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Save the bees: Conservationists enforce chemical ban - Express.co.uk

PAN in the News - May 24, 2015

Express.co.uk

Save the bees: Conservationists enforce chemical ban
Express.co.uk
Nick Mole, of Pesticide Action Network UK, explained: “In autumn 2014, for the first time in over ten years, none of the oilseed rape sown in the UK was treated with neonicotinoids. About five per cent of the area sown was lost to pests, and current ...

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Now Available: Forum Videos to Inspire a Just and Healthy Future - eNews Park Forest

PAN in the News - May 22, 2015

eNews Park Forest

Now Available: Forum Videos to Inspire a Just and Healthy Future
eNews Park Forest
... program coordinator, Agricultural Justice Project, Gainesville, FL; Sean Sellers, senior investigator/monitor, Fair Food Standards Council, Sarasota, FL; Margaret Reeves, PhD, senior scientist/program coordinator, Pesticide Action Network North ...

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Now Available: Forum Videos to Inspire a Just and Healthy Future - eNews Park Forest

PAN in the News - May 22, 2015

eNews Park Forest

Now Available: Forum Videos to Inspire a Just and Healthy Future
eNews Park Forest
... program coordinator, Agricultural Justice Project, Gainesville, FL; Sean Sellers, senior investigator/monitor, Fair Food Standards Council, Sarasota, FL; Margaret Reeves, PhD, senior scientist/program coordinator, Pesticide Action Network North ...

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City's food heroes are paving way to healthier and more sustainable life choices - The Argus

PAN in the News - May 22, 2015

The Argus

City's food heroes are paving way to healthier and more sustainable life choices
The Argus
Those behind projects such as The Real Junk Food Project, community catering company The Big Fig, the Brighton Permaculutre Trust, and the Pesticide Action Network all attended to celebrate the city being given the green thumbs up. Tom Andrews ...

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National Farmers' Union attempts to sidestep bee-killing pesticide ruling - Bird Watch

PAN in the News - May 22, 2015

Bird Watch

National Farmers' Union attempts to sidestep bee-killing pesticide ruling
Bird Watch
Nick Mole, Pesticide Action Network UK, said: “In autumn 2014, for the first time in over 10 years, none of the Oilseed Rape sown in the UK was treated with neonicotinoids. About 5 per cent of the area sown was lost to pests, and current predictions ...

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Exposed: How powerful lobbies blocked chemical ban - FoodNavigator.com

PAN in the News - May 21, 2015

FoodNavigator.com

Exposed: How powerful lobbies blocked chemical ban
FoodNavigator.com
we have long been asking for regulation to be based on science, to avoid restrictions on chemical substances that would lead to the loss of useful products with no gain in chemical safety for people or the environment.” Pesticide Action Network Europe ...

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Hazardous Pesticide Use Increases in California - East Bay Express

PAN in the News - May 19, 2015

East Bay Express

Hazardous Pesticide Use Increases in California
East Bay Express
"The data is absolutely compelling and overwhelming," said Margaret Reeves, senior scientist with the Oakland-based Pesticide Action Network, which is also a plaintiff in the lawsuit against the EPA over chlorpyrifos. "People should be very concerned ...

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A White House plan to save struggling US bees - Sydney Morning Herald

PAN in the News - May 19, 2015

Sydney Morning Herald

A White House plan to save struggling US bees
Sydney Morning Herald
The Pesticide Action Network called the strategy "a far cry from the 'all hands on deck' approach President Obama had promised to the public last year." It blasted federal policy as "lop-sided", taking action on such issues as habitat and pathogens ...

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A White House plan to save struggling US bees - WA today

PAN in the News - May 19, 2015

Fox News

A White House plan to save struggling US bees
WA today
The Pesticide Action Network called the strategy "a far cry from the 'all hands on deck' approach President Obama had promised to the public last year." It blasted federal policy as "lop-sided", taking action on such issues as habitat and pathogens ...
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White House issues plan to save bees, other crop pollinators - Norwalk Reflector

PAN in the News - May 19, 2015

Fox News

White House issues plan to save bees, other crop pollinators
Norwalk Reflector
The Pesticide Action Network called the strategy “a far cry from the 'all hands on deck' approach President Obama had promised to the public last year.” It blasted federal policy as “lop-sided,” taking action on such issues as habitat and pathogens ...
Ivo VegterDaily Maverick

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White House has a plan to save bees and other crop pollinators - Los Angeles Times

PAN in the News - May 19, 2015

Los Angeles Times

White House has a plan to save bees and other crop pollinators
Los Angeles Times
The Pesticide Action Network called the strategy “a far cry from the 'all hands on deck' approach President Obama had promised to the public last year.” It blasted federal policy as “lop-sided,” taking action on such issues as habitat and pathogens ...

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Ivo Vegter - Daily Maverick

PAN in the News - May 18, 2015

Daily Maverick

Ivo Vegter
Daily Maverick
Campaigns by Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, the Pesticide Action Network and the UK's Soil Association, however, beg to differ. And they are quick to blame the so-called bee crisis on habitat loss, intensive commercial farming and a class of ...

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Ivo Vegter - Daily Maverick

PAN in the News - May 18, 2015

Daily Maverick

Ivo Vegter
Daily Maverick
Campaigns by Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, the Pesticide Action Network and the UK's Soil Association, however, beg to differ. And they are quick to blame the so-called bee crisis on habitat loss, intensive commercial farming and a class of ...
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5 Chemicals in Lawn Fertilizer You Want To Avoid - Care2.com

PAN in the News - May 17, 2015

Care2.com

5 Chemicals in Lawn Fertilizer You Want To Avoid
Care2.com
The Pesticide Action Network says that glyphosate can “activate the estrogen receptor in a breast cancer cell line, which means it may be able to mimic the function of the key sex hormone estrogen.” Research also shows it could deform the heads in ...

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Over 300 Groups Urge Congress to Label GMOs - eNews Park Forest

PAN in the News - May 14, 2015

Over 300 Groups Urge Congress to Label GMOs
eNews Park Forest
“Pesticide corporations and their allies in Congress are trying to keep Americans in the dark,” said Kristin Schafer, policy director at Pesticide Action Network. “Americans have a right to know and a right to choose whether they want to support ...

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Over 300 Groups Urge Congress to Label GMOs - eNews Park Forest

PAN in the News - May 14, 2015

Over 300 Groups Urge Congress to Label GMOs
eNews Park Forest
“Pesticide corporations and their allies in Congress are trying to keep Americans in the dark,” said Kristin Schafer, policy director at Pesticide Action Network. “Americans have a right to know and a right to choose whether they want to support ...

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Letters, May 14 - Courier-Gazette & Camden Herald

PAN in the News - May 14, 2015

Letters, May 14
Courier-Gazette & Camden Herald
... according to the Pesticide Action Network, is in the “most toxic” category, as a possible carcinogen, potential groundwater contaminator and suspected endochrine disrupter, producing adverse developmental, reproductive, neurological and immune ...

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Environment: Honeybees take another big hit - Summit County Citizens Voice

PAN in the News - May 14, 2015

Summit County Citizens Voice

Environment: Honeybees take another big hit
Summit County Citizens Voice
said Dr. Emily Marquez a staff scientist at Pesticide Action Network. “In the decade since unprecedented bee die-offs began, honey bee decline has not slowed. The science is in: pesticide exposure plays a significant role in these declines. Our food ...

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Over 300 Groups Urge Congress to Label GMOs - Food and Water Watch

PAN in the News - May 13, 2015

Over 300 Groups Urge Congress to Label GMOs
Food and Water Watch
“Pesticide corporations and their allies in Congress are trying to keep Americans in the dark,” said Kristin Schafer, policy director at Pesticide Action Network. “Americans have a right to know and a right to choose whether they want to support ...

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Bee Death Increase Seen in U.S. Survey Citing Mites, Viruses - Bloomberg

PAN in the News - May 13, 2015

Bloomberg

Bee Death Increase Seen in U.S. Survey Citing Mites, Viruses
Bloomberg
... the problems with pesticides, made worse by lack of healthy forage, are the leading driver of bee declines throughout the year,” Emily Marquez, a staff scientist with the Pesticide Action Network, a Sacramento, California-based advocate for more ...

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