Monsanto Outsmarts the GMO Resistance

September 24, 2016 0

by Christina Sarich How do Big Ag companies try to change opposition to genetically modified organisms? They simply change the technology. They dance around the technical terms used to define how a gene has been […]

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How GMO Lobbyists Taught Me We’re Winning

January 13, 2016 0

by Claire Robinson / GMWatch GMO promoters enthuse about how GM crops will be able to help the poor and hungry, far in the future, writes Claire Robinson. But they are silent about the currently-planted […]


New Research: GMO Food Far Worse Than We Think

December 6, 2015 0

By Sayer Ji Disturbing new research published in the Journal of Applied Toxicology indicates that genetically modified (GM) crops with “stacked traits” – that is, with multiple traits such as glyphosate-herbicide resistance and Bacillus thuringiensis […]


GM: Homicidal Fugitive from Justice

September 22, 2015 0

General Motors: Homicidal Fugitive from Justice By: Ralph Nader Yes, it’s official. General Motors engaged in criminal wrongdoing for long knowing about the lethal defect in its ignition switch that took at least 174 lives […]


New Study Finds GMO Corn Makes Rats Infertile

July 3, 2015 1

by Christina Sarich Still think GMOs and their non-GMO counterparts are equivalent? Think again. Unlike GM corn, non-GMO corn doesn’t cause sterility. A new study released by Egyptian scientists found that rats fed a GMO diet suffer […]


Capture, Smear, Contaminate: The Politics Of GMOs

June 29, 2015 0

By Colin Todhunter When rich companies with politically-connected lobbyists and seats on public bodies bend policies for their own ends, we are in serious trouble. It is then that public institutions become hijacked and our […]


The End of Monsanto

May 30, 2015 1

  By Julie Lévesque An increasing number of countries are banning Monsanto’s cancer-linked Roundup herbicide, a.k.a. glyphosate. Others are banning Monsanto’s GMOs. Meanwhile, Monsanto-funded U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton thinks “(t)here is a big gap […]

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