Category Archives: biocides

Rounded Up, But Definitely Not Ready

  Rounded Up, But Definitely Not Ready The first verdict came in August 2018 when a San Francisco jury told Monsanto that it had to pay $289 million in damages to a Dewayne Johnson who developed non-Hodgkins lymphoma after years … Continue reading

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Home Is Where Your Honey Bee

[I previously posted a version of this essay in my former blog.] I never really thought much about bees other than the ones hiding in my soda can during family picnics and never had that warm fuzzy space in my … Continue reading

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Silent Spring

Silent Spring When Rachel Carson penned Silent Spring, first published in 1962, she probably had no idea that it would be one of the most influential books of the modern environmental movement. A smart, savvy scientist, Carson wrote the seminal … Continue reading

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