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Science in Society #69 - Spring 2016

The only radical science magazine on Earth

Science in Society 69 cover

Contents

From the Editors
Climate Change Revolution in Paris away from Fossil Fuels
Towards 100 % Renewables
Leave Oil in the Ground, Renewables Can Deliver Climate Solution
China Commits $5.1 Billion to South-South Cooperation on Climate Change & Development
Freeing the World from GMOs
First Commercial Bt-Maize was Toxic, Scientist & Farmer Confirm
Declaration of Physicians in Crop-sprayed Towns in Argentina at 3rd National Congress
“Serious Deficiencies” in EFSA Glyphosate Re-assessment Signals EU Re-approval
Glyphosate Causes Irreversible Abnormal Growth & Delayed Development of Embryonic Rat Neurons
Monarch Butterfly Decline linked to Glyphosate
Monsanto Tried for Crimes against Humanity
Technology Watch
CRISPR Too Fast for Comfort
Commercial Formulations of Bt Toxins Lethal to Amphibians
SiS obituary
Prof Joe Cummins
Honouring the Life and Work of Chiyo Nohara
Health Watch
Cancer Not Just Bad Luck
Cutting Down on Sugar
Mid-Life Crisis of Rising Illnesses & Death for White Americans
Ancient Viral Genes in Human Genome Reactivated in Human Disease
Epigenetics
Parents’ Eating Habits Can Affect the Health of Future Generations
Announcing new book
Meaning of Life & the Universe

Article first published 17/02/16



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