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.
Primatologist Jane Goddall is confronting the National Press with her insights into genetically modified food and its negative effects on animal health.
Wonder why the World Health Organization only requires 90 days of testing on GM crops before scientists can say they are safe or statistically equivalent?
Germany already said it would ban GM crops, and under new European Union rules, the country makes clear it will make good on that promise.
“If I had the choice, I certainly wouldn’t eat it,” said scientist Arpad Pustazai in an interview conducted after his study of GMOs. But he was silenced.
Birth defects are on the rise in Hawaii, leaving many to wonder if GM corn modified to withstand pesticides and the pesticides themselves are to blame.
In Josephine County, Oregon, biotech companies have until September 4th to either harvest their crops or destroy them, or they face monetary penalties.
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New England Journal of Medicine calls for a new review of herbicides, saying regulators have been relying on flawed and outdated research.
In Hawaii, Monsanto has sent home a permission slip with students in order to use their photos for propaganda to raise support for pesticides and GMOs.
In an old study from Canada, Monsanto’s Bt toxins were found in 93 percent of women tested and 80 percent of unborn babies tested. Nothing has changed.
Due to GMO concerns, the African Centre for Biodiversity lodged an appeal against the approval of Monsanto’s genetically modified (GM) maize, MON87460.
Scientists have developed a way of creating painkiller components by injecting 23 different engineered genes from plants, bacteria, and rats into yeast.
Dr. Ramon Seidler, a retired senior EPA scientist, explains how genetically modified crops are suffocating the soil and robbing it of essential nutrients.
McDivitt Law Firm is working on bringing the public together to hold Monsanto liable for the health damage caused by pesticide chemicals – like Round Up.
Campbell’s made several major announcements about improving the sustainability of its foods, including an aim to offer more non-GMO and organic foods.
Frank Kutka has been working on ‘Organic Ready’ corn for over 15 years which naturally resists GM crop contamination through cross-pollination.
Gwyneth Paltrow has teamed up with a number of activist-centered celebrities to join in the fight against the ‘DARK Act’ that would ban GMO labeling.