In advance of next week’s the NOSB meeting in San Antonio, Texas, CFS urges USDA’s National Organic Program to promulgate strong animal welfare standards, which are crucial to the success of the organic egg and poultry industry a.
Heavy Costs is a scientific literature review which reveals that neonicotinoid insecticide seed treatments offer little benefit, do not increase crop yields, and cause widespread environmental and economic damage.
Food & Climate: Connecting the Dots, Choosing the Way Forward , outlines the climate requirements for successful food production, and examines two competing food production methods – industrial and organic – to reveal ho.
As a leader in the food movement for over 15 years, Center for Food Safety has - used groundbreaking legal, policy, corporate, public education, and grassroots - campaigns to protect our food, our farms, and our environment.
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This groundbreaking report looks at the recent push for the commercialization of GE trees by biotech, energy, and paper companies and exposes the truth behind industry claims that these GE trees promote "environmental sustainability.
Best Public Relations Money Can Buy: A Guide to Food Industry Front Groups , written for CFS by author and food politics expert Michele Simon, delves into the confusing world of food industry propaganda, revealing how corporations and lobbyists hid.
(Spring 2013) Genetically Engineered Salmon: The Next Generation of Industrial Aquaculture
- Plagued by decades of over-fishing, pollution, agricultural runoff, and deficient management, our marine ecosystems and the fisheries that depend upon th.
This short report provides a summary of U.S. seed policy history in order to - establish the trajectory to present-day policies that threaten seed - sovereignty for farmers and citizens as well as natural resources, wildlife, - and food safety.
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