Viewpoint: Challenges to glyphosate, neonic safety shows science under attack from 'viral misinformation'

Viewpoint: Challenges to glyphosate, neonic safety shows science under attack from ‘viral misinformation’

The news of scientific prejudice [in the decision by IARC stating that glyphosate was a likely carcinogen, on top of ...
Opinions on GMOs less swayed by facts as food becomes synonymous with religion

Opinions on GMOs less swayed by facts as food becomes synonymous with religion

Personal food preferences aren’t really a rational choice. They’re more like an ideology that’s bordering on a religion. ... Gillian ...
Canada delays neonicotinoid insecticide ban decision until at least December 2017

Canada delays neonicotinoid insecticide ban decision until at least December 2017

Health Canada won’t issue a final decision on whether it will ban imidacloprid [until at least December 2017], says a ...
Health Canada's proposed ban of a neonicotinoid pesticide draws criticism

Health Canada’s proposed ban of a neonicotinoid pesticide draws criticism

In November, Health Canada said that a nation-wide ban of imidacloprid, a neonicotinoid insecticide, was necessary because the chemical is ...

Pending EU decision whether to regulate CRISPR gene editing as GMOs raises trade fears

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. It appears the European ...

Canadian Cancer Society gives green light to prudent use of glyphosate

The Canadian Cancer Society isn’t calling for a ban on glyphosate. The Society says it’s acceptable to use pesticides to ...
Globally recognized epidemiologist pans WHO for misinterpreting his glyphosate study

Globally recognized epidemiologist pans WHO for misinterpreting his glyphosate study

A Canadian toxicologist says the World Health Organization made a critical scientific error in its decision to classify glyphosate as ...