Chemical Companies

The Poison Papers: Dirtiest Darkest Secrets Of The Chemical Industry

100,000 PAGES OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY SECRETS GATHERED DUST IN AN OREGON BARN FOR DECADES — UNTIL NOW By Sharon Lerner FOR DECADES, SOME of the dirtiest, darkest secrets of the chemical industry have been kept in Carol Van Strum’s barn. Creaky, damp, and prowled by the occasional black bear, the listing, 80-year-old structure in rural … Continue reading The Poison Papers: Dirtiest Darkest Secrets Of The Chemical Industry

Chemical Industries: Increasing An Already Chemically Saturated Environment

Sign the petition: Stop Senate Democrats from supporting the sham chemical safety bill. Senate Democrats: “The Udall-Vitter chemical safety bill is a giveaway to the chemical industry that would stop states from protecting their residents from toxic chemicals. Reject this dangerous, industry-sellout bill.” Our main chemical safety law – the 1976 Toxic Substances Control Act … Continue reading Chemical Industries: Increasing An Already Chemically Saturated Environment

Save the Monarch Butterfly from extinction

To: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Please sign the petition to protect our monarch butterflies! The monarch butterfly population has decreased more than 90% over the last 20 years and there is substantial evidence to show that this is due to the application of toxic herbicides sprayed on genetically engineered crops. The monarch butterfly is … Continue reading Save the Monarch Butterfly from extinction

Agent Orange's Long Legacy, For Vietnam And Veterans

The video by Retro Report tells a story of Congressional, Government, and Chemical Company deception. This dark U.S. history sheds light on recent history in Fallujah, Iraq and real time International Weather Modification Programs. Britain was the first to use defoliants as a war tactic in Southeast Asia. That was in the early 1950s in … Continue reading Agent Orange's Long Legacy, For Vietnam And Veterans

Obama Leaves Monsanto In Charge Of Ending Hunger In Africa/Bono Joins In

Obama Leaves Monsanto In Charge Of Ending Hunger in Africa "At the Group of 8 (G8) meetings this past weekend, President Obama and the leaders of the rest of the world's richest nations abandoned their governments' previous commitments to donate $7.3 billion a year to end hunger in Africa, after disbursing only 58 percent of … Continue reading Obama Leaves Monsanto In Charge Of Ending Hunger In Africa/Bono Joins In