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GMWatch 10h
RSPB resigns from government’s forum after chemical use soars Compulsory measures needed to reduce pesticide use and support farmers in adopting non-chemical alternatives
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Dr Minshad Ansari 10h
Just saying are bad for human and the environment is not good enough, unless we do something. Please tell what you can do to reduce input of toxic pesticides? is doing great job but is that enough?
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Georgina Downs 8h
In case people thought a bunch of NGOs resigning from a Government advisory forum was the full story....when it most certainly is not, see my comments here These NGOs cannot spin their way out of what they did when they were on that very Forum!
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr Apr 15
An organic diet rapidly + dramatically reduced exposure to in just one week. Levels of all detected chemicals dropped an average of 60.5%. Meet the four families who experienced these results firsthand. —
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DJ ♤ce Beaty 7h
Replying to @AceBeaty
Non-organic foods are grown using that are extensively tested by the FDA to be non-cancer inducing (or at least minimally so). Moreover, they are on the outside of the , not in the meat itself, and so can be washed off easily.
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CropLife America 11h
Are regulated? We’ve got a poster for that! Our new poster details how new pesticides are created, tested, labeled & regulated from lab to label
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Georgina Downs 2h
Just watched it. Well done One of the biggest polluters poisoning the earth+all those in it - incl humans, birds, bees+many other species - is the enormous amount of innumerable cocktails of -sprayed around the world
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Paul Jimerson Apr 18
With Trump in office for at least two more years, it's up to local governments to provide a lifeline. Will you sign my petition urging mayors and other local elected officials to join me in banning bee-killing and then share it with your friends?
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DJ ♤ce Beaty 7h
Organic are much higher in than are vegetables grown sprayed with . This fact was discovered by Bruce Ames who was, at that time, the chair of biochemistry at UC Berkeley.
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ISEE_job 4h
Postdoctoral Research Scholar position to conduct epidemiologic analyses of the impact of pesticide exposure on health outcomes
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Suraj Kumar (चौकीदार) 12h
Replying to @pcraindia
Instead of we should focus on some natural ways
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ECPA 10h
With an ever-growing world population and ever-scarcer resources, more efficient food production is needed. play an important role in ensuring
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Farm Fairy Crafts 7h
Law to Reduce Use of Bee-Killing Upheld in Court:
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National Pesticide Information Center 6h
and 🦟 can hide and breed in many places. To control these pests that can spread disease, may be sprayed over large areas. Our newest infographic has some tips to share
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DJ ♤ce Beaty 7h
Replying to @AceBeaty
The was easily understood. To grow without , you have to pick those subspecies that are "naturally " to insects and . That invariably means that they have higher levels of "" poisons in their skin and in their .
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GMWatch 16h
French rivers and lakes are overflowing with suspected of being endocrine disruptors ~40 dangerous molecules, including , are present on average. ht
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Nordic Organic Apr 18
Is food better for you than produced food? New study shows the effect of eating and the increased risk of cancer. The good news? has fewer pesticides and lowers the risk of developing cancer - it's a no brainer in our opinion!
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Alliance for Science Apr 18
In a country where food insecurity is harming the next generation, doesn't it make sense to embrace the higher yields, reduced & improved performance of crops?
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Alliance for Science Apr 17
Many farmers in developing countries don’t have the luxury of safe or farming methods. The alternative — aside from — is unsafe insecticides, which can be dangerous to both people and the environment.
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Public Eye Apr 17
Highly hazardous profits: how makes billions by selling toxic . Our new report sheds light on the scale of a business as secretive as it is lucrative: highly hazardous pesticides (HHPs). It reveals that...
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