16 thoughts on “Pesticides in Kenya kill birds

  1. Judge rejects farm workers’ claim

    US: A Los Angeles Superior Court judge dismissed a lawsuit brought by nearly 3,000 Filipino workers claiming injury from pesticide exposure while working for the Dole Food Company.

    The plaintiffs said they were exposed to the pesticides at banana plantations more than 30 years ago. The pesticides have since been banned by the Environmental Protection Agency and classified as a probable human carcinogen.


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