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The fight to bring monarchs back

It’s not a pretty picture: Malibu used to be home to three of the top 50 overwintering sites for monarch butterflies back in 1997 when annual monarch counts first began.
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Beekeepers vs. Mennonites: Two traditional cultures clash in Mexico

Maya beekeepers see their way of life threatened by rapidly growing Mennonite farms.

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Toxics

How pesticides are harming soil ecosystems

At a time when interest in regenerative agriculture is growing, a new study looks at the way pesticides can devastate soil species that foster plant health and sequester carbon.
Originals

Judge kills Bayer’s plan to limit future Roundup legal liability, issues harsh criticism

The federal judge overseeing nationwide Roundup litigation on Wednesday denied Bayer's latest attempt to limit its legal liability from future cancer claims associated with its glyphosate-based herbicides, citing numerous "glaring flaws" in a settlement proposed to apply to Roundup users who have not yet sued the company but may want to do so in the future.

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EPA to review Roundup weedkiller to assess potential 'ecological risks'

Biden administration environmental officials say they will consider restrictions on the world's most widely used herbicide because of concerns about potential harm to monarch butterflies and other species.

www.popsci.com
Toxics

Glyphosate doesn't just kill plants. It harms beetles, too

The key ingredient in RoundUp is supposed to only kill plants, but new research suggests it also interrupts a symbiotic relationship in beetles.
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Toxics

Glyphosate doesn't just kill plants. It harms beetles, too.

The key ingredient in RoundUp is supposed to only kill plants, but new research suggests it also interrupts a symbiotic relationship in beetles.
Toxics

Bumblebees are dying after exposure to the weed killer Roundup

Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, has been tested for bee safety—but other inactive ingredients in the weed killer haven’t.
www.nytimes.com
Justice

N.Y.C. bans pesticides in parks with push from unlikely force: Children

“A bunch of kindergartners,” now in seventh grade, worked years to urge the City Council to approve a ban on toxic pesticides in parks, playgrounds and other spaces.
www.reuters.com
Justice

Mexican judge gives temporary win to Bayer over glyphosate ban

A Mexican judge has sided with Bayer in a legal challenge to a government plan to prohibit glyphosate providing temporary relief from a looming ban on the widely used herbicide.

civileats.com
Justice

What Carey Gillam learned through years of investigating Monsanto

In a new book, the author discusses the implications of her research, the future of glyphosate, and how Bayer plans to keep selling Roundup.
www.eenews.net
Toxics

Research surprise unveils how common herbicide kills bees

Many studies already claimed the nation's most-used weedkiller was lethal to bees, but new research indicates its much-maligned active ingredient - glyphosate - isn't to blame.

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Toxics

New Zealand government requested to rethink position on glyphosate use after honey rejection

Figures from the Japan's Ministry of Health Labour and Welfare show this year five New Zealand honey shipments, including one as recently as March, have been rejected by Japan for exceeding the country's accepted trace levels for Glyphosate weed killer.

www.sciencemag.org
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