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Andrew Olsen
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Today’s children are sicker than children were two generations ago. From learning disabilities and autism to childhood cancers and more, a startling number of diseases and disorders are on the rise. And the science leaves little room for doubt: pesticides and other toxic chemicals are contributing to our children’s ill health.

Andrew Olsen
Andrew Olsen's blog
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On March 20, Pesticide Action Network and partners won a six-year effort to stop methyl iodide. Despite aggressive pesticide industry attempts to introduce the cancer-causing pesticide, science and common sense held sway.

Andrew Olsen
Andrew Olsen's blog
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Bees are in trouble. In the U.S., they’ve been dying off at alarming rates since 2006 and beekeepers continue to report staggering annual losses.

Andrew Olsen
Andrew Olsen's blog
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This report presents the results of monitoring for airborne pesticides conducted between June 2006 and August 2009 in central Minnesota. Overall, the results of the study indicate that for several months each summer, central Minnesota residents in potato-growing areas are regularly exposed to low to moderate lovels of the commonly used fungicide chlorothalonil in air.

Andrew Olsen
Andrew Olsen's blog
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Agroecology provides a robust set of solutions to the environmental and economic pressures and crises facing American agriculture in the 21st century.