The Environmental Protection Agency, which sets the tolerance levels allowed for glyphosate and other pesticides has said glyphosate is safe at certain defined tolerance levels, and has actually raised those tolerance levels in recent years.
TTIP trade agreement will be boon to Big Ag, study finds.
New legislation would nix unhealthy items from property owned by the city of San Francisco.
Should President Obama should use his last year in office to effectively put measures in place that keep fossil fuels in the ground?
Six major food manufacturers have recently received fines for concealing the presence of GMOs in their products.
Meanwhile, a new paper published Jan. 6 in the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental and Epidemiology only emphasizes why further evaluations on fracking fluids are a must.
Donor countries also have a long-term responsibility to the people they purport to support. To this end the governments of Britain, America and the European Union must ensure that the Ethiopian government put in place visionary plans to mitigate the impact of any future drought.
Campbell’s Soup says it will label its products on its own if a national standard is not set.
Researchers had information on reproductive and developmental toxicity for only 24 percent of over 1,000 chemicals they looked at.
Monsanto has been struggling for investor confidence following the announcement in March 2015 that the World Health Organisation’s cancer agency had declared the world’s most widely used weedkiller – glyphosate – a “probable human carcinogen”.