Hillary Clinton says she opposes a bill known as the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), one which would push for GMOs and benefit Big Biotech and Big Pharma.
Here is a list of more than 40 rodent studies showing that animals fed genetically modified corn and soy suffer dire health results.
Is Monsanto finally going down? The biotech giant announced a plan to cut 2,600 jobs in an effort to cut costs — about 11.6 percent of the workforce.
As the United States embraces GMOs, the prime minister of Russia says that we don’t need GMOs to feed the world, as Russia bans GMO crop production.
A bill that would ruin GMO labeling in the United States, known as the DARK Act, may move forward past the Senate unless we can halt the dangerous plan.
EU nation Wales has announced that the country will take advantage of new EU rules allowing countries to opt out of growing genetically modified crops.
The American Academy of Environmental Medicine states that several animal studies indicate serious health risks associated with GM food.
The Minister of Agriculture, Water Affairs, and Fisheries has rejected a biotech appeal for the commercialization of GM potatoes throughout South Africa.
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Agriculture and Food has announced that they will extend a ban on GMOs already in place to keep their image clean and green.
How can dirty money given to universities from biotech do ‘good’ science on GM crops, soil, and the chemicals which are used to grow them?
Some well-respected researchers say that Monsanto demanded for 40 years that incriminating data and reports on glyphosate’s carcinogenic nature be hidden from the public.
Cry proteins in Bt corn are genetically modified in a way that adversely affects the immune system. This is what PhD Michael Hansen wants you to know.
A French court of appeal has upheld a judgement against US biotech giant Monsanto in the poisoning of a farmer with the herbicide, Lasso.
The Kenya Small Scale Farmers Forum has taken their plea to the courts to stop their government from reversing a GM crop ban.
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.