In this video, John Purcell, Hawaii Business and Technology Lead for Monsanto explains why he chose to work for Monsanto. But there’s a big problem.
Monsanto must pay an $80 million settlement to the US Securities and Exchange Commission a penalty for lying about earnings for its herbicide, Round Up.
The May 2015 episode of HBO’s VICE focuses entirely on genetically modified crops, showing undeniable proof of what genetic engineering has done to our planet.
Biotech giant Monsanto is now suing the state of California to keep Round Up off the state’s list of carcinogens.
Senator from Vermont and Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders seems to be fighting for food freedoms, food sustainability, and GMO labeling.
Citing crop growth issues, Grain Millers, Inc. announced that it will avoid buying western Canadian oats that have been treated with the herbicide glyphosate.
A Chinese spy was caught reverse-engineering GMO seeds in the United States, and attempted to steal millions of dollars’ worth of them.
Citing numerous concerns, 67 Members of the European Parliament are asking that glyphosate, an herbicide ingredient in Round Up, NOT be re-approved.
The city of Seattle joins 5 other major US cities that are suing Monsanto over PCB contamination in 20,000 acres that drain to the Lower Duwamish.
The European Patent Office (EPO) is revoking a patent Monsanto has held on non-GM melons, as Monsanto falsely claimed to engineer a virus-resistant melon.
Monsanto faces opposition from government and citizens in Mexico, yet the company continues to put 59 unique, indigenous varieties of corn at risk.
Citizens of the United States are urging president Obama to act on ‘likely-carcinogenic’ glyphosate-containing products such as Round Up immediately. Be heard!
Monsanto’s Round Up herbicide, containing the likely-carcinogenic glyphosate, is causing widespread mitochondrial dysfunction – and this is why it matters.
Monsanto is trying to evict a bevy of protesters who are aiming to stop a massive GMO seed plant in an agricultural province of Cordoba, Argentina.
A USDA study has confirmed the agency’s own original forecast that GM alfalfa would promiscuously contaminate the non-GM crop.
Monsanto’s plans to construct a $90 million GM corn processing plant in Independence, Iowa have reportedly been scrapped due to a ‘struggling farm economy.’
The city of Berkeley, California has decided to hold Monsanto legally liable for polluting the land and water with PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls).