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WNC students promote awareness of honey bees plight - Asheville Citizen-Times

Honey Bee Haven news - Mar 27, 2015

Asheville Citizen-Times

WNC students promote awareness of honey bees plight
Asheville Citizen-Times
Proceeds from the license tag will go to support honey bee research at North Carolina State University and the team's Honey Bee Haven on Grandfather Mountain. Last June, the team won a first place in the Christopher Columbus Science Awards and were ...

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Anti-GMO activists leverage glyphosate cancer reclassification to resurrect ... - Genetic Literacy Project

PAN in the News - Mar 27, 2015

Anti-GMO activists leverage glyphosate cancer reclassification to resurrect ...
Genetic Literacy Project
Pesticide Action Network said in a release that “The finding gives new urgency to questions about the impacts of genetically engineered (GE) crops that are designed to tolerate herbicide applications.” In fact, there is no reference in the IAARC report ...

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Cancer Risk is Cause for EPA to Act on GMO Weed Killer - Environmental Working Group

PAN in the News - Mar 27, 2015

New York Times

Cancer Risk is Cause for EPA to Act on GMO Weed Killer
Environmental Working Group
The letter was signed by EWG, Just Label It, the Natural Resources Defense Council, Center for Food Safety, Consumers Union, Food & Water Watch, Friends of the Earth and the Pesticide Action Network North America. President Obama pledged in 2007 to ...
Anti-GMO activists leverage glyphosate cancer reclassification to resurrect ...Genetic Literacy Project

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Common herbicide flagged in Europe as a possible cancer cause - Park Rapids Enterprise

PAN in the News - Mar 25, 2015

Park Rapids Enterprise

Common herbicide flagged in Europe as a possible cancer cause
Park Rapids Enterprise
The California-based Pesticide Action Network was among those seizing on the report. "This increasingly dangerous pesticide treadmill calls into question the logic of genetically engineered herbicide technologies," the group's staff scientist Emily ...

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Local resource to help bees - Sacramento Bee

Honey Bee Haven news - Mar 25, 2015

Sacramento Bee

Local resource to help bees
Sacramento Bee
The Häagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven (hhbhgarden.ucdavis.edu) is an educational garden devoted to bee pollinators that is open every day, free of charge. The garden, our programs and our Web page provide information on local bees and plants and what ...

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Radical Environmentalism's Death Campaigns - Western Journalism

PAN in the News - Mar 24, 2015

Western Journalism

Radical Environmentalism's Death Campaigns
Western Journalism
Audubon, EDF, Sierra Club, Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund, Pesticide Action Network, Natural Resource Defense Council, and other radical groups that oppose DDT just don't give a damn – even as they have become filthy, callously rich by opposing the ...

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Environment, Public Health Advocates Urge Government to Adopt Less Meat, - Center for Biological Diversity (press release)

PAN in the News - Mar 24, 2015

Environment, Public Health Advocates Urge Government to Adopt Less Meat,
Center for Biological Diversity (press release)
... NRDC, Sierra Club Climate Reality Project, Center for Food Safety, Center for Science in the Public Interest, John Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, Pesticide Action Network North America, Union of Concerned Scientists and National WIC Association.

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Fastfood chains asked to boycott GM produce - FreshPlaza

PAN in the News - Mar 24, 2015

Fastfood chains asked to boycott GM produce
FreshPlaza
... Environmental Working Group, Food Democracy Now, Food & Water Watch, Green America, GMO Inside, Healthy Child Healthy World, Organic Consumers Association, Pesticide Action Network and CREDO — sent letters to the fast food chains on Friday.

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Europe flags Roundup herbicide as probable cancer-causing agent - Duluth News Tribune

PAN in the News - Mar 23, 2015

Europe flags Roundup herbicide as probable cancer-causing agent
Duluth News Tribune
The California-based Pesticide Action Network was among those seizing on the report. "This increasingly dangerous pesticide treadmill calls into questions the logic of genetically engineered herbicide technologies," the group's staff scientist Emily ...

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Radical Environmentalism's Death Campaigns - The Heartland Institute

PAN in the News - Mar 23, 2015

Radical Environmentalism's Death Campaigns
The Heartland Institute
Audubon, EDF, Sierra Club, Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund, Pesticide Action Network, Natural Resource Defense Council and other radical groups that oppose DDT just don't give a damn – even as they have become filthy, callously rich by opposing the ...

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Radical Environmentalism's Death Campaigns - Somewhat Reasonable - Heartland Institute (blog)

PAN in the News - Mar 23, 2015

Somewhat Reasonable - Heartland Institute (blog)

Radical Environmentalism's Death Campaigns
Somewhat Reasonable - Heartland Institute (blog)
Audubon, EDF, Sierra Club, Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund, Pesticide Action Network, Natural Resource Defense Council and other radical groups that oppose DDT just don't give a damn – even as they have become filthy, callously rich by opposing the ...

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Fast food chains urged to boycott genetically engineered produce - The Hill

PAN in the News - Mar 23, 2015

Fast food chains urged to boycott genetically engineered produce
The Hill
... Environmental Working Group, Food Democracy Now, Food & Water Watch, Green America, GMO Inside, Healthy Child Healthy World, Organic Consumers Association, Pesticide Action Network and CREDO — sent letters to the fast food chains on Friday.

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Radical environmentalism's death campaigns - Enter Stage Right

PAN in the News - Mar 22, 2015

Radical environmentalism's death campaigns
Enter Stage Right
Audubon, EDF, Sierra Club, Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund, Pesticide Action Network, Natural Resource Defense Council and other radical groups that oppose DDT just don't give a damn – even as they have become filthy, callously rich by opposing the ...

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Radical Environmentalism's Death Campaigns - Right Side News

PAN in the News - Mar 22, 2015

Radical Environmentalism's Death Campaigns
Right Side News
Audubon, EDF, Sierra Club, Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund, Pesticide Action Network, Natural Resource Defense Council and other radical groups that oppose DDT just don't give a damn – even as they have become filthy, callously rich by opposing the ...

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Agriculture briefs - Santa Rosa Press Democrat

PAN in the News - Mar 22, 2015

Agriculture briefs
Santa Rosa Press Democrat
... known to have acute and chronic effects on honey bees and other pollinator species and are considered a major factor in declining pollinator heath and populations,” according to a press release from the Sacramento-based Pesticide Action Network.

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6 Ideas To Make Positive Your Bedroom Is not Ruining Your Sex Life - Chronicle Bulletin

PAN in the News - Mar 20, 2015

Chronicle Bulletin

6 Ideas To Make Positive Your Bedroom Is not Ruining Your Sex Life
Chronicle Bulletin
According to the Pesticide Action Network (PAN), almost 25% of insecticides are sprayed worldwide on cotton. Add to this, the truth that irritants and carcinogens are likely lurking in your easy-care, no-iron and wrinkle-free sheets because the ...

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California Lawmaker Seeks Limits on Bee-Killing Pesticides - East Bay Express

PAN in the News - Mar 19, 2015

East Bay Express

California Lawmaker Seeks Limits on Bee-Killing Pesticides
East Bay Express
Paul Towers, organizing and media director for Oakland-based group Pesticide Action Network, said in a statement on AB 1259: “Lacking federal leadership, beekeepers support California legislators who are taking important steps to protect pollinators ...

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The US Government Is Pressuring Europe to Dial Back Its Pesticide Rules - Mother Jones

PAN in the News - Mar 17, 2015

The US Government Is Pressuring Europe to Dial Back Its Pesticide Rules
Mother Jones
The E.C. expects to complete this decision-making process in 2016. Commenting on these policy debates, Paul Towers, spokesperson for Pesticide Action Network, worried that the US position could "lower the bar" and lessen health protections everywhere.

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European Strawberries Exceed Legal Pesticide Limits - Live Trading News

PAN in the News - Mar 14, 2015

Live Trading News

European Strawberries Exceed Legal Pesticide Limits
Live Trading News
The Pesticide Action Network (PAN) advocacy group was sceptical, calculating that 1 out of each 8 boxes of Strawberries contained 6 pesticide residues. “In general the pollution of European food with pesticide residues remains at a very, unhealthy high ...

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97% of pesticide levels in Europe's food legal, says EU agency - EurActiv

PAN in the News - Mar 13, 2015

EurActiv

97% of pesticide levels in Europe's food legal, says EU agency
EurActiv
"Providing statistics of single residue level in food is too simplistic," said Martin Dermine of Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Europe, a green campaign group. "While 97% of food consumed across the EU does not exceed Maximum Residue Levels (MRLs) for ...
Strawberries top list of pesticide-laced food: EU reportWTAQ

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