The Risk-Monger

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In my second part of this glyphosate series, I look at how and why IARC published a report that the scientific community could not accept. Because of IARC’s unprofessional and unethical behaviour, I suggest that it is time to retract their glyphosate monograph.

Posted by David Zaruk

EFSA needs to account for conflicts of interest of NGO activists involved on their corrupted draft Bee Guidance Document. At least they could give me the courtesy of answering my question.

Posted by David Zaruk

EFSA has tried to use an illegitimate bee guidance document to reject the main bee science and push for a further ban on neonicotinoids.

Posted by David Zaruk

The third and final activist bee science blog looks at how activist scientists have got into government panels like EFSA and are changing the way risk assessments are done. Laden with conflicts of interest, they have delegitimised the entire process and put the European Commission into a terribly compromised position. As the game plays out, nobody cares about the real victims – the farmers.

Posted by David Zaruk