PEST CONTROL PRODUCTS – PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE – INVALIDATED WEAPON OF COERCION

 

 

 

 

 

IN THE 9|11 ERA OF

 

    ANTI-PESTICIDE TERRORISM  …

 

 

 

THE CO-OPTED

 

ANTI-PESTICIDE VERSION

 

OF THE SO-CALLED

 

PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE

 

 

Absolutist, Misused, Vacuous

 

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

INVALIDATED

 

 

The Precautionary Principle was intended for use where science DOES NOT EXIST.

 

Such is NOT the case with pest control products  ―  Health Canada requires each new pest control product to go through a COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT of over TWO-HUNDRED SEPARATE TESTS and a REVIEW of all scientifically credible studies that exist to ensure that the product will NOT CAUSE HARM TO PEOPLE, ANIMALS OR THE ENVIRONMENT.

 

Nonetheless, the Precautionary Principle is CO-OPTED by Anti-Pesticide Activists to justify their position where SCIENCE-BASED ASSESSMENT does not support their JUNK-SCIENCE PHILOSOPHY.

 

Anti-Pesticide Activists have MIS-USED the Precautionary Principle TO SERVE THE AMBITIONS for COERCING Government Officials to IMPOSE PROHIBITION.

 

The Precautionary Principle is essentially VACUOUS, since « full scientific certainty » is IMPOSSIBLE.

 

With the Precautionary Principle, activists DO NOT HAVE TO PRESENT ANY EVIDENCE  …  they just have to say « harmful to the environment ».

 

The ABSOLUTIST INTERPRETATION of the Precautionary Principle is used by activists TO JUSTIFY ANY KIND OF REGULATORY INTERVENTION OR BAN.

 

Pest control products used in the Urban Landscape DO NOT QUALIFY for consideration under the Precautionary Principle.

 

It is IMPOSSIBLE to prove scientifically that pest control products  ―  or any substance, including water  ―  could CAUSE NO HARM to anyone or anything under ANY circumstances.

 

Pest control products used in the Urban Landscape ARE NOT SERIOUS ENOUGH TO REQUIRE ANY PROHIBITION.

 

They are SELECTIVE to pests, have LOW TOXICITY to non-target organisms, and ARE WELL UNDERSTOOD.

 

The effects of pest control products ARE NOT IRREVERSIBLE.

 

Their use IS NOT WIDESPREAD  ―  they represent LESS THAN 2 PER CENT of all active ingredients used in Canada.

 

 

 

FORCE OF NATURE — PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE — 2011 10 00 — WISDOM OF HOLLAND — PART 5 — CONCERNS ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-Precautionary-Principle-2011-10-00-Wisdom-of-Holland-Part-5-Concerns-pdf-300-dpi.pdf

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

There Is NO Growing Body of Evidence

 

 

Anti-Pesticide Activists ALLEGE that there is a so-called GROWING BODY OF EVIDENCE supporting a link between pest control products and certain types of cancers.

 

They are TOTALLY WRONG !

 

Pest control products cause NO HARM, including chronic effects such as CANCER.

 

Pest control products DO NOT CAUSE CANCER.

 

Only pest control products that DO NOT POSE AN UNACCEPTABLE RISK OF CANCER in humans are registered for use in Canada.

 

IRONICALLY  …  both Daffodil Production for Canadian Cancer Society and the Professional Lawn Care Industry use the SAME ingredients that are needed to control insect and weed pests. 

 

IRONICALLY  …  both the Agriculture Industry and the Modern Professional Lawn Care Industry use the SAME ingredients that are needed to control insect and weed pests. 

 

In fact, NO cause-and-effect relationship between pest control products and cancer has been established scientifically.

 

Since they have been INVALIDATED, Anti-Pesticide Activists invoke the so-called PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE.

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

CONCERNS

 

The Precautionary Principle is MIS-USED TO SERVE THE AMBITIONS of Environmental and Anti-Pesticide Activists.

 

The Precautionary Principle is essentially VACUOUS, since « full scientific certainty » is IMPOSSIBLE.

 

With the Precautionary Principle, activists DO NOT HAVE TO PRESENT ANY EVIDENCE  …  they just have to say « harmful to the environment ».

 

The ABSOLUTIST INTERPRETATION of the Precautionary Principle is used by activists TO JUSTIFY ANY KIND OF REGULATORY INTERVENTION OR BAN.

 

The Precautionary Principle rules AGAINST the PROHIBITION of pest control products, as human life, health, environment, and economy are of utmost concern.

 

Many cancers have DECREASED since the introduction of synthetic pest control products.

 

In the past 60 years, stomach cancer has DECLINED by 60 per cent, mostly because the doubling of the consumption of fruits and vegetables that require pest control products for their production  ―  eliminating the use of these products would subsequently INCREASE THE INCIDENCE OF CANCER.

 

 

FORCE OF NATURE — PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE — 2011 10 00 — WISDOM OF HOLLAND — PART 5 — CONCERNS ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-Precautionary-Principle-2011-10-00-Wisdom-of-Holland-Part-5-Concerns-pdf-300-dpi.pdf

 

 

MYTH-BUSTING  –  CANCER, THE MYTH OF ( Web-Page )

 

http://wp.me/P1jq40-2nl

 

 

MYTH-BUSTING  –  CANCER, THE MYTH OF  –  CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  –  NO DIRECT PROOF PESTICIDES CAUSE CANCER ( Web-Page )

 

http://wp.me/P1jq40-4qC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

How Many Layers Of Precaution Do You Need ?!?!

 

 

Nigel Bowles, Manager of the Saskatchewan Nursery Landscape Association, HAS EFFECTIVELY AND CONSISTENTLY SPOKEN OUT AGAINST ANTI-PESTICIDE TERRORISM.

 

There is NO PESTICIDE BAN in several jurisdiction in Western Canada thanks, in large part, to Mr. Bowles.

 

According to Mr. Bowles  −

 

We have to ask ourselves, how many layers of PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE do you put before everyone is satisfied that they do no harm ?

 

Our position is that HEALTH CANADA IS THE LEGAL REGULATORY AUTHORITY on the use of pest control products in Canada.

 

They are the authority that our members who use pest control products rely on so that the products we are using DO NOT CAUSE HEALTH ISSUES OR DETRIMENTAL TO THE ENVIRONMENT.

 

 

 

FORCE OF NATURE — SPEAKING OUT — 2012 08 04 — NIGEL BOWLES — SHOULD CITY BAN COSMETIC PESTICIDES — CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY — REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN ( Reports )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Force-Of-Nature-Speaking-Out-2012-08-04-Nigel-Bowles-Should-City-Ban-Cosmetic-Pesticides-CCS-Regina-Sask-pdf.pdf

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2012/09/21/regina-saskatchewan-pesticide-ban-speaking-out-against-canadian-cancer-society-nigel-bowles-health-canada-tests-ensure-safety-precautionary-principle-green-alternative-pesticid/

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

DOES NOT Apply to Pest Control Products

 

 

The Precautionary Principle was intended for use where science DOES NOT EXIST.

 

Such is NOT the case with pest control products  ―  Health Canada requires each new pest control product to go through a COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT of over TWO-HUNDRED SEPARATE TESTS and a REVIEW of all scientifically credible studies that exist to ensure that the product will NOT CAUSE HARM TO PEOPLE, ANIMALS OR THE ENVIRONMENT.

 

Nonetheless, the Precautionary Principle is CO-OPTED by Anti-Pesticide Activists to justify their position where SCIENCE-BASED ASSESSMENT does not support their JUNK-SCIENCE PHILOSOPHY.

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

CO-OPTED ANTI-PESTICIDE VERSION

 

 

Anti-Pesticide Activists have CO-OPTED A DIFFERENT VERSION of the Precautionary Principle.

 

The MORE WIDELY-ACCEPTED VERSION, called the Rio Declaration, actually states that a LACK OF FULL SCIENTIFIC CERTAINTY shall not be used as a reason for postponing cost-effective measures.

 

The CO-OPTED ANTI-PESTICIDE VERSION of the Precautionary Principle  …

 

…   is an ILLUSORY and UNATTAINABLE GOAL  ―  nothing is fully established scientifically, EVER  ―  science is a PERPETUAL ARGUMENT.

 

…  allowed itself to be applied to VIRTUALLY ANYTHING, for almost ANY REASON.

 

…  states that measures be taken even if CAUSE-AND-EFFECT relationships are not fully established scientifically.

 

The Precautionary Principle actually RULES AGAINST ENACTING THE PROHIBITION OF PEST CONTROL PRODUCTS, particularly as it applies to human health and well-being, as well as the environment.

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

Description of the CO-OPTED ANTI-PESTICIDE VERSION

 

 

The CO-OPTED ANTI-PESTICIDE VERSION of the Precautionary Principle states that if an action or policy might threaten to human health or the environment, precautionary measures should be taken even if the cause-and-effect relationships ARE NOT FULLY ESTABLISHED SCIENTIFICALLY. 

 

Presumably, the burden of proof falls on those Anti-Pesticide Cancer-Activists who would advocate taking the action.

 

In fact, the APPROVAL SYSTEM for pest control products USES A PRECAUTIONARY APPROACH that provides a STRINGENT STANDARD OF PROTECTION TO HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT.

 

 

FORCE OF NATURE — PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE — 2011 10 00 — WISDOM OF HOLLAND — PART 2 — DIFFERENT VERSIONS ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-Precautionary-Principle-2011-10-00-Wisdom-of-Holland-Part-2-Different-Versions-pdf-300-dpi.pdf

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

Reasons for Concocting the CO-OPTED ANTI-PESTICIDE VERSION

 

 

In fact, NO cause-and-effect relationship between pest control products and cancer has been established scientifically.

 

Because of this fact, Anti-Pesticide Organizations like Canadian-Cancer-Society invoke the so-called PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE.

 

Anti-Pesticide Organizations like Canadian-Cancer-Society CONSPIRE to PROHIBIT pest control products by TWISTING terms like « Precautionary Principle » !

 

Anti-Pesticide Organizations like Canadian-Cancer-Society attract MORE MEMBERS, MORE DONATIONS, and MORE MONEY by CONCOCTING the ENVIRO-VERSION of the Precautionary Principle. 

 

The CO-OPTED ANTI-PESTICIDE VERSION of the Precautionary Principle is another form of JUNK SCIENCE used by those Anti-Pesticide Cancer-Activists.

 

The CO-OPTED ANTI-PESTICIDE VERSION of the Precautionary Principle is used as another MALICIOUS WEAPON OF COERCION by Anti-Pesticide Cancer-Activists. 

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

INVALIDATION of the CO-OPTED ANTI-PESTICIDE VERSION

 

 

The use of pest control products in the urban landscape DOES NOT qualify for consideration under the so-called Precautionary Principle.

 

The ANTI-PESTICIDE-VERSION of the Precautionary Principle is VALUELESS and WORTHLESS.

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

History of the CO-OPTED ANTI-PESTICIDE VERSION

 

 

For years, the Anti-Pesticide Movement has UNOFFICIALLY CONCOCTED its own CO-OPTED ANTI-PESTICIDE VERSION of the PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE, which is actually called the Wingspread Statement  ―

 

When an activity raises threats of harm to human health or the environment, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically.

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

The VALID Version of the Principle

 

 

The OFFICIAL Precautionary Principle has been defined by the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro in 1992.

 

Where there are threats of SERIOUS OR IRREVERSIBLE DAMAGE, lack of full scientific certainty shall not be used as a reason for postponing cost-effective measures to prevent environmental degradation.

 

Conventional pest control products used by the Green Space Industry ARE NOT a threat for serious and irreversible damage.

 

 

FORCE OF NATURE — PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE — 2011 10 00 — WISDOM OF HOLLAND — PART 1 — SOLOMON ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-Precautionary-Principle-2011-10-00-Wisdom-of-Holland-Part-1-Solomon-pdf-300-dpi.pdf

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

The SCIENTIFIC ASSESSMENT of Pest Control Products

 

 

The APPROVAL SYSTEM for pest control products USES A PRECAUTIONARY APPROACH that provides a STRINGENT STANDARD OF PROTECTION TO HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT.

 

The APPROVAL SYSTEM for pest control products USES A PRECAUTIONARY APPROACH that provides a STRINGENT STANDARD OF PROTECTION TO HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT.

 

This PRECAUTIONARY APPROACH provides a significantly higher level of protection from RISK OF HARM.

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

The Wisdom of Solomon

 

 

The CO-OPTED ANTI-PESTICIDE VERSION of the Precautionary Principle has been INVALIDATED by TRUE EXPERTS like Professor Keith R. Solomon.

 

Professor Keith R. Solomon is an INTERNATIONALLY-RESPECTED TOXICOLOGIST.

 

Professor Solomon has received awards for his work in North America, South America, Europe, and at the United Nations.

 

He teaches toxicology at both the under-graduate and graduate level at the University of Guelph.

 

Professor Solomon has authored or co-authored hundreds of research articles and books. 

 

Professor Solomon serves on several advisory committees on matters related to environmental toxicology and risk assessment of pest control products and other substances in Canada, the U.S.A., Europe, and for the United Nations Environmental Program.

 

He is also the Chair of the Board of Directors for the Canadian Network of Toxicology Centres.

 

According to Professor Keith R. Solomon, Question and Answers about Landscape and Garden Pest Control Products, March 27th, 2007  ― 

 

Landscape and garden use of pest control products DOES NOT qualify for consideration under the Precautionary Principle.

 

They are NOT SERIOUS, they are SELECTIVE to pests, have LOW TOXICITY to non-target organisms, and are WELL UNDERSTOOD.

 

Their use is NOT widespread, less than 2 per cent of all active pesticide ingredients used in Canada are for landscape uses and the land area to which they are applied is small.

 

The effects of these pest control products are NOT IRREVERSIBLE.

 

There is RAPID RECOVERY through re-invasion and weed seeds and most need to be used at least once per season.

 

 

 

FORCE OF NATURE — PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE — 2011 10 00 — WISDOM OF HOLLAND — PART 1 — SOLOMON ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-Precautionary-Principle-2011-10-00-Wisdom-of-Holland-Part-1-Solomon-pdf-300-dpi.pdf

 

 

THE WISDOM OF SOLOMONS, KEITH R. AND SANDRA ( Web-Page )

 

http://wp.me/P1jq40-1Lk

 

 

THE WISDOM OF SOLOMON, KEITH R.  –   BRITISH COLUMBIA SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON COSMETIC PESTICIDES  –  2011 11 08 ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-Cancer-2011-11-08-Wisdom-of-Solomons-BC-Special-Committee-on-Cosmetic-Pesticides-pdf-300-dpi.pdf

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

The Wisdom of British House of Commons Committee 

 

 

The CO-OPTED ANTI-PESTICIDE VERSION of the Precautionary Principle has been INTERNATIONALLY INVALIDATED.

 

The Precautionary Principle has been explained by the prestigious British House of Commons Select Committee on Science and Technology, which was stated that  …

 

[ … ]  the term « precautionary principle »  SHOULD NOT BE USED, and [ we ] recommend that it cease to be included in policy guidance.

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

More Wisdom from British House of Commons Committee 

 

 

Also, according to the British House of Commons Select Committee on Science and Technology  ―

 

In our view, the terms « precautionary principle » and « precautionary approach » in isolation from any such clarification have been the subject of such confusion and different interpretations as to be devalued and of little practical help, particularly in public debate. 

 

Indeed, without such clarification and explanation, to elevate the precautionary approach or principle to a scientific methodology, which can be proved or disproved to have been applied in any particular case, is both unrealistic and impractical. 

 

It also provides ammunition for those seeking to promote an overly cautious approach to innovation or exposure to any risk at all.

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

The Wisdom of Nigel Bowles

 

 

According to Mr. Nigel Bowles is Manager of the Saskatchewan Nursery Landscape Association  ―

 

It’s a well-known tactic for invoking the « precautionary principle », which sounds plausible in theory, but LESS SO IN PRACTICE.

 

Curiously, Canadian Cancer Society HAS NO PROBLEM WITH PEST-CONTROL PRODUCTS BEING USED BY AGRICULTURE  ―  just don’t use them on our lawns or gardens, it says !

 

 

 

ORGANIZATION  –  CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  –  WANTS TO ANNIHILATE THE AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY  –  ENVIRO-TERRORISTS UNMASKED  –  JERILYNN MAKI — KAMLOOPS, BRITISH COLUMBIA  –  2012 06 12 ( Reports )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-Enviro-Terrorists-UNMASKED-2012-06-12-Canadian-Cancer-Society-Maki-Agriculture-Kamloops-BC-pdf.pdf

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2012/06/19/canadian-cancer-society-wants-to-annihilate-the-agriculture-industry-jerilynn-maki-kamloops-british-columbia-2012-06-12/

 

 

 

Nigel Bowles is Manager of the Saskatchewan Nursery Landscape Association. 

 

Nigel Bowles, Manager of the Saskatchewan Nursery Landscape Association, HAS EFFECTIVELY AND CONSISTENTLY SPOKEN OUT AGAINST ANTI-PESTICIDE TERRORISM.

 

There are VICTORIES AGAINST PESTICIDE BANS IN WESTERN CANADA, thanks, in large part, to Mr. Bowles.

 

Mr. Bowles is among several LEADING EXPERTS who have recognized expertise, training and background on the subject of public policy and pest control products. 

 

In letters to the editor and public forums across Western Canada, Mr. Bowles has EFFECTIVELY AND CONSISTENTLY SPOKEN OUT against activists and anti-pesticide prohibitions on a very frequent basis. 

 

Mr. Bowles SPEAKS THE TRUTH  ―  and deserves CONGRATULATION.

 

 

 

FORCE OF NATURE — SPEAKING OUT — 2012 08 04 — NIGEL BOWLES — SHOULD CITY BAN COSMETIC PESTICIDES — CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY — REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN ( Reports )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Force-Of-Nature-Speaking-Out-2012-08-04-Nigel-Bowles-Should-City-Ban-Cosmetic-Pesticides-CCS-Regina-Sask-pdf.pdf

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2012/09/21/regina-saskatchewan-pesticide-ban-speaking-out-against-canadian-cancer-society-nigel-bowles-health-canada-tests-ensure-safety-precautionary-principle-green-alternative-pesticid/

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

The Wisdom of Petelle

 

 

Certain groups call for restrictions on the use of pest control products based on the PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE, but what they fail to recognize is that THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE IS THE FOUNDATION FOR CANADA’S REG-ULATORY SYSTEM.

 

The primary objective of the Pest Control Products Act ( PCPA ) is  …

 

… to prevent unacceptable risks to people and the environment from the use of pest control products.

 

The Pest Control Products Act is INHERENTLY PRECAUTIONARY with its required pre-market assessments and prevention of unacceptable risks.

 

The Pest Control Products Act also APPLIES A PRECAUTIONARY APPROACH by requiring that all currently registered products undergo periodic re-evaluations to ensure they continue to meet modern scientific standards.

 

 

Pierre Petelle is the Vice-President of Chemistry at CropLife Canada.

 

Petelle is responsible for helping to secure legislation, regulation and policy that encourage science and industry innovation, forging alliances with stake-holder groups to advance common positions and continuing to ensure lifecycle stewardship of pest control products.

 

Petelle’s work in representing Canada’s plant science industry also includes increasing the awareness, understanding and acceptance of the benefits, safety and sustainability of plant science innovations.

 

Prior to joining CropLife Canada, Petelle held the position of Section Head of Policy at Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency where he worked with a broad group of stake-holders on a wide range of issues important to Canada’s plant science industry.

 

Petelle has also worked in the structural pest control industry and holds degrees in Biology and Agriculture.

 

CropLife Canada is the trade association representing the manufacturers, developers and distributors of plant science innovations  —  pest control products and plant biotechnology — for use in agriculture, urban and public health settings.

 

 

 

FORCE OF NATURE — PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE — 2012 08 00 — SPEAKING OUT — PIERRE PETELLE — SCIENCE SHOULD DICTATE POLICIES ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-Precautionary-Principle-2012-08-00-Speaking-Out-Pierre-Petelle-Science-Should-Dictate-Policies-pdf-300-dpi1.pdf

 

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

PROHIBITION IS NOT NECESSARY

 

 

The Precautionary Principle actually dictates that

pest control products NOT BE PROHIBITED

 

Anti-Pesticide Activists have MIS-USED the Precautionary Principle as one of their main tools for convincing governments to enact Anti-Pesticide PROHIBITION.

 

Pest control products used in the Urban Landscape DO NOT qualify for consideration under the Precautionary Principle.

 

It is IMPOSSIBLE to prove scientifically that pest control products  ―  or any substance, including water­  ―  could NEVER harm anything or anyone under ANY circumstances.

 

Pest control products used in the Urban Landscape are NOT SERIOUS, they are SELECTIVE to pests, have LOW TOXICITY to non-target organisms, and are WELL UNDERSTOOD.

 

Their use is NOT widespread  ―  it is less than 2 per cent of all active ingredients used in Canada.

 

The effects of these pest control products are NOT IRREVERSIBLE.

 

 

FORCE OF NATURE — PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE — 2011 10 00 — WISDOM OF HOLLAND — PART 1 — SOLOMON ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-Precautionary-Principle-2011-10-00-Wisdom-of-Holland-Part-1-Solomon-pdf-300-dpi.pdf

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

Slipping Injuries On Playing Surfaces

 

 

The Precautionary Principle actually dictates that pest control products PREVENT slipping injuries.

 

Pesticide-Free Maintenance creates HAZARDOUS conditions in sports turf.

 

On sports turf, safety considerations also influence decisions to use pest control products because bare areas, or large weedy patches, can increase the SLIPPING HAZARD.

 

The Precautionary Principle dictates that pest control products SHOULD NOT BE PROHIBITED.

 

With the choice between treating and not treating, the decision for proper weed control must be made.

 

Proper weed control on turf helps PREVENT SLIPPING INJURIES by eliminating broad-leaved weeds.

 

Appealing, well-maintained, and pest-free neighbourhood green spaces increase the public’s sense of safety, and increase the desire for outdoor activities.

 

 

FORCE OF NATURE — PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE — 2011 10 00 — WISDOM OF HOLLAND — PART 3 — SLIPPING INJURIES ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-Precautionary-Principle-2011-10-00-Wisdom-of-Holland-Part-3-Slipping-Injuries-pdf-300-dpi.pdf

 

 

 

The Precautionary Principle

 

DOES NOT Apply to the Agriculture Industry

 

 

Pest control products CANNOT BE PROHIBITED in agriculture.

 

ANY RESTRICTION on the use of pest control products would result in a SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTION IN HARVESTS and a related SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE IN FOOD COSTS, LACK OF AFFORDABLE FOOD, HUGE INCREASES IN STARVATION, and tens of thousands of additional DEATHS among the poor of the world.

 

Even if you could use all the organic material that you have  ―  the animal manures, the human waste, the plant residues  ―  and get them back on the soil, YOU COULD NOT FEED MORE THAN FOUR BILLION PEOPLE.

 

If all agriculture were organic, you would have to INCREASE CROP-LAND AREA DRAMATICALLY, spreading out into marginal areas and cutting down millions of acres of forests.

 

Organic farming  ―  with no use of conventional pest control products  ―  CANNOT MATCH THE PRODUCTION OF CONVENTIONAL FARMING.

 

Organic farming is INCAPABLE of feeding the entire world.

 

The Precautionary Principle weighs even more strongly AGAINST the PROHIBITION of AGRICULTURAL pest control products.

 

The Precautionary Principle would clearly and strongly dictate that agricultural pest control products NOT BE BANNED.

 

 

FORCE OF NATURE — PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE — 2011 10 00 — WISDOM OF HOLLAND — PART 4 — FOOD CARNAGE — ORGANIC FARMING ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-Precautionary-Principle-2011-10-00-Wisdom-of-Holland-Part-4-Food-CARNAGE-Organic-Farming-pdf.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Precautionary Principle  –  INVALIDATED Weapon of Coercion

The NORAHG Library of Force Of Nature Reports

 

 

 

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2012 11 20 — UNMASKED — Conflation Of Advocacy With Science — Kabat — pdf — 300 dpi

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2012 08 00 — Speaking Out — Pierre Petelle — Science Should Dictate Policies — pdf — 300 dpi

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2011 10 00 — Wisdom of Holland — Part 1 — Solomon — pdf — 300 dpi

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2011 10 00 — Wisdom of Holland — Part 2 — Different Versions — pdf — 300 dpi

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2011 10 00 — Wisdom of Holland — Part 3 — Slipping Injuries — pdf — 300 dpi

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2011 10 00 — Wisdom of Holland — Part 4 — Food CARNAGE — Organic Farming — pdf

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2011 10 00 — Wisdom of Holland — Part 5 — Concerns — pdf — 300 dpi

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2011 09 08 — Letter to the Editor — Eshpeter — Beaumont, Alberta — RESPONSE 1 — pdf

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2011 09 08 — Letter to the Editor — Eshpeter — Beaumont, Alberta — RESPONSE 2 — pdf

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2010 06 22 — VICTORY AGAINST TERRORISTS — Invalidated — Revelstoke, BC — pdf

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2010 03 17 — Lying Sack of Cwap — Canadian Cancer Society — pdf — 150 dpi

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2010 01 21 — CARD — Stepladders — Canadian Cancer Society — pdf — 300 dpi

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2010 01 12 & 26 — VICTORY AGAINST TERRORISTS — Vernon, BC — pdf

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2009 12 28 — BC Prohibition — Stepladders — Canadian Cancer Society (Maniac Version) — pdf

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2009 12 28 — BC Prohibition — Stepladders — Canadian Cancer Society — pdf

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2009 11 27 — CARD — Canadian Cancer Society — Donations — Millionaires — pdf

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2009 11 23 — British Columbia Conspiracy — Seely — Bell — Burrows — Carnage — pdf

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2009 11 17 — CARD — Bees — Canadian Cancer Society — pdf — 300 dpi

Force Of Nature — Precautionary Principle — 2009 11 00 — Wisdom of Holland — Part 2 — Science & Fact — Solomon — pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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