California Supreme Court Upholds Placement of Glyphosate on State's Carcinogens List
Justices Refuse to Hear Monsanto's Appeal to Remove the Roundup Ingredient from Proposition 65's List of Hazardous Chemicals
San Francisco, .
Jury Determines that Roundup Causes Cancer
Monsanto's Efforts to Discredit International Agency's Findings Fail
San Francisco, CA – A jury reached a verdict in a personal liability lawsuit against Monsanto today, finding that M.
Image credit: Red knot photo by Brett Hartl, Center for Biological Diversity.
Legal Action Challenges Trump Reversal of Prohibition on Bee-killing Pesticides, Genetically Modified Crops on National Wildlife Refuges
- WASHINGTON, D.C.
Center for Food Safety statement on the Trump administration's elimination of the National Wildlife Refuge prohibition on genetically engineered crops and neonicotinoid pesticides:
Image credit: TejonRanch.com
Judge Rules Against Tejon Ranch Company's Damaging Grapevine Development
Court Says Kern County Project Did Not Consider Air Pollution, Health Impacts
European Court of Justice Rules That New Genetically Engineered Organisms Are GMOs
Today's decision by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), which functions as the Supreme Court of the European Union, clearly states that the new methods of g.
Public Interest Advocacy Group Sues Trump Administration Over Unlawfully Keeping GMO Labeling Documents Secret
Washington, DC – Last week, Center for Food Safety (CFS) sued the Trump Administration for refusing to make public documents sur.
Today, amid controversy and public outcry, Scott Pruitt resigned as Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). A vocal climate change denier, in February 2017 the U.S. Senate voted to confirm Pruitt as the head of the EPA.
Groups Applaud Decision to Revoke Lost Valley Permit
Portland, OR – Under intense pressure from family farm, environmental, animal welfare and public health organizations, today Oregon agencies took the first step towards shutting down Lost.
Groups File Amicus in Support of Montgomery County, MD Pesticide Restrictions
Montgomery County, Maryland – Ten organizations filed an Amicus brief this week in support of a 2015 landmark Montgomery County, Maryland ordinance that restricts .
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This material is protected under International and Federal Copyright Laws and Treaties. Any unauthorized reprint or use of this material is prohibited. No text may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without express written permission or proper citation. Please credit any and all use of our work product to: Center for Food Safety, www.centerforfoodsafety.org.