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How the U.S. and other countries fail to adequately regulate pesticides

Can pesticides ever really be ‘organic’?

As consumers and regulators do soul-searching over how much pesticides mean to the economy and their grocery bills, chemical companies are racing to develop the next big organic pesticide. That’s not an oxymoron. There are a lot of misconceptions about what you’re getting when you’re buying organic foods.

Oct 29, 2014

EPA’s fast-track approval process for pesticides raises health concerns

The EPA, headquartered in the William Jefferson Clinton Federal Building, says it has enough data on pesticide Nanosilva to know that it’s safe while the manufacturer finishes testing.c_nilsen/Flickr Tiny particles of silver could appear soon in children’s toys and clothing, embedded inside plastics and fabrics to fight stains and odors. No one knows how the

Jan 15, 2014
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