- ‘Jarring Wake-Up Call’: Hunger Surges in US After Food Aid Cuts
‘Jarring Wake-Up Call’: Hunger Surges in US After Food Aid Cuts
“Effective federal public policies over the previous few years were spectacularly successful in stemming U.S. hunger, but as many of those policies have been reversed, hunger has again soared,” said one expert.
Nov 22, 2023
Highlighting the end of a yearslong trend of declining hunger in ...
- Sustainable Pulse: Bayer-Monsanto Hit With $175M Verdict Against Roundup
SUSTAINABLE pulse reports:
A Philadelphia jury on Friday hit Bayer/Monsanto with a $175 million verdict in favor of a cancer patient who claimed the company failed to warn about known carcinogens in its best-selling herbicide, Roundup. Source: Environmental Health News The verdict is part of a string of nine- and 10-figure judgments against the Bayer AG ...
- Russian River Water forum date change to December 7th
Russian River Water forum date change to December 7th
As you may know, PG&E intends to release its initial draft decommissioning plan in mid-November. In the interest of having a substantive discussion on that topic, the November 2 Planning Group meeting will be postponed to December 7. The December 7 meeting will cover the following topics (and potentially ...
- Occupy: News on GMO & Glyphosate
GMOs, GLYPHOSATE & TOXINS
Pesticide Preemption And The Fight For Local Control
“Pesticide preemption laws — many using language developed by the pesticide industry — specifically limit the ability of city or county governments to ban or restrict pesticides in any way, including the “use, sale, notification, marketing, distribution.” Pesticide preemption takes away local control. “
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- No $ for Workers As: Auto Giants Pay 1% in taxes Federal Taxes on $42 Billion in Profits
Auto Giants Refusing Union Demands Paid Just 1% in Federal Taxes on $42 Billion in Profits: Analysis
“The tax system is rigged to benefit multinational corporations over the workers who keep them running.”
BRETT WILKINS Sep 19, 2023
Despite reaping tens of billions of dollars in profits between them over the past five years, General Motors and Ford paid ...
- New York OAG Forces Bayer and Monsanto to Pay $6.9 M over False Claims on Roundup Safety
New York OAG Forces Bayer and Monsanto to Pay $6.9 M over False Claims on Roundup Safety
by Sustainable Pulse June 23, 2023
New York Attorney General Letitia James last week announced a settlement with Bayer CropScience LP (Bayer) and Monsanto Company (Monsanto) for allegedly making false and misleading claims regarding the safety of certain Roundup® consumer weedkillers.
Bayer and ...
- Domestic Terrorism: Right-Wing Think Tank’s Climate ‘Battle Plan’ Wages ‘War Against Our Children’s Future’
Right-Wing Think Tank’s Climate ‘Battle Plan’ Wages ‘War Against Our Children’s Future’
The Heritage Foundation’s Mandate for Leadership would serve as a policy blueprint for the first 180 days if Trump—or another Republican—were to gain control of the White House in January 2025.
Jul 26, 2023
Close down the Department of Energy’s renewable energy office. Cut cash ...
- Fish Near Fukushima Contained Radioactive Cesium 180 Times Over Japan’s Limit
Fish Near Fukushima Contained Radioactive Cesium 180 Times Over Japan’s Limit
The fish was caught near a drainage outlet where water from melted nuclear reactors flows—some of the same water that is to be treated and released from the power plant starting next month.
Jul 24, 2023
With the Tokyo Electric Power Company planning to begin a ...
- CDC finds toxic weedkiller in 87 percent of children tested
EWG: CDC finds toxic weedkiller in 87 percent of children tested
WASHINGTON – About 87 percent of 650 children tested had detectable levels of the ubiquitous and toxic herbicide glyphosate in their urine, according to a new analysis by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Food is the main route of exposure to glyphosate for the children, ...