Bill Maher has some hilarious, if not pertinent advice for the people of Maui regarding their fight against Monsanto and genetically modified foods.
Corncob bits instead of chemicals like glyphosate for weed control? Sounds like an interesting, if not slightly odd possibility, doesn’t it?
More than 1500 endangered plants and animals are under attack by two widely used pesticides – Atrazine and Glyphosate. The EPA is forced to take action.
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.
Science educator Bill Nye did an anti-GMO segment on TV show a decade ago. Now, after taking a tour with Monsanto, it seems that his stance has changed.
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.
The herbicide chemical glyphosate has been found in breast milk at ‘intolerable levels’ that could harm a developing baby and the mother.
A federal judge in Argentina has accepted a class action lawsuit that would force GMO labeling and suspend the cultivation of genetically modified crops.
The World Health Organization pronounced that the insecticide Lindane is directly linked to increased rates of cancer – specifically Non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Russian Deputy Prime Minister, Arkady Dvorkovich, announced that Russia WILL NOT use GM crops to boost agricultural production.
As evidence from a GMO corn lab comes in, we are learning how the pests are living the lives in fields planted with GM Bt corn seed.
Mike Pompeo reintroduced another ridiculous bill that would prohibit states or counties from banning or regulating GMOs in any way. This is not freedom.
France’s ecology minister recently voiced that Monsanto’s Round Up should not be sold in garden shops since it is potentially harmful to human beings.
Monsanto has decided to market itself as a sustainable agriculture company despite spending billions to provide the world with destructive chemicals.
Due to ‘disappointing yields and poor quality cotton fiber,” the country of Burkina Faso in West Africa is ditching Monsanto’s genetically modified cotton.
Monsanto, the U.S. biotech corporation that everyone loves to hate, is the target of Neil Young, one of the top composers of protest music of his generation.
Following numerous bans on Monsanto’s glyphosate globally, two Swiss supermarket chains are now ditching the biotech chemicals due to health concerns.