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Rural education can cut pesticide deaths - report
Author: Reuters, Published on: 27 February 2003
Agrochemical giants must make amends for pesticide-caused deaths by funding rural education in the developing world and phasing out their most dangerous chemicals, an environmental group [Environmental Justice Foundation] said yesterday...Monsanto...says it makes the safety of communities where it operates its highest priority. It has spearheaded programmes in Indonesia and China that reduce pesticide usage through insect-resistant plants.
Related companies: Monsanto (part of Bayer)