Center for Food Safety secures legal victory for bees!
CFS scored another huge legal victory! As a result of our lawsuit against EPA, 12 toxic, bee-killing "neonic" pesticides will soon be withdrawn from the market!
On Earth Day, we appreciate our planet, its ecosystem, and the food it produces.
Here are 5 ways you can celebrate the Earth today!
1. Save the bees by downloading our new Wild Bee ID app or visiting the website .
Organic Foods: Not a Lifestyle, But a Lifesaver
A groundbreaking new study published in the journal Environmental Research found that switching to an organic diet for just one week significantly reduced the levels of synthetic pesticides found.
Midterm Election Analysis - Andrew Kimbrell, Executive Director - Washington, DC - November 14, 2018
While it has been a week since the polls closed, not all of the races have been decided, nor all the votes counted.
This op-ed was originally published on Honolulu Civil Beat .
Food Self-Sufficiency Doesn't Have to Damage Environment
Despite the rhetoric of Big Ag, small-scale diversified agriculture is neither a joke nor a pipe dream.
How Can Consumers Find A Safe Sunscreen in the Age of Nanotechnology?
In July 2018, Hawaii's governor, David Ige, signed a law that will ban the sale of sunscreens containing oxybenzone and octinoxate starting in 2021.
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) recently introduced new legislation, the Genetically Engineered Salmon Labeling Act (S.1528), which would require genetically engineered salmon to be labeled as "genetically engineered" or "GE.
We appreciate our planet, its ecosystem, and the food it produces. Here are 4 ways you can celebrate the Earth!
Save the bees by choosing pollinator-friendly plants for your garden to provide bees with ample foraging opportunities.
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