Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Kauai, Hawaii Is Saying, "No To Monsanto"

Foto: STOP POISONING PARADISE: Gary Hooser, Kauai County Council Member, wanted answers on why so many residents of Kauai, Hawaii, were getting sick. The common denominator was that they all lived, worked or attended school in the vicinity of GMO & pesticides experimentation fields run by some of the largest agrichemical companies in the world, including Syngenta, BASF, Bayer and DuPont-Pioneer. He unearthed some disturbing facts and found the chemical companies misleading him or outright lying to him when he tried to work with them. Hooser then sponsored Bill 2491 to regulate pesticide use and the bill achieved victory after a long and hard fought battle between the People of Kauai and the chemical companies in the fall of 2013.

MUST-WATCH video of Gary Hooser on Bill 2491, the chemicals companies’ agenda and the little island that could: http://garyhooser.wordpress.com/2014/05/31/gary-hooser-on-2491-the-chemicals-companies-agenda-and-the-little-island-that-could/

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STOP POISONING PARADISE
 
Gary Hooser, Kauai County Council Member, wanted answers on why so many residents of Kauai, Hawaii, were getting sick. The common denominator was that they all lived, worked or attended school in the vicinity of GMO... & pesticides experimentation fields run by some of the largest agrichemical companies in the world, including Syngenta, BASF, Bayer and DuPont-Pioneer. He unearthed some disturbing facts and found the chemical companies misleading him or outright lying to him when he tried to work with them. Hooser then sponsored Bill 2491 to regulate pesticide use and the bill achieved victory after a long and hard fought battle between the People of Kauai and the chemical companies in the fall of 2013.

MUST-WATCH video of Gary Hooser on Bill 2491, the chemicals companies’ agenda and the little island that could:
 
 
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