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EPA Forced to Study Impact of Atrazine and Glyphosate on US Endangered Species http://ow.ly/30FXNl
The Environmental Protection Agency will analyze the impacts of atrazine and glyphosate — the two most commonly used pesticides in the United States — on 1,500 endangered plants and animals in the Uni...
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Rothamsted GM Wheat Trial Failure Puts Global Biotech Industry in Spotlight http://ow.ly/30xCcH
GeneWatch UK today responded to Rothamsted Research's admission that its field trial of GM wheat failed to repel aphids by highlighting the shocking waste of taxpayers' money used to promote GM. "W...
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Sunshine Coast Council Follows France’s Lead in Phasing out Weedkiller http://ow.ly/30oHl6
Spraying weeds with synthetic chemicals could be a thin…
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US Chief Agricultural Negotiator Lobbies Costa Rica over Proposed GM Crops Ban http://ow.ly/30lK8z
Darci Vetter, Chief Agricultural Negotiator for the U.S. Trade Representative, has sent a letter expressing concerns with Costa Rica's democratically proposed 15-year ban on the cultivation of genetic...
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Russian Deputy PM Confirms ‘Clean Products’ Benefit of GMO Free Agriculture http://ow.ly/30jRXy
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich has announced that Russia will not use genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to increase productivity in agriculture, while he was speaking on Friday at...
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Pope Francis Slams GMOs and Pesticides for Environmental and Social Damage http://ow.ly/302l2i
Pope Francis slams both GMOs and pesticides in a draft of his major environmental document that was leaked Monday. He has also called for the financing of independent and interdisciplinary research to...
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Greens warn: German breast milk unsafe after Glyphosate findings http://ow.ly/30DTzm
The Green Party warned on Friday about the health risks…
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WHO Classifies 2,4-D, Lindane and DDT Herbicides as Cancer Hazards http://ow.ly/30smVI
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the specialized cancer agency of the World Health Organization, has evaluated the carcinogenicity of the insecticides gamma-hexachlorocyclohexan...
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Argentinian Federal Judge Accepts Lawsuit to Ban GMOs and Pesticides http://ow.ly/30o0Wn
A federal judge in Argentina has ruled that an unprecedented class action lawsuit, demanding a ban on the release of GMOs and their associated pesticides, can proceed. Source:  http://www.lacapital.c...
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Russian Deputy PM Confirms ‘Clean Products’ Benefit of GMO Free Agriculture http://ow.ly/30k5iu
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich has announced that Russia will not use genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to increase productivity in agriculture, while he was speaking on Friday at...
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Russia "must protect it's citizens" from GMOs. Tells you there's something else going on.
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Contaminated lab feed invalidates commercialization of chemicals and GMOs – New study http://ow.ly/30amr0
Laboratory rats are frequently used for testing chemicals and genetically modified (GMO) foods, as the last step before commercialization in order to determine effects on mammalian health and predict risk in humans. Such chemicals include pesticides (which often are endocrine disruptors or toxic ...
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Non-GMO Project Prohibits Synthetic Biology Ingredients - Friends of the Earth has applauded the launch of the Non-GMO Project’s most recently updated Standard, which clarifies that ingredients derived from synthetic biology are included in the organization’s definition of genetically engineered organisms and in their list of prohibited substances for micro ingredients. Test Yourself and Your Family for Glyphosate This change ensures that moving forward, ingredients der... http://ow.ly/301Cjh
Friends of the Earth has applauded the launch of the Non-GMO Project’s most recently updated Standard, which clarifies that ingredients derived from synthetic biology are included in the organization’...
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Sustainable Pulse is owned and maintained by a group of concerned citizens and scientists.

Sustainable Pulse provides the general public with the latest global news on GMOs, Sustainable Food and Sustainable Agriculture from our network of worldwide sources.

Sustainable Pulse is also involved in a number of reference projects – all of which have the aim of educating the public on the possible harm caused by GMOs.