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The Monsanto Papers, Part 2 — Reaping a bitter harvest

The Monsanto Papers, Part 2 — Reaping a bitter harvest

In order to save glyphosate, the Monsanto corporation has undertaken an effort to destroy the United Nations' cancer agency by any means possible. Here is part two of an investigation from Le Monde.

Editors Note: This month Le Monde won the Prix Varenne Presse quotidienne nationale (Varenne award for the national daily press) for their Monsanto Papers series, an investigation on the worldwide war the Monsanto corporation has started in order to save glyphosate, originally published in June.

Below is part two, originally published June 2, 2017, translated by the Health and Environment Alliance.

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The Monsanto Papers, Part 1 — Operation: Intoxication
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The Monsanto Papers, Part 1 — Operation: Intoxication

Editors Note: This month Le Monde won the Prix Varenne Presse quotidienne nationale (Varenne Award for the national daily press) for their Monsanto Papers series, an investigation on the worldwide war the Monsanto corporation has started in order to save glyphosate, originally published in June.

Below is part one, originally published June 1, 2017, translated by GM Watch and the Health and Environment Alliance.

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Chemical pollutants: French environment minister calls for disclosure.
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Chemical pollutants: French environment minister calls for disclosure.

The European Commission is keeping its assessment of endocrine-disrupting compounds secret. Ségolène Royal demands daylight. Part 2 of 3.

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