Connecticut just passed legislation to become the first state requiring companies label any genetically modified products. Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy signed the bill in Fairfield on Wednesday. However, ...On December 13, 2013 / By Cassady Sharp
You may have heard the news that the USDA found genetically engineered wheat in an Oregon field. The USDA has never approved genetically engineered wheat for US farming ...On May 30, 2013 / By Cassady Sharp
There aren’t too many corporations more globally disliked than the sustainable agriculture company Monsanto. And by “sustainable agriculture,” they mean genetically engineering food crops with unknown chemicals leading ...On May 22, 2013 / By Cassady Sharp
The next time you see a bee buzzing around, it’s worthwhile remembering that much of the food we eat depends significantly on pollination these insects provide. But bees ...On May 6, 2013 / By Matthias Wüthrich
Days before the key EU vote to ban bee-killer pesticides, Greenpeace is attending the annual general meeting (AGM) of Syngenta in Basel, Switzerland, in order to alert shareholders ...On April 24, 2013 / By Marianne Kuenzle
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Greenpeace activists will be going on trial to fight felony charges for a protest at the P&G headquarters in Cincinnati.