Bioscience Resource Project collaborates with anti-GMO activists and promotes anti-GMO, anti-pesticide and anti-conventional agriculture claims through their “Independent Science News” website.
Alex Jones is a radio host and media personality known for the Alex Jones Show and InfoWars.com, both known for spreading conspiracy theories and fake news, including about genetically modified food and modern agriculture.
Despite every other major health agency, including three others at the World Health Organization, finding glyphosate does not cause cancer, IARC continues to stand behind its controversial claim.
Primatologist has stirred controversy because of her vocal opposition to crop biotechnology, and more recently, CRISPR gene editing, and her promotion of what many scientists say is quack science.
“It’s so disappointing that they are so wrong on genetically modified organisms,” wrote Harvard microbiologist Kevin Bonham about UCS, reflecting the general concern among scientists that it simplistically criticizes conventional agriculture.
David Suzuki gained international fame from his science media shows. He’s since become an environmental activist promoting chemophobia and anti-GMO views.
Organic industry funded non-profit now certifies almost 30,000 products as GMO free, including salt, which contains no DNA.