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U.S. Workers Sue Monsanto Claiming Herbicide Caused Cancer
Business  (tags: abuse, corporate, corruption, cover-up, dishonesty, ethics, farming, humans, glyphosate, Roundup, Monsanto )

- 6 days ago -
A U.S. farm worker and a horticultural assistant have filed lawsuits claiming Monsanto Co.'s Roundup herbicide caused their cancers and Monsanto intentionally misled the public and regulators about the dangers of the herbicide.
Dirty Money, Dirty Science
Business  (tags: abuse, corporate, corruption, cover-up, dishonesty, ethics, farming, genetic engineering, GMOs, marketing, money )

- 12 days ago -
The biotech industry's web of attempts to buy credibility, by laundering its messages through supposedly independent academic scientists, is unraveling and beginning to reveal the influence of huge amount of industry money on the independence of academic
China Buys Into NZ Meat Processor - Agriculture - Agribusiness - General News - Farm Weekly
Business  (tags: business, corporate, corruption, cover-up, debt, dishonesty, economy, farming, finance, government, humans, investments, investing, investors, law, lies, marketing, money, news, politics, world )

- 16 days ago -
This Chinese meat processor does not just process sheep and cows like New Zealand does. Try cats, dogs and even beggars. Is this just a culture difference?
Another 'Too Big to Fail' System in GMOs
Business  (tags: abuse, corporate, corruption, dishonesty, ethics, farming, finance, genetic engineering, GMOs, humans, investments, money, SustainableDevelopment, world )

- 74 days ago -
Before the crisis that started in 2007, both of us believed that the financial system was fragile and unsustainable, contrary to the near ubiquitous analyses at the time.
How a Founding Father and a British Agriculturist Helped America's Farmers
Business  (tags: Americans, farmers, agriculture, government, George Washington, Great Britain, history, farming, world, society )

Carrie No
- 90 days ago -
George Washington believed his young nation was only as strong as its farmers, so less than 2 years after the end of war with England in, he turned to that country's best & brightest for help in improving his own, & America's, agricultural practices.
Case for the R6bn Hunting Industry, Inflator of SA Game Price Bubble
Business  (tags: corruption, cover-up, economy, environment, ethics, farming, government, Hunting, investments, law, lies, marketing, money, politics, society )

- 104 days ago -
In honest moments, the hundreds of game-breeding South Africans will admit that theyâEUR(TM)re playing a bubble with prices having doubled and re-doubled at regular intervals. With Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, Richemont chairman Johann Rupert ...
Meet The South Sudanese Farmers Who Want To Feed Their War-Torn Nation
Business  (tags: world, South Sudan, good news, farmers, farming, food, family, economy, society, Entrepreneurs, money, news, humans, government )

Carrie No
- 125 days ago -
Pineapple farmer Marko Bagayowya has big plans. He wants to build a juice factory and sell South Sudan-made drinks. He wants to leave his four children an inheritance, something his own father was unable to do. And he wants to build a legacy for his ...
Want A Job After College? Study Agriculture
Business  (tags: Americans, jobs, education, agriculture, farming, business, economy, consumers, news, world, government, society, humans, interesting )

Carrie No
- 130 days ago -
Graduates in many fields will have a hard time finding jobs even remotely related to what they studied in college. Not so with agricultural students. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack released a report this month showing that agriculture may be one ...
Smells Like Compromise
Business  (tags: farming, dairy farmers, New Mexico, business, 'Water Quality Control Commission', pollution, environment, news, ethics, politics, money, government )

Carrie No
- 131 days ago -
It took close to six years, but the dairy industry and a collection of environmental organizations have finally agreed on new regulations to detect and contain pollution from New Mexico's dairies.
Gaza Attack Destroyed Beekeepers Livelihood
Business  (tags: Gaza attack 2014, Gaza beekeepers, beehives destroyed, blockaded Gaza Strip, USA, end the siege of Gaza-occupation of Pal, Gazan beekeepers livelihood, agriculture gaza Strip, OPT, news, world, farming )

- 158 days ago -
Khaled al-Aila, head of statistics at the Palestinian Agriculture Ministry in the Gaza Strip, said the Israeli offensive had destroyed over 10,000 of the territory's 24,000 beehives.
This Is the Woman Who Scares a $10 Billion Business.
Business  (tags: woman business, peru, peruvian, farmer, mining, gold mine, farming, lakes, business, corporate, corruption, economy )

- 184 days ago -
Máxima Acuña de Chaupe has been fighting for years to save her land and her community. Newmont Mining is determined to destroy both for a massive, open-pit gold mine -- which would drain four mountain lakes in an arid farming region.
Sign the Petition to Newmont Mining, Demanding That the Corporation Leave MáXima and Her Neighbours in Peace!
Business  (tags: Mining Industry, Gold mining, bad business, Habitat Destruction, farming families, farming, environment, pollution, Human Rights )

- 192 days ago -
Máxima Acuña de Chaupe has been fighting for years to save her land and her community. Newmont Mining is determined to destroy both for a massive, open-pit gold mine - which would drain four mountain lakes in an arid farming region.
Pain From The Grain: Corn Belt Towns Languish As Prices Drop
Business  (tags: business, economy, farming )

- 200 days ago -
Across the country, a number of farmers are likely to take a big pay cut this year. Nationwide, the U.S. Department of Agriculture expects farmers will earn a third less than they did last year.
The Failure of Modern Industrial Agriculture
Business  (tags: americans, business, consumers, corporate, cover-up, dishonesty, economy, environment, ethics, farming, humans, lies, marketing, money, sustainability, technology )

- 205 days ago -
Americans are being subjected to an ongoing multimillion-dollar propaganda campaign designed to "increase confidence and trust in todayâEUR(TM)s agriculture." Food Dialogues, just one example of this broader trend, is a campaign sponsored by the U.S. Farmers

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