Industry attacks on Vermont’s GMO labeling bill escalate as a broad coalition urges Senators to defend state labeling laws.
Flint's water crisis has renewed interest in funding community water systems. But some proposed solutions are more helpful to for-profit entities.
A biotech company wants to unleash genetically engineered mosquitoes in Florida – but their plan could do as much harm as good.
The DARK Act was blocked in the Senate, but the fight’s not over yet. Here’s why we need to keep fighting for clear, mandatory, on-package GMO labeling!
The 2016 presidential race is fraying the Washington consensus, exposing the downside of trade deals like the TPP. It’s time for a new way forward on trade.
- Global Trade
Thanks to months of hard campaigning, the 2016 Tap-A-Palooza winners will earn $1,500 towards water infrastructure improvements on their campuses.
- Corporate Control of Water
A new Sierra Club report shows how the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) could undermine efforts to ban fracking and fight climate change.
The food industry’s latest ploy would pretend to label GMOs while making it more difficult to tell what’s in your food.
For two years, thousands of households in Detroit have gone without reliable access to water and sanitation.
That needs to end—now.
- Broken Democracy
Vermont’s GMO labeling law goes into effect in July, and some major companies are starting to give consumers more information about what’s in their food.
- Corporate Control of Food