Congress heeds call to action and introduces legislation as pressure mounts on White House Task Force to issue meaningful recommendations
March 4, 2015 (Washington, DC)— A coalition of beekeepers, farmers, business leaders, environm.
Experts, legislators and public call for iconic species to be protected under Endangered Species Act
Contact: George Kimbrell, Center for Food Safety, (571) 527-8618 - Tierra Curry, Center for Biological Diversity, (928) 522-3681 - Sarina J.
Senate Version Still Under Consideration
February 19, 2015 (Honolulu, HI)— Hawaii Center for Food Safety today expressed deep disappointment in the Hawaii House Agriculture Committee Chair’s decision to defer action on HB151.
Sens. Boxer, Blumenthal and Rep. DeFazio Reintroduce Right-to-Know Bill
Washington, DC – Chef Tom Colicchio joined Sens. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.
February 9, 2014 (Washington, DC)-- Center for food Safety today commented on the announcement by the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) of a new campaign aimed at saving the declining monarch butterfly. The campaign allocates $3.
Lawsuit filed to protect endangered whooping crane and Indiana bat from toxic herbicide to be used on genetically engineered crops
February 9, 2015 (San Francisco, CA)-- A coalition of farmers and environmental groups filed a motion Friday to .
Center for Food Safety, Our Family Farms Coalition, and local farmers - Oshala Farm and Chris Hardy to Defend Countywide Ban - on Genetically Engineered Crops
February 6, 2015 (Portland, OR) – Federal Court Magistrate Mark Clarke t.
Landmark Report Reveals Monsanto's Signature Herbicide Has Nearly Eradicated Iconic Species' Major Food Source
February 5th, 2015 (Washington, DC)— Center for Food Safety (CFS) today released a detailed, 80 page scientific.
Environmental, humane and community organizations seek action to protect public health, animals, and the environment
A coalition of environmental, humane and community organizations filed two lawsuits against Environmental Protection Agency t.
Favorable Weather Boosts Population But Pesticides Still Threaten Butterfly’s Chance of Survival
The annual overwintering count of monarch butterflies released today shows a modest population rebound from last year’s lowest.
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