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Fight Back Against the New Wave of Toxic GMO Pesticides and Crops
Green Lifestyle  (tags: conservation, eco-friendly, environment, food, genetic engineering, GMOs, health, pesticides, protection, Sustainabililty )

- 16 days ago -
I urge your administration to turn back the approval of Enlist Duo and the GMO crops that have been engineered to be resistant to it. These GMO crops, like their Roundup-resistant predecessors, could lead to a much greater use of even more dangerous...
8 Myths About Pesticides That Monsanto Wants You to Believe
Green Lifestyle  (tags: chemicals, ecosystems, environment, food, health, insecticides, protection, pesticides, Sustainabililty, world )

- 22 days ago -
Myths about pesticides are a testimony to the power of advertising, marketing and lobbying. Pesticide corporations, like Big Tobacco and the oil industry, have systematically manufactured doubt about the science behind pesticides and fostered the myth...
Stand Against Pesticide Pollution of Our Water
Green Lifestyle  (tags: conservation, ecosystems, environment, health, humans, pesticides, protection, sustainable, water )

- 95 days ago -
To your state Senators: I adamantly oppose S. 1500, the dubiously named "Sensible Environmental Protection Act," which eliminates the requirement for point sources to have a permit to spray pesticides in and around our waterways under the Clean Water Act.
Controlling Your Pest Problem With...Bugs
Green Lifestyle  (tags: conservation, CoolStuff, eco-friendly, environment, food, greenliving, health, humans, interesting, pesticides, protection, Sustainabililty, world )

- 114 days ago -
Researchers highlight the role the network of interactions between insects could play in controlling farmland pests.
Bee and Bird-Toxic Pesticides Found in Food Served at Congressional Dining Hall
Green Lifestyle  (tags: environment, food, health, humans, interesting, neonicotinoids, neonics, pesticides, Sustainabililty )

- 114 days ago -
Nearly every food available for purchase at the U.S. Congressional Dining Hall contains detectable levels of neonicotinoids (neonics), chemical insecticides implicated in the global decline of wild and managed pollinators.
This Mycologist Holds the Patent That Could DESTROY Monsanto
Green Lifestyle  (tags: crops, pesticides, green technology, mycology, fungi )

- 130 days ago -
In 2006, Paul Stamets, the world's leading mycologist, was granted a patent called SMART pesticides that could keep insects from destroying crops using only mother nature. This could help in the destruction of Monsanto.
EPA Finally Agrees to Study Impacts of Common Pesticides on 1,500 Endangered Species
Green Lifestyle  (tags: conservation, eco-friendly, ecosystems, environment, health, EPA, protection, Sustainabililty, pesticides, Roundup )

- 151 days ago -
Under legal pressure, the EPA last week agreed to begin a far-reaching evaluation of how some of the most commonly used pesticides affect more than 1,500 endangered plants and animals.
How To Bring Back Butterflies: Make Vineyards Sustainable
Green Lifestyle  (tags: pesticides, environment, green, food, good news, vineyards, Monarch Butterflies, protection, eco-friendly, organic, health, interesting, humans, garden, world )

- 184 days ago -
Butterfly numbers have taken a disastrous plummet in recent years. But a new study finds that lower pesticide use in vineyards leads to hugely increased numbers of everyone's favorite insect.
Stop Highly Hazardous Pesticides (HHPs)
Green Lifestyle  (tags: children, chemicals, ecosystems, environment, family, health, pesticides, protection, Sustainabililty, world )

- 197 days ago -
Decades' of experience has shown that, despite numerous "safe use" programmes, the safe use of highly hazardous pesticides (HHPs) is not possible. People, farm animals, wildlife and the environment continue to suffer considerable harm from HHPs.
EPA Restricts Use of Bee-Killing Pesticides. Now It Needs to Ban Them Entirely. (Please Sign)
Green Lifestyle  (tags: bees, pesticides )

- 226 days ago -
Big news in the fight to save bee populations from pesticides: The EPA just announced that it wonâEUR(TM)t approve any new or expanded uses of neonicotinoid pesticides. Tell the Environmental Protection Agency: Ban the use of bee-killing pesticides entirely.
Tell the US Government: The Only Way to Get Serious About Protecting the Butterflies Is to Go After Monsanto. (Please Sign)
Green Lifestyle  (tags: monsanto, butterflies, pesticides )

- 248 days ago -
The beautiful monarch butterfly, native to North America, is dying. Across the continent, monarchs have lost an alarming 90% of their population in just 20 years. Monsanto is starving these majestic butterflies to death. Demand a ban on the pesticides!
One Man Holds a PATENT That Could Crush MONSANTO and Change The World
Green Lifestyle  (tags: pesticides, biopesticides, monsanto, insect control, mushrooms, CoolStuff, food, gardening, organic, eco-friendly, interesting, goodnews )

- 260 days ago -
How to use mother natureâEUR(TM)s own creations to keep insects from destroying crops. It is whatâEUR(TM)s being called SMART pesticides. These biopesticides provide a safe & nearly permanent solution for controlling over 200,000 species of insects
Save Our Bees: Tell Congress to Support the Saving America's Pollinators Act (Please Sign)
Green Lifestyle  (tags: bees, pesticides )

- 261 days ago -
Honeybees and other pollinators are suffering serious declines. Thankfully, a bill in Congress aims to protect them from the use of harmful pesticides. Please sign petition calling for the suspension of neonicotinoids, pesticides that are killing bees.
Will Pollinator Declines Increase Global Malnutrition and Disease? Yes, Says New Study
Green Lifestyle  (tags: bees, conservation, ecosystems, food, greenliving, health, humans, organic, pesticides, pollinators, protection, Sustainabililty, world )

- 303 days ago -
Global decline of pollinators and pollination services will have a devastating impact on the nutritional health of people in developing countries, especially women and children, if left unabated, according to a new study from scientists at the University
New Pesticide To Be Marketed Amid Misleading Claims That It Is 'Safer for Bees'
Green Lifestyle  (tags: Bayer, bees, conservation, ecosystems, food, health, Sustainabililty, world, pesticides )

- 304 days ago -
Last week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced it completed the registration of a new pesticide, flupyradifurone, that would be marketed as an alternative to neonicotinoid pesticides, and 'safer for bees'.

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