Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Tag: GMOs

Coalitions of agriculture outsiders tackle powerful Agribiz insiders

Farmers, scientists and consumers are fighting back, and global health agencies are responding to the threats.

Here’s how many health problems improved when people stopped eating so...

An overwhelming majority of people reported that their conditions were significantly improved, nearly gone or completely recovered.

Monsanto’s in trouble again: Mega corp faces class action suit over...

Legal aid lawyers and experts say cases they see are a small sample of all the violations that occur.

4 signs we’re winning the battle against Monsanto

It’s no wonder Monsanto can’t wait to hand over the keys to Bayer. Things are getting messy. For consumers and environmentalists, it’s a beautiful mess.

Monsanto targets cancer scientist in flawed Reuters story

The story fails to disclose several key pieces of information.

7,000 Kansas farmers vs. Syngenta over GMO corn dispute

“Every bushel of corn grown in this country is worth less today than it would have been had Syngenta” waited for China to approve the product.

Beyond organic: How regenerative farming can save us from global catastrophe

“Regenerative agriculture provides answers to the soil crisis, the food crisis, the health crisis, the climate crisis and the crisis of democracy.”

Next generation of GMOs escapes regulation

There is virtually no regulation of GMOs 2.0 techniques in the U.S.

$3 million earmarked for ‘government-controlled propaganda campaign to convince Americans GMOs...

"This is a really clear example of Big AG influencing policy."

Field test of GMO algae sparks outrage

Billions of taxpayer dollars have been invested in developing algae biofuels that have yet to be commercially viable.

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Demanding Kavanaugh impeachment, law students launch nationwide strike against illegitimate justice

"We cannot accept a system that empowers a man who repeatedly lied under oath and a judiciary review process that only performs a sham of an investigation into his misconduct."

New Supreme Court ruling could make it easier to hold corporations liable for things...

A new SCOTUS ruling could open the door to corporate liability, making it easier to fight for things like climate change awareness, gun control, and the opioid crisis.

Unsolicited advice for an undeclared presidential candidate

A letter to Elizabeth Warren.

The Founder’ monumental constitutional mistake; 2 senators from each state

But let’s not blame the Founders because they had no way of knowing how large this country would become and the great degree to which the populations of its states would vary.

The truth about the Trump economy

Instead of an “economic boom,” most Americans are experiencing declines in all these dimensions of their lives.

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