How to rebuild IARC after Chris Wild’s sudden departure.
IARCgate: Six Reasons Why IARC’s Head, Christopher Wild, must be Fired
IARC is a sinking battleship. Should its captain go down with it, or resign and let others try to save it?
Carey Gillam: A Rachel Carson for our Time?
As anti-Monsanto carpetbagger Carey Gillam makes her 2nd paid trip to Brussels to lobby against glyphosate, we need to ask a few questions.
Memoirs of a Monsanto Shill
How I discovered the activists and Greens needed me to be their face of evil. Why I decided to stand with Monsanto.
When Activists Pretend to be Journalists: Stéphane Horel and her Monsanto Rage
When an activist pretends to be a journalist and asks you questions, keep a copy and publish it so others can see the source.
Glypho-nicotinoids and “Junck-Science”: Who is Really Responsible for EU Food Safety Regulations?
Junck-science: the art of creating scientific disagreement so that undesired evidence and facts can be ignored and kept out of the policy process for as long as possible.
Glyphosate, Beer and Monsanto: An interview with the BfR’s Roland Solecki
Roland Solecki, the head of pesticide safety at the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), gave the Süddeutsche Zeitung an honest interview on glyphosate.
The Risk-Monger’s Top 10 Worst Moments of 2016: The Year of Stupid!
My Top 10 Stupidest Moments of 2016. How I wish 2017 would be reasonable.
Is IARC Fit for Purpose?
IARC has continued to slide into an crisis of legitimacy. Recent unethical, biased behaviour has left the agency no longer fit for purpose.
Glyphosate: How to fix IARC
My solution to fix IARC is to pull its funding. As I publish this, the US is proposing to do just that!
IARC’s Glyphosate Debacle: Sinking deeper into their pit of hypocrisy
IARC says they are transparent – they are not! They say their scientists have no conflicts of interest – they do! They say their scientific methodology is the strongest – no one else agrees. This is hypocrisy!
IARC’s Disgrace: How Low Can Activist Science Go?
We know that IARC’s political bias, non-transparency and conflict of interest on glyphosate were bad. But according to a recent publication, it is nothing compared to how bad their activist science was.