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UK environment secretary Owen Paterson’s has failed to represent Scotland after admitting breaching an agreement to make Scotland’s opposition to genetically modified (GM) crops clear to European ministers. The Westminster environment boss promised Scottish Environment Minister Paul Wheelhouse that...

A regional court in Italy has upheld the country’s national ban on the planting of Monsanto’s MON810 corn. The ruling cites the precautionary...

The Organic Consumers Association (OCA) have called on U.S. regulatory agencies, including the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), the Environmental...

Sustainable Pulse Exclusive Interview with member of the Hawaiian SHAKA Movement, Mark Sheehan, Ph.D. The SHAKA Movement is an advocacy, communications...

GeneWatch UK today made an official complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) about missing and redacted documents showing the GM industry’s...

Monsanto have requested the removal of an Appeals Court Judge in Mexico, who ruled against them in the ongoing legal battle on the prohibition of GM Maize...

Pilot study shows build-up of glyphosate herbicide in Mothers’ bodies Urine testing shows glyphosate levels over 10 times higher than in Europe Initial...

From the end of 2015 onward the sale of Glyphosate -based herbicides to private persons, including the World’s number one herbicide ‘Roundup’,...

Hainan Island has destroyed genetically modified corn and cotton crops which were planted in illegal trials in 2013, hinews.cn reported on Monday. Source: www.ecns.cn The...

Russia must protect its citizens from the use of foods derived from genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and this can be done in compliance with the...