The International Agency for Research on Cancer issued a report last year declaring the herbicide glyphosate a probable carcinogen. Since then, the group’s research methods have come under question and more people are demanding open records about IARC’s work on the glyphosate finding.
“Based on need for consistency, and to account for all the new and deliberative discussions [in which EPA] has taken part related to epidemiological data in the last 6 years — and to follow the 2011 White House directive — CLA is asking that EPA at minimum publish for public[…]Read More »
Today, information is shared at an unprecedented speed. Not so at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and USDA’s Agricultural Research Service (ARS), both of which have been conspicuously silent online this week. Read moreRead More »