Thursday, July 2, 2020

A last resort that might work: Small town votes in community bill of rights...

Opposing a pipeline, residents in Waterville, Ohio, passed a new law to protect their right to clean air, water, and soil.

Washington becomes first state to sue Monsanto over PCBs, accused of knowing its toxicity...

Washington’s lawsuit comes just days before shareholders decide on Bayer AG’s $66 billion acquisition of Monsanto that would create the world’s largest seed and pesticide company.

Missouri’s largest peach farmer sues Monsanto for losses from illegal herbicide use

"We can't spray our way out of this problem. We need to get off the pesticide treadmill."

North Dakota’s oil spill record: 85 pipeline accidents in 20 years

A new study finds that Standing Rock protesters’ concerns about the DAPL pipeline are well founded.

Standing strong as a rock

Stand with Standing Rock. December is Global Month of #NoDAPL Action.

A victory at Standing Rock, for now

The water protectors will fight "until [they] know for sure that this black snake is dead."

On the ground in Standing Rock

The water protectors in North Dakota didn't just build a protest camp. They built a community.

Another scary superbug has been found on an American hog farm

Researchers went looking for one type of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, only to find one that had no reason to be there.

Ohio lawmakers approve most extreme abortion ban in the nation

The bill would ban abortion at six weeks into a woman’s pregnancy.