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EU Food Safety Authority admits glyphosate formulations are

https://www.naturalnews.com/052065_glyphosate_roundup_genotoxic.html

The European Union Food Safety Authority (EFSA) seemingly handed Monsanto a victory on November 12, when it released a report concluding that the company's global bestselling herbicide chemical glyphosate is "unlikely" to be a carcinogen. ... The EFSA report is part of a re-assessment of glyphosate that will be used by EU member states to decide whether to continue allowing the chemical's use within their borders. "...

German ministers call for EU-wide ban on Monsanto's deadly glyphosate herbicide

https://www.naturalnews.com/049847_glyphosate_herbicide_monsanto_european_union.html

Monsanto may be expanding its operations in the United States, but elsewhere, lawmakers, scientists, activists and ordinary citizens are increasingly questioning (and in many cases banning) the introduction of GM crops, along with the use of the glyphosate herbicide (Monsanto's Roundup). State consumer protection ministers in Germany are advocating an EU-wide ban on glyphosate herbicides in response to the World Health Organization's (WHO) categorization of the chemical ...

The EU is watching the Monsanto lawsuits closely; re-licensing of glyphosate sparking bitter debate

https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-10-13-the-eu-is-watching-the-monsanto-lawsuits-closely-relicensing-of-glyphosate-sparking-bitter-debate.html

The EU is watching the Monsanto lawsuits closely; re-licensing of glyphosate sparking bitter debate Friday, October 13, 2017 by: Vicki Batts ban glyphosate , corrporate corruption , dangerous chemicals , EPA , EU , European Union , glyphosate , herbicides , Monsanto , political debate , Roundup , toxins - (Natural News ) It looks like the European Union could be on its way to saying goodbye to Monsanto’s most popular ...

Malta fearlessly prepares to outlaw Monsanto's cancer-causing glyphosate, becoming first EU nation to enact complete ban

https://www.naturalnews.com/054705_malta_glyphosate_ban_herbicide.html

Leading by example, Malta is poised to become the first European Union nationto enact a complete ban on the carcinogenic herbicide glyphosate , the active ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller. ... In recent years, however, Monsanto has faced an increasingly uphill battle, as awareness of glyphosate's dangers and opposition to its use have grown among citizens and governments, particularly in the European Union. "...

European Union officials outraged by glyphosate opposition as Germany, Italy and France refuse to relicense herbicide

https://www.naturalnews.com/054375_glyphosate_herbicide_european_countries.html

Within a matter of weeks, glyphosate, the , declared a likely human carcinogen by the World Health Organization last spring, may no longer be approved for use in Europe. ... Despite failing to receive majority support or 65 percent of the EU's population, the European Commission has decided to push forward with its plan to temporarily renew the glyphosate license through an appeal committee, which has scheduled a hearing for June 24. "...

Poll: two out of every three Europeans wants glyphosate eradicated from the continent

https://www.naturalnews.com/054631_glyphosate_eu_ban_weed_killer_chemical.html

The European Parliament responded to the public's concerns on Wednesday, April 20, by passing a resolution opposing the European Commission's proposal to re-approve the use of glyphosate for the next 15 years. ... From The Ecologist: "The Parliament's vote precedes a decision by EU government representatives on whether or not to support the Commission proposal to approve glyphosate for use in the EU. "...

Urine of every single member of the European Parliament tested found to be heavily contaminated with glyphosate weed killer

https://www.naturalnews.com/054200_glyphosate_eu_parliament_members_herbicide_contamination.html

In a bid to show the public that there is no reason to be concerned about exposure to popular herbicide glyphosate – produced by Big Agri Giant Monsanto – Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) volunteered to take a urine test to see if glyphosate was in their systems. ... Yet, according to Reader Supported News, despite fierce opposition from European Parliament, the EU Commission plans to relicense glyphosate for another nine years. "...

European Union extends limited approval for glyphosate pending report on chemical's cancer-causing effects

https://www.naturalnews.com/054689_glyphosate_european_union_gmo_labeling.html

Claiming that the controversial move will still restrict the use of glyphosate in parks and playgrounds, the European Commission has decided to temporarily extend approval for the pervasive herbicide chemical, glyphosate (Roundup) , pending the release of an upcoming report that promises to independently assess the chemical's carcinogenic potential. "...

Monsanto threatens legal action against European Commission over potential glyphosate ban

https://www.naturalnews.com/054530_monsanto_glyphosate_legal_threats.html

is throwing a temper tantrum, following news that the European Union (EU) might not renew a permit allowing theto be applied to European food crops. ... Despite reassurances by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) that concerns about glyphosate safety are unwarranted, and that glyphosate is unlikely to cause cancer in humans, the EU Commission has already said it plans to err on the side of caution. "...

Glyphosate to be banned across Europe? Massive war raging, and poison pushing Monsanto is playing dirty

https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-10-30-glyphosate-to-be-banned-across-europe-massive-war-raging-and-poison-pushing-monsanto-is-playing-dirty.html

The use of glyphosate has been approved in EU member states since 2002. However, in the EU, once approved is not always approved. ... Regardless, a frustrated EU member panel decided unilaterally to extend glyphosate’s license for a limited time while the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) finalizes yet another review into glyphosate’s links to cancer. "...

European Commission pathetically surrenders to chemical industry, relicensing glyphosate at the last minute despite massive opposition

https://www.naturalnews.com/054575_european_commission_glyphosate_licensing.html

The European Commission has re-approved the use of glyphosate for another 18 months, despite repeatedly being unable to secure a majority decision from EU member states. ... The 18-month extension will allow the European Chemicals Agency to continue its assessment of the safety of glyphosate, but Green Party members and other activists see the decision as a failure by the EU governing body to acknowledge the opposition. "...

Push to renew glyphosate license in Europe fails as the herbicide's expiration date moves closer

https://www.naturalnews.com/054103_european_commission_monsanto_roundup_herbicide_expiration.html

Glyphosate license set to expire in June "It is clear that the EU Commission and the agro-chemical industry were hell-bent on bulldozing through the approval of glyphosate for unrestricted use for a long timeframe but thankfully this push has been headed off for now. ... Follow real-time breaking news headlines on European Commission at FETCH.news The world of independent media, all in one place. - More news on European Commission BREAKING: European ...

The 'Great Glyphosate Rebellion' once again blocks Europe's attempt to relicense Monsanto herbicide

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If European Union nations fail to reach an agreement by the end of June, the license for glyphosate will expire. ... In response, the EU suggested renewing the herbicide for 12–18 months while the European Chemicals Agency completes a "scientific study" it hopes will lay mounting concerns regarding the safety of glyphosate to rest. "...

Despite links to cancer, the EU proposes a 10-year license renewal for key ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup

https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-06-06-despite-links-to-cancer-the-eu-proposes-a-10-year-license-renewal-for-key-ingredient-in-monsantos-roundup.html

Despite links to cancer, the EU proposes a 10-year license renewal for key ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup Tuesday, June 06, 2017 by: Amy Goodrich ag industry , bad science , cancer , EU , European Union , glyphosate , herbicides , Monsanto , Roundup , weed killer - (Natural News ) The World Health Organization’s (WHO) cancer agency, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), classified glyphosate as “probably carcinogenic to humans ...

Urine of every single member of the European Parliament tested found to be heavily contaminated with glyphosate weed killer

https://www.naturalnews.com/2016-06-03-urine-of-every-single-member-of-the-european-parliament-tested-found-to-be-heavily-contaminated-with-glyphosate-weed-killer.html

In a bid to show the public that there is no reason to be concerned about exposure to popular herbicide glyphosate – produced by Big Agri Giant Monsanto – Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) volunteered to take a urine test to see if glyphosate was in their systems. ... Yet, according to Reader Supported News, despite fierce opposition from European Parliament, the EU Commission plans to relicense glyphosate for another nine years. "...

The beginning of the end for glyphosate?

https://www.naturalnews.com/055012_glyphosate_world_health_organization_environment.html

Huge setback for pesticide claimed to be the "safest ever" Just a few months ago everyone assumed that glyphosate would sail through re-authorisation in the EU without any problems. ... A number of EU member states like France remain opposed to any relicensing of glyphosate, while others like the UK are all for it, so the future will likely involve a compromise. "...

International doctors call for immediate ban on cancer-causing glyphosate herbicide

https://www.naturalnews.com/049932_glyphosate_herbicide_roundup_ban_monsanto.html

In response to a recent International Agency for Research on Cancer report, which found that the Monsanto herbicide glyphosate "probably" causes cancer in humans, a cohort of international doctors is now petitioning the European Union Parliament, the EU Commission, and several other health and food safety authorities to take action by banning the use of this prolific chemical. ... The full ISDE letter calling on the EU to immediately ban glyphosate ...

France vows to outlaw Monsanto's glyphosate by 2018 amid fears herbicide is destroying biodiversity, causing mass honeybee die-offs

https://www.naturalnews.com/054643_glyhosate_france_honeybees.html

The EU is making international headlines yet again, but this time for their mandated 18-month extension of the license for the use of glyphosate, the , which is used widely in French agriculture. The use of glyphosate in French farming and wine agricultural practices was supposed to cease entirely by June 30, 2016, but after the EU Standing Environmental Committee failed to come to an agreement on whether or not to enforce a ban, they extended the deadline by an ...

CWC Labs launches glyphosate contamination rating system for foods and supplements

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-10-22-cwc-labs-glyphosate-contamination-rating-system-food-supplements.html

In contrast to the strict EU limits on glyphosate, the U.S. EPA allowable limits are described here . ... Glyphosate results include AMPA, a glyphosate derivative Under current EU standards, labs that report “glyphosate” numbers must test foods for both glyphosate and AMPA, a glyphosate derivative. "...

Aerial glyphosate spraying threatens organic gardens built by awarding-winning environmentalists

https://www.naturalnews.com/054423_glyphosate_weed_killer_organic_gardens.html

'We applaud those EU governments' In Europe, there is a major backlash taking place against glyphosate as well. ... "Thankfully, the significant public mobilization and political opposition to re-approving glyphosate has been taken seriously by key EU governments, who have forced the EU Commission to back down," Staes added. "...