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Costly glyphosate-cancer legal battles spark Bayer shareholder ‘revolt’

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You can't blame the Americans at Monsanto any more. Europe's most politically inflammatory chemical — the ubiquitous weedkiller glyphosate — ...
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Viewpoint: EU neonicotinoid insecticide restrictions could ‘disrupt global trade flows’

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Farmers and the agri-chemical industry are criticizing the European Parliament for seeking to export the EU’s stringent standards on pesticides ...
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As EU glyphosate-cancer debate rages, 4 countries may take over herbicide safety evaluation from Germany

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France, Hungary, the Netherlands and Sweden have agreed to take over from Germany as the lead countries responsible for assessing ...
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European Commission science advisers say political decision limiting crop gene editing will leave Europe a technological straggler

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Laws in the EU should be changed to allow plants developed through controversial gene-editing techniques to be more easily put on ...
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EU delays decision to re-approve ‘toxic’ copper compounds, widely used as pesticides in organic farming

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EU countries have delayed a decision on whether or not to reauthorize the use of copper compounds — chemical substances ...
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Roundup trial: California jury’s glyphosate verdict spurs effort to ban the herbicide in Europe

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A landmark court ruling in the U.S. holding Monsanto liable for causing cancer through its glyphosate-based weedkiller is adding fuel ...
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Several European Union nations rebuked over efforts to sidestep neonicotinoid ban

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At least two EU countries continue to use emergency exemptions to sidestep a ban on pesticides that scientists believe harm ...
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Amid activist claims Germany colluded with Big Ag to soften glyphosate regulations, Europe may switch evaluation responsibility to France

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Monsanto’s quest to keep its controversial weedkiller Roundup on the European market faces another challenge. The European Commission is pushing for ...
How Bayer-Monsanto merger might impact research efforts to find alternatives to the herbicide glyphosate

How Bayer-Monsanto merger might impact research efforts to find alternatives to the herbicide glyphosate

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Approval of the mega deal in Europe comes in the wake of similar decisions in South Africa, Brazil and China ...
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EU braces for landmark decision on whether CRISPR, other New Plant Breeding Techniques will be regulated as GMOs

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UPDATE: The European Court of Justice's advocate general has said gene editing technologies should be largely exempted from EU laws ...
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Leaked draft of EU report reveals mixed findings on neonicotinoids and bees

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Draft findings from the European Food Safety Authority feed into a long-running, heated and so far inconclusive debate into why Europe’s ...
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How France, Italy and Belgium would profit if glyphosate is banned or restricted

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If Paris and Rome carry through with their plans to ban glyphosate, a small group of French, Italian and Belgian ...
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EU ban of globally used glyphosate would disrupt agricultural and food markets

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Some of Europe’s biggest trade partners fear a potential EU ban on glyphosate could hit exports of crops ranging from ...
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Scientists skeptical EU neonicotinoid ban would help bees

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As the EU prepares to rule on extending a ban on neonicotinoid pesticides, a large-scale study opened the door for industry to argue ...
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Can Europe reform its GMO regulatory sausage-making mess?

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Jean-Claude Juncker has had enough of EU states scapegoating Brussels for their failures. Over his first two years as president ...