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Synopsis: “Feeding Dipel to one’s students in a public seminar creates an impressive list of problematic issues: safety concerns, ethics concerns, questionable science, and, not least, by eating a pesticide and encouraging his students to do the same, both the professor and his students broke the law.”
Read the entire article at: https://www.independentsciencenews.org/health/as-a-gmo-stunt-professor-tasted-pesticide-and-gave-it-to-students/
Read the full article at:https://www.independentsciencenews.org/health/eu-threatens-to-legalise-human-harm-from-pesticides/
As a news publisher that expects and requires the protection of the law, the Bioscience Resource Project expresses its absolute dismay at the behaviour of the British and US governments. These two governments have shown that their belief in freedom of the press lacks any substance. Mr Assange shared the truth. He does not appear to have broken any law. In contrast, many that he helped expose unequivocally did commit major crimes. YET THEY WALK FREE.
More from Freedom of the Press Foundation:
Jonathan Latham Speaks on a Panel at Hunter College: GMOs-Science, Ethics, Risks, Regulations and Food Security
Date and Time
Tue, March 12, 2019
9:00 AM – 10:15 AM EDT
Hunter College (Silberman Building)
2180 Third Avenue @ 119th
Main Auditorium (on 2nd Floor)
New York, New York 10035
This panel will explore the latest research concerning GMOs and their impact on human and environmental health. For more information: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gmos-science-ethics-risks-regulations-and-food-security-tickets-54592678170
On January 29, 2019, Independent Science News published “Rigging the Science of GMO Ecotoxicity,”, a new article by Jonathan Latham, PhD.
To read the full article go to: https://www.independentsciencenews.org/environment/new-evidence-of-gmo-bt-crop-safety-manipulation/
Published January 14th, 2019 by Independent Science News: Why Sustainable Agriculture Should Support a Green New Deal, a new article by Elizabeth Henderson
Synopsis: An alliance of social movements and members of Congress led by Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (D-NY) are proposing a Green New Deal that would initiate an emergency mobilization to address economic inequities and reverse our blind march toward catastrophic climate change. The sustainable agriculture movement with its many organizations and individuals should become active shapers of it, to ensure that it includes regenerating soil health, reinventing parity payments with supply management for farmers, and that farm workers are not excluded from the just transition, writes Elizabeth Henderson.