Global Breaking News on GMOs and Pesticides 6 October 2020

6 October 2020 — Sustainable Pulse

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Environmental Factors to Blame for Increase in Childhood Cancers – New Coalition Report

A 34% increase in childhood cancers since 1975 has led a group of scientists, health professionals, businesses, and advocates to ignite a call to action to highlight preventable environmental factors that threaten our children. This coalition seeks to establish a National Childhood Cancer Prevention Research Agenda and National Childhood Cancer Prevention Plan to eradicate non-hereditary […]

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Bayer Slumps as Bleak Crop Outlook Saps Monsanto Rationale

Bayer AG slumped after the agriculture and pharma giant said it would have to slash costs as the pandemic’s impact on farm commodities extends into next year, further undermining the rationale for its $63 billion purchase of Monsanto Co, Bloomberg reported Thursday The stock fell as much as 13% in German trading, knocking 6.6 billion euros ($7.7 […]

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Gates Foundation Doubles Down on Misinformation Campaign at Cornell as African Leaders Call for Agroecology

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation awarded another $10 million last week to the controversial Cornell Alliance for Science, a communications campaign housed at Cornell that trains fellows in Africa and elsewhere to promote and defend genetically engineered foods, crops and agrichemicals. The new grant brings BMGF grants to the group to $22 million, USRTK reported […]

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Glyphosate Residue Free Certification Market Reaches USD $ 204 Million as Clean Food Booms

The Detox Project released the first ever data on the Glyphosate Residue Free certification market on Tuesday, after reviewing Q2 2020 data provided by their exclusive data partners SPINS. SPINS, which is the leading provider of data and insights for the natural, organic and specialty products industry, revealed through their data that the Glyphosate Residue […]

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