Call Senator Stabenow to Protect States' Rights and Endangered Species!
Imagine a society where pesticides are approved without any consideration of their harms to public health or endangered species.
This op-ed was originally published on Honolulu Civil Beat .
Food Self-Sufficiency Doesn't Have to Damage Environment
Despite the rhetoric of Big Ag, small-scale diversified agriculture is neither a joke nor a pipe dream.
How Can Consumers Find A Safe Sunscreen in the Age of Nanotechnology?
In July 2018, Hawaii's governor, David Ige, signed a law that will ban the sale of sunscreens containing oxybenzone and octinoxate starting in 2021.
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) recently introduced new legislation, the Genetically Engineered Salmon Labeling Act (S.1528), which would require genetically engineered salmon to be labeled as "genetically engineered" or "GE.
We appreciate our planet, its ecosystem, and the food it produces. Here are 4 ways you can celebrate the Earth!
Save the bees by choosing pollinator-friendly plants for your garden to provide bees with ample foraging opportunities.
Originally published on Alternet .
With the help of the federal government, Monsanto is set to make things worse.
Last year's farm season was the first year Monsanto’s newly approved XtendiMax pesticide was used.
For further documentation, see ¬Center for Food Safety’s comments to the Arkansas Plant Board on the State’s dicamba restrictions and Monsanto’s petition to rescind them
What is XtendiMax? - XtendiMax is.
We’ll be honest: 2017 was a challenging year. The Trump Administration has been unrelenting in its attacks on food safety, environmental protections, climate justice, women and immigrant rights, and so many other values we hold dear.
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