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New Study May Redeem Monsanto's Roundup: No Cancer Link to Glyphosate Found
November 9, 2017
One of the largest agricultural studies in the US finds no link between glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup…
Europe Poised to Phase Out Glyphosate by 2022
October 25, 2017
The European Parliament passed a non-binding resolution Tuesday to phase out glyphosate throughout the European Union by December 2022.
Two New Studies Link Pesticides to Suicide, Birth Abnormalities
September 5, 2017
Two new studies have linked pesticides to fetal abnormalities and to an increased incidence of farmer suicides in rural Asia.
U.S. Earmarks $3M to Promote GMOs
May 5, 2017
A campaign promoting the safety of GMOs is the focus of a recently approved government budget.
March 10, 2017
Companies producing pesticides were targeted by a report presented to the UN showing their systematic denial of the health hazards…
Bayer Buys Monsanto in Record Bid to Form Biggest AgroChemical Company in the World
September 15, 2016
Bayer has succeeded in its effort to buy St. Louis-based Monsanto forming the largest agrochemical company in the world.
The Modification of Monsanto? Bayer Increases Buyout Bid
September 7, 2016
If German biochemical company Bayer's bid goes through, it could mean a whole new powerful force behind Monsanto's GMOs and…
Monsanto and DuPont Partner Up in Powerful Herbicide Launch
July 12, 2016
In an effort to combat the growing "superweed" problem plaguing the nation's GMO soy farmers, Monsanto and DuPont launch a…
Prickly Pear Cactus, Papaya, and Kale Top List for Illegal Pesticide Contamination, Report Finds
October 16, 2015
Top California produce offenders include prickly pear cactus, papaya, and kale, which tested positive for dangerous levels of illegal pesticides.
EPA Announces Tougher Rules to Protect Farm Workers from Pesticide Poisoning
September 30, 2015
The EPA has announced tougher guidelines that will help protect farm workers from pesticide poisoning.