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9 May 2011
Equiterre and Vivre en Ville offer multiple solutions for land-use planning and passenger transport development in their new report, Changer de direction.*
Actu - Changer de direction
3 May 2011
A new study from University California Berkeley links prenatal pesticide exposure with slight cognitive deficits in school-age children. The researchers – including one from Ste-Justine Hospital in Montreal – found that children whose mothers had had the highest level of pesticide...
Actu - Enfant et tomate dans ses mains
27 April 2011
Marie-Eve Arbour, a graduate of UQAM's communications program, won the 2010 Laure Waridel bursary for VISAGES régionaux du Québec*, a research and awareness-raising project on organic agriculture, eco-friendly homes and citizen action. 
Actu - Bourse Laure Waridel 2011
27 April 2011
An independent study from Sherbrooke, QC demonstrates for the first time the presence of pesticides from GMOs in the blood of women, including pregnant women and their fetuses. Toxins – even at a low concentration – can have a long-term effect.
Actu - femme enceinte (ventre)
26 April 2011
Quebec's Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ) launched a pilot program supporting multi-functionality in agriculture. The program – which recognizes the social, economic and environmental contribution of agriculture to the quality of community life – will...
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