MONSANTO LOSES LANDMARK COURT CASE IN AMERICA. ROUNDUP CONTRIBUTED TO SCHOOL GROUNDSKEEPER’S CANCER
The results of this trial are being played out in the media world-wide with Monsanto and Bayer continuing to deny their glyphosate products like Roundup cause cancer. We will post updates as they come in, especially New Zealand reactions on our Glyphosate page. in the meantime to see and assess the unvarnished evidence for yourself see documents posted on the U.S Right to Know website. (13.8 2018)
See Latest News for call by Public Health Professor for national restrictions in NZ on glyphosate use in the wake of the US case. Calls for a ban on domestic use and a rethink by councils on their use on roadsides and verges. (13.8.2018)
AUCKLAND TRANSPORT RELINQUSHES ALL WEED AND VEGETATION CONTROL OPERATIONS TO COUNCIL
Confirmation has been received that at last, after eight long years, all weed and vegetation control operations in the city will revert to one contract under community facilities. Finally the burden of trying to deal with a Council-Controlled (not) Auckland Transport that wanted to go its own chemical way will be lifted. (15 May 2018)
Read all about it in Latest News.
GLYPHOSATE IN NEW ZEALAND – CHECK OUT THE LATEST – FRESH, RAW, UNEDITED … the public reaction from our own scientists, academics and journalists.
News that will shock you, delight you, make you think, and may need to be read sitting down. Read all this in the Latest News, together with an update on our relationship with Auckland Council.
How did this get here?
(Devonport, Auckland sometime in the late 1980s)
WE PUBLISH A HISTORY OF CHEMICAL HERBICIDE USE IN AUCKLAND TODAY, 27 July 2017 . . .
A history that lays bare the motives, actions and inactions of successive cities and councils and their so-called Council Controlled Organisations like Auckland Transport.
But also a history that is rich in endeavour, and persistence, and pure grit and determination by many thousands of people to ensure that we do the right thing and protect ourselves and our children and our grandchildren from unnecessary and harmful chemicals.
Truly, a narrative of the good, the bad and the ugly in one volume. READ MORE