Resources Archive

Resources

Merchants of Poison: How Monsanto Sold the World on a Toxic Pesticide

Like Big Oil and Big Tobacco, pesticide companies spend millions on deceitful strategies to keep their hazardous products unregulated.

2022 Bee-Friendly Supermarket Scorecard

Without pollinators, grocery shelves would run short of a wide assortment of fruits and vegetables, nuts, beans, and delicious favorites like chocolate and coffee.

Letter on IFC funding of Mavin

We are concerned that IFC continues to fund industrial livestock projects that appear to give insufficient attention to the letter and spirit of the IFC’s Good Practice Note

Letter on IFC Project 44281

We remain concerned that that the IFC approval will result in a continuation of deeply unsustainable agricultural practices in the Cerrado.

Letter to Sec. Regan on CAFOs

We are writing to urge the Environmental Protection Agency to exercise its existing statutory authority to protect communities from the harmful impacts of concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs), also known as factory farms.

Industrial Animal Agriculture Impacts on Environmental Justice and the Need for Federal Oversight

This fact sheet explores industrial animal agriculture’s health impacts on environmental justice & rural communities.

Di no a los mosquitos transgénicos en tu comunidad

Fact sheet on genetically engineered mosquitoes in Spanish

Say NO to Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes in Your Community!

The EPA has approved the use of nearly 2 million genetically engineered mosquitoes in California, which will pose a risk to our health and the environment. You can help stop this by telling decisionmakers in California that our communities aren't for genetically engineered mosquito experiments.

GE Mosquitoes Issue Brief

California is poised to be the second state where genetically engineered (GE) mosquitoes are released, unless the public and California’s government officials demand otherwise. Earlier this year, half a billion GE mosquitoes were released in Florida.

Mosquitos Transgénicos

Se planea que California será el segundo estado de Estados Unidos donde se liberarán los mosquitos transgénicos, a menos de que el público y los funcionarios del gobierno de California exijan lo contrario.