Monsanto’s glyphosate now most heavily used weed-killer in history, study says

Monsanto’s glyphosate is now most heavily used weed-killer in history, according to a new study. A paper published Feb. 2, 2016 in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Sciences Europe reports that 18.9 billion pounds (8.6 billion kilograms) of glyphosate have… Read More

WATCH: VICE Goes Inside the Controversial Worldwide Super-Crop Industry

VICE has released the entire third season of its HBO show for free online, including this episode from May 2015 focused on genetically modified crops. In this episode from season three of the VICE HBO show, which originally… Read More

Judge Rejects Lawsuit Against Monsanto Over Glyphosate Labeling

CapitalPress.com reports that a lawsuit accusing Monsanto of mislabeling its “Roundup” glyphosate herbicide has been thrown out of court because it’s pre-empted by federal law. A federal judge has thrown out the lawsuit accusing Monsanto of labeling its “Roundup”… Read More

Agroecology as a Tool for Liberation: Transforming Industrial Agribusiness in El Salvador

An interview with Miguel Ramirez, National Coordinator of the Organic Agriculture Movement of El Salvador. Originally published by Other Worlds Are Possible. By Beverly Bell August 12, 2015 We say that every square meter of land that is… Read More

Will Increasing Use of GMOs Lead To More Bodily Injury Claims?

Here’s a less commonly seen legal perspective on the GMO debate from Dean Seman and Richard Ranieri with The Legal Intelligencer. Will GMOs and herbicides be at the root of the next crop of bodily injury claims? While… Read More

Video: Why Does a Poison Expert Control Our Food?

In this amazing little video from Undercurrent and The Guardian, the world of Monsanto lies and deceit are dissected and clearly explained.  Highly recommended for anyone who wants to know how a chemical company that invented DDT, Agent… Read More

Agribusiness nervous as W.H.O. cancer unit analyzes popular pesticide

The World Health Organization plan to analyze scientific findings linking cancer in humans and the herbicide known as 2,4-D at a June 2-9 meeting in Lyon, France, according to an article from Reuters. In April, the Brazilian Biosafety… Read More