The Australian government is set to pass a law that would withhold child care and other benefits from parents who opt out of vaccinating their children.
Russia just announced a game-changing move in the fight against Monsanto’s GMOs, banning the use of genetically modified ingredients in food production.
Monsanto’s stock did even more poorly than analysts expected last quarter, with stock dropping 15 percent due to a ‘stronger dollar, and weak seed sales.’
One day before a GMO ban went live in Josephine, Oregon, GM sugar beet farmers and agrichemical corporations sued the county in order to halt the ban.
The US Appeals Court has ruled that federal regulators should never have approved an insecticide known as sulfoxaflor, which is killing pollinators.
US Senator Elizabeth Warren recently told the Boston Globe that she is open to the legalization of both medical and recreational marijuana.
In 2012, a court in southeast France found Monsanto guilty of chemically-poisoning farmers. Now, a French appeal court has upheld the ruling in full.
Swiss biotech company Syngenta is trying to appease wary investors with a scheme to buy back more than $2 billion in stock shares.
State and local lawmakers in New York called on retailers to stop selling synthetic marijuana, or K2, saying the drug is turning people into zombies.
Pfizer faces a $2 billion lawsuit that accuses its Wyeth unit of failing to pay Medicaid rebates for a stomach drug called Protonix.
In a class action lawsuit against Monsanto, 5 experts in the field have signed their names to a statement that will hopefully put Monsanto out of business.
Latvia and Greece have opted out of GMOs as part of the new allowances indicated in legislation that recently passed for EU countries.
The Department of Agriculture is being sued by the Center for Food Safety (CFS) for withholding information on the (lack of) safety of GMO crops.
Republican voters (among many other individuals) are now making it very clear that they have had enough of the Feds tinkering with state marijuana laws.
In Josephine County, Oregon, biotech companies have until September 4th to either harvest their crops or destroy them, or they face monetary penalties.
This weekend in London individuals will be protesting the use of toxic neonicotinoids – chemicals that are killing key pollinators such as the honeybee.
A column in the New England Journal of Medicine calls for a new review of herbicides, saying regulators have been relying on flawed and outdated research.