With the the globalization of our food supply, insects aren’t allowed to feast on our reserves and are re-classified as ‘pests’. Similarly, native plants invade our crop areas, becoming ‘weeds’.
Scientists in Norway recently studied the variations of 31 soybean crops grown in Iowa, and the levels of Monsanto's herbicide Roundup are alarming.
McDonald’s pesticide-ridden french fries may play a role in the killing of farm animals and Minnesotans.
In a historic ruling, Brazil moves to cancel its contract with biotech giant Bayer for the cultivation of genetically modified corn.
After almost 18 months of research, I launched Project Grow the Rainbow. I realized that education is needed and solutions can be simple.
A new study raises concerns about the correlation between a declining sperm count among French men and their consumption of their homeland's national beverage: wine.
Eugene’s ban on neonics sets the bar for other cities and states to take action to guard against a crisis in pollinator survival that could impact 30-70% of all food production.
Last week, Rep. Dennis Kucinich along with food safety activist Elizabeth Kucinich, and author John Robbins, joined congressional candidate Marianne Williamson to discuss genetically modified organisms in our food supply. Why wasn’t mainstream media there?
Inaction? Intransigence? Negligence? Whatever the right word, we’re reminded that the U.S. is behind the curve when it comes to protecting bees.
Bayer’s systemic nicotine-based pesticides are one of the main culprits behind Colony Collapse Disorder. So what does the company do? Launch a million dollar bee "research" institute to keep the public from the truth.
Monsanto has been fortified several times over by injecting its DNA into Capitol Hill. Here are 10 things that need to happen to keep the company in check here at home.
The time has come to take a stand against the systemic pesticides that are killing bees. From the front lines, Paul Towers, of Pesticides Action Network, makes a clear case and asks The Golden State to step forward and be the change.