Why do NGOs celebrate a band of thieves who leave so many victims in their wake?
Should scientists design research for toxic tort law firms? How does this slime affect trust in science?
The Risk-Monger is fed up with anti-industry rants from ignorant zealots, so he offers one himself!
Portier was paid $160K to attack glyphosate by lawyers suing Monsanto.
As anti-Monsanto carpetbagger Carey Gillam makes her 2nd paid trip to Brussels to lobby against glyphosate, we need to ask a few questions.
How I discovered the activists and Greens needed me to be their face of evil. Why I decided to stand with Monsanto.
How can three activists in a room create enough noise to affect policy, the media and people’s lives? The people they represent are a tiny fraction of the people they affect. This is wrong!
After a group of anti-GMO zealots got Facebook to remove a popular pro-science page, 12 science communicators speak out against this new form of unilateral censorship.
For all the American farmers working through their Fourth of July Weekend and having to continually endure the closed-minded prejudice of the organic food industry lobby.
Industry needs to rethink its lobbying strategy as reasonable people and independent scientists start taking the lead in responding to activist campaigns.
The organic industry lobby openly lies, spreads fear and attacks its competition – all activities that any organisation or company with an ethical code of conduct would forbid. I’d like to demonstrate how one organic lobbying organisation, USRTK, desperately needs such a code (… and a lot of integrity).
As I continue to migrate my site, this is my favourite blog from 2015. It looks at how the pesticide industry is restricted by its internal codes of ethical conduct that will not allow them to attack competitors, while the organic industry and NGOs have no issue with lying and spreading fear about pesticides. Industry (and society) will lose, but with integrity!