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Children in agricultural areas are exposed to pesticides from water and drift above and beyond th
PAN Newsletter Spring 2016
La ciencia lo tiene claro: la contnua dependencia de nuestro sistema alimentario en los pestcidas...
Los niños de frente al peligro en California
Six of the top eight pesticides used in Minnesota have been linked to cancer and six are suspected...
Kids on the Frontline: Minnesota Factsheet
More than 40 percent of Iowa's population lives in rural communities.
Kids on the Frontline: Iowa Factsheet
In California’s rural counties, families often live in close proximity to conventional agricultural...
Kids on the Frontline: California Factsheet
Kids on the Frontline reflects a rigorous assessment of dozens of independent studies do
Kids on the Frontline
When it comes to pesticides, children are among the most vulnerable.
Children & Pesticides
Convening in Hawai‘i bolsters peoples’ movement against the Big 6 People in Hawai‘i are standing
PAN Newsletter Winter 2016
With pollinators required for 30% of the human food supply, negative impacts on bee populations c
Bees & Pesticides: Science Update
In a first-of-its-kind study, UCLA’s Sustainable and Technology Policy Program (STPP) looked at r
Failing to Protect California School Kids
En un estudio, primero en su clase, El Programa de Políticas Relacionadas con la Tecnología Soste
Fallando a Proteger a los Niños de Edad Escolar
Ensuring California’s school children are safe from hazardous pesticides.
Protecting their potential