Research shows that chemicals DINP and DIDP, which are ‘safer’ chemicals used in place of carcinogenic DEHP, may be just as dangerous as DEHP itself.
Research shows that people who live near hydraulic fracturing (fracking) sites have more severe health problems than those who do not.
A recent study from Germany found that 16 mothers in several different areas of the country tested for high levels of glyphosate in their breastmilk.
Research has found that genetically modified soy is toxic to the kidneys, liver, and reproductive system. Unfortunately, that is not all.
The McDivitt Law Firm is looking to sue Monsanto over the proven link between glyphosate (in Monsanto’s Round Up) and non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
Want to understand how bee-killing neonicotinoids (a class of insecticide) work in less than two minutes? Watch this video for some urgent information.
Corncob bits instead of chemicals like glyphosate for weed control? Sounds like an interesting, if not slightly odd possibility, doesn’t it?
Monsanto and other mega-corporations will soon be in court over allegations of negligence in the production of toxic, cancer-causing PCBs over many decades.
Instead of feeding people, Monsanto will spend $1 billion to build a new plant in Luling, Louisiana to produce weed-killing, and health-damaging dicamba.
New evidence is proving that the pesticide chemical DDT is more noxious than ever, causing a four-fold increase in breast cancer risk. But there is more.
The herbicide chemical glyphosate has been found in breast milk at ‘intolerable levels’ that could harm a developing baby and the mother.
Concerned citizens intend to sue the Environmental Protection Agency for approving a toxic new pollinator-killing pesticide called bicyclopyrone.
Monsanto has decided to market itself as a sustainable agriculture company despite spending billions to provide the world with destructive chemicals.
The WHO is now set to review Big Ag chemical, 2,4-D, which could prompt a similar reaction to Monsanto’s Glyphosate – bans, consumer boycotts, and more.
A Danish authority has declared glyphosate a human carcinogen and says not to use it. Will this declaration begin a rash of warnings from around the world?
With bill S.697, the chemical industry is about to be given free reign to write their own safety standards. This does not seem like a safe decision.
Globally, there are now more than 50,000 different pesticides being manufactured with over 600 ‘active’ ingredients – and yet we still have pests.