Bees: The jury has retired

3 March 2017 — SumOfUs

[I’ll keep you uptodate on this one. WB]

Last month, with your support, the Bee Defenders Alliance were at the European Court of Justice standing up for the bees.

This group of independent scientists and beekeepers were taking on the world’s biggest pesticide companies – Bayer, Syngenta and BASF. I delivered them your message of support along with messages from over 57,000 Sum of Us members – the team were so grateful to know you were standing with them.

Continue reading this...

In the European Court of Justice with the BeeDefenders

16 February 2017 — SumOfUs

I’m writing to you from the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, where I’ve just delivered messages of support from you and over 57,000 other SumOfUs members. The team here are so grateful to know that you’re standing beside them.

Right now, the BeeDefenders are in court defending the bees from the world’s biggest pesticide companies – Bayer, Syngenta and BASF.

Continue reading this...

We have to stop the Merger of Bayer and Monsanto!

7 December 2016 — SumOfUs

More than 600,000 people have joined our campaign to stop the dangerous merger between agrochemical giants Bayer and Monsanto. With a Trump U.S. presidency on the horizon, we must pressure antitrust regulators now to block the deal before it’s too late. Trump has already proven himself to be a corporate stooge by appointing billionaires and former lobbyists to senior cabinet team. So we need to act now to stop this merger from hell. 

Continue reading this...

Biotechnology, GMO and Scientific Analysis: The Powers of Corporate Manipulation By Colin Todhunter

6 December 2013 — Global Research

Retracting Seralini’s Study

gmofood

The biotech sector often yells for “peer review” when the anti-GMO movement refers to analyses or research-based findings to state its case. Despite Professor Seralini publishing his research findings (rats fed on GMOs) that were critical of the health impacts of GMOs in an internationally renowned peer-reviewed journal in 2012, his methodology and findings were nevertheless subjected to sustained attacks by the sector. Personal smears came his way too (1). Now he finds that his paper has been retracted by the journal.

  Continue reading this...