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How US NGOs are exploiting Europe’s precautionary chemophobia to ban glyphosate and GMOs

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Environmental NGOs have a harder time influencing the evidence-based US regulatory system, so they're taking the fight to Europe — ...
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To help bees and farmers, EU should roll back ‘fear-based’ ban on neonicotinoid pesticides

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[Editor's note: The following is a letter by David Zaruk, Belgian-based environmental-health journalist specializing in science and public policy, to Vytenis ...
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How conflicts of interest, NGO activism undermine European bee health oversight

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The EU recently banned three neonicotinoids to protect honeybees. But a closer look shows the decision was influenced by an ...
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Recapping 2016: 10 ways anti-GMO activists put ideology ahead of science

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When they said we would have to add an extra second to the clocks at the end of 2016, there ...
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Has WHO’s IARC cancer agency, partly funded by US, outlived its usefulness?

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The International Agency for Research on Cancer has come under fire from scientists, regulators, and journalists for recently concluding that ...
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GMO advocate at faux Monsanto tribunal: My registration canceled and I was forcibly removed

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Just before the Monsanto Tribunal began, David Zaruk held an event entitled Voice of Farmers, featuring talks from four farmers ...
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Will US cut off support for WHO’s IARC over pilloried glyphosate cancer report?

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Regulatory agencies in the US, Europe and most recently Australia have concluded that the International Cancer Research Agency botched its ...
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Do anti-GMO activist NGOs falsely represent the broad public will?

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. . . . NGOs present themselves to policymakers as representative of civil society . . . demanding equal engagement in the ...
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Blind precaution: Europe’s obsession with Precautionary Principle blocks agricultural innovation

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The EU has created a regulatory jungle, chocking agricultural innovation, by depending on the non-science based precautionary principle ...

Is precautionary principle in pesticide, GMO regulation making EU import dependent?

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The EU’s use of the precautionary principle on agricultural technologies is a bad, broken compass. How far lost are we? ...
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Has WHO’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) shifted from analysis to advocacy?

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What is IARC? What is its relationship with the World Health Organization? Was its designation of glyphosate as 'probably carcinogenic' ...

European Greens block African use of GMOs, fertilizers, pesticides, threatening innovation

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. [On June 8], the ...
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In wake of National Academies’ GMO report, is public skepticism of biotech waning?

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A number of recent events have seemed to shift public sentiment favorable towards GMOs. What is behind this change? ...

Will World Health Organization force review of IARC’s glyphosate cancer determination?

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. IARC — the International ...
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IARC-Gate? Are Europe’s anti-chemical enviros conspiring to suppress conflict-of-interest scandal?

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Was the WHO agency IARC, that deemed glyphosate a 'probable carcinogen,' guided by an anti-chemical scientist who consults with the ...
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To maintain yields without herbicides, U.S. would need 55 million laborers to hand weed crops

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Do you ever wonder ...
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Un-trendy reasons NOT to feed your family organic

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. When I read Mamavation's ...

Why farmers are offended by buzzwords like ‘sustainable agriculture’

The Risk-Monger spent the day on a large Belgian farm having the opportunity to see the challenges and opportunities farmers ...
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Organic pesticides substituted for ‘dangerous’ neonicotinoids found far more toxic to bees

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There are two toxic pesticides, Rotenone in Europe and Azadirachtin in the US and Europe, that need to be banned ...
Beegate 3: Conflicts of interest dog European IUCN bee panel as nenonic ban devastates crops

Beegate 3: Conflicts of interest dog European IUCN bee panel as nenonic ban devastates crops

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Crops are failing in the first year of the neonicotinoid ban, anti-neonic scientists are tainted by conflicts of interest, the ...
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Bee-gate: European IUCN task force mired in corruption scandal over neonics ban plot

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The European-based IUCN Taskforce on Systemic Pesticides consists of activist scientists that exploit the weaknesses in the peer review process, ...
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Neonics ban tied to corrupted bee research by scientists at EU’s ethically-challenged IUCN?

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Under the auspices of the International Union for Conservation of Nature, activist scientists map out a 4-year strategy to get ...
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As EU pesticide ban to ‘save bees’ backfires, focus of failure turns to activist politicians

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Within only 10 months of the precautionary ban on neonicotinoid pesticides, farmers in the UK are reporting significant crop losses for ...

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