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Leading World Scientists convened in Nairobi, Kenya, June 18-21, 2019.
These scientists presented conclusive evidence that synthetic pesticides are a clear and present danger to the health of humans, animals, and the environment. This knowledge requires a radical change globally in our current  agricultural paradigm.  
 

CONVINCING SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

Below you will find lectures  and supporting documents by leading world scientists at the Nairobi conference showing the impact of synthetic pesticides on human, animal, and environmental health and how sufficient synthetic pesticide free food can be produced to feed the world's exploding population. 

 

 

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1   International Conference on Agroecology Transforming Agriculture & Food Systems in Africa

Nairobi, Kenya, June 18-21, 2019

Reducing Synthetic Pesticides and Fertilizers by Scaling up Agroecology and Promoting Ecological Organic Trade

LEADING WORLD SCIENTISTS ADDRESSED PRESSING  SYNTHETIC PESTICIDE ISSUES AT THIS CONFERENCE

A UN report presented to the UN Human Rights Council states that, “although pesticide use has been correlated with a rise in food production, it has had "catastrophic impacts" on human health and the environment.

  

The report continues, "Equally, increased food production has not succeeded in eliminating hunger worldwide. Reliance on hazardous pesticides is a short-term solution that undermines the rights to adequate food and health for present and future generations."

The UN report lists an array of serious illnesses and health issues with suspected links to pesticides, including cancer, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, hormone disruption, birth defects, sterility, and neurological effects.

Keynote speakers at this conference have been at the forefront of research to answer pressing questions on synthetic pesticide safety  such as: 

  • Do herbicides such as glyphosate and GMOs cause cancer and other diseases?

  • Can insecticides cause neurological diseases in humans?

 

  • Are there synthetic-pesticide-free forms of agriculture to feed the world's exploding population?

A UN report presented to the UN Human Rights Council states that, “although pesticide use has been correlated with a rise in food production, it has had "catastrophic impacts" on human health and the environment.

  

The report continues, "Equally, increased food production has not succeeded in eliminating hunger worldwide. Reliance on hazardous pesticides is a short-term solution that undermines the rights to adequate food and health for present and future generations."

The UN report lists an array of serious illnesses and health issues with suspected links to pesticides, including cancer, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, hormone disruption, birth defects, sterility, and neurological effects.

Keynote speakers at this conference are at the forefront of research to answer pressing questions on synthetic pesticide safety  such as: 

  • Do herbicides such as glyphosate cause cancer and other diseases?

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  • Can insecticides cause neurological diseases in humans?

 

  • Are there synthetic-pesticide free forms of agriculture to feed the world's exploding population?

Prof. TYRONE B. HAYES 
Professor of Integrative Biology,
UC, Berkeley, USA
Prof. GILLES-ERIC SERALINI
Professor,University of Caen, France
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Prof. DON M. HUBER
Emeritus Professor, Purdue University, USA
Dr. JUDY CARMAN
Director, Institute of Health and
Environment Research, Australia
Dr. ANDRE LEU
International Director, Regeneration International, Australia
Dr. PETER OGERA MOKAYA
Director & CEO, Organic Consumers Alliance, Kenya
Dr. DARCY OGADA
Assistant Director, Africa Programs, Peregrine Fund, Kenya
Dr. MILLION BELAY
Coordinator at Alliance for Food Soverignity in Africa, Ethiopia
Prof. HANS RUDOLF HERREN
1995 World Food Prize Laureate,
Swiss Entomologist/Agronomist, Farmer and Development Specialist
Prof. TYRONE B. HAYES 
Professor of Integrative Biology,
UC, Berkeley, USA
 
Prof. TYRONE B. HAYES 
Professor of Integrative Biology,
UC, Berkeley, USA
Prof. GILLES-ERIC SERALINI
Professor,University of Caen,
France
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Prof. DON M. HUBER
Emeritus Professor, Purdue University, USA
Dr. JUDY CARMAN
Director, Institute of Health and
Environment Research, Australia
Dr. ANDRE LEU
International Director,
Regeneration International,
Australia
Dr. PETER OGERA MOKAYA
Director & CEO, Organic Consumers Alliance, Kenya
Dr. DARCY OGADA
Assistant Director, Africa Programs, Peregrine Fund
 Kenya
Prof. HANS RUDOLF HERREN
1995 World Food Prize Laureate,
Swiss Entomologist/Agronomist, Farmer and Development Specialist

The case is clear from the world's leading scientists above that Synthetic Pesticides and related GMOs are a dangerous threat to man, animals, and the environment.

 

Also, that through Agroecology, Regenerative Agriculture, and Permaculture we can grow sufficient food to feed the world's exploding population without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers.

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