Sofia Adamson – ‘I am the river and the river is me.’
Phillip Schneider – This is an attempt to make GMO’s seem less dangerous and prevent real labeling.
Christina Sarich – The global movement to reject GMO’s has taken hold in Brazil.
Makia Freeman – Glyphosate has been found to be “the most destructive chemical in our environment.”
Christina Sarich – While we are obsessed with glyphosate, Monsanto is turning to other genetically-modified atrocities.
Phillip Schneider – Do you know much about the world’s most hated company?
Dr. Jill Carnahan – Here are some facts on how pervasive glyphosate is in our environment, and some tips on how to keep it out of your body.
Christina Sarich – An internal employee who blew the whistle on fraud could win a serious reward.
Jagannath Chatterjee – Is the Zika virus being used as a scapegoat for Pharma’s dangerous adverse effects?
Phillip Schneider – Argentina is one of the most heavily polluted nations on earth thanks to decades long misuse and abuse of agro-chemicals. People have had enough.
Lorraine Chow – Mexico’s unique and treasured native corn varieties could be under threat from Monsanto.
Alex Pietrowski – Monsanto’s glyphosate is seeping into your body through personal hygiene products.
Dr. Matthew Buckley – The only way to avoid the worsening of the catastrophe of chronic illness is through education and action.
Alex Pietrowski – This case could be a significant game changer for Monsanto, who sells many dangerous products.
Christina Sarich – The International Criminal Court will try Monsanto for crimes against humanity.
Alex Pietrowski– Monsanto must now consult with indigenous communities before they will be granted any permits for GMO soy farming.
Christina Sarich – Monsanto has “an entire department” dedicated to debunking science which disagrees with that of the company.
Alex Pietrowski – The Monsanto Law criminalized growing anything but . They resisted and won.
Alex Pietrowski – Why are potential solutions such as Kerri Rivera’s treatment for autism ignored?