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FOIA: For $100,000 Charles Benbrook offered to ‘ramrod’ ‘independent’ anti-GMO research for Australian activists

Colin Beetles | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  Exposure of a private email ...
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Who’s who? ‘David and Goliath’ roles mixed up in West Australian Marsh v Baxter case

Colin Bettles | 
In West Australia's landmark GMO battle, Steve Marsh's supporters portrayed him as David, the lone organic farmer about to lose ...
Australian Supreme Court refuses GM injunction

Australian Supreme Court refuses GM injunction

The Supreme Court has refused to grant an injunction preventing Western Australian farmer Mike Baxter from planting genetically modified (GM) ...

U.K. envoy champions GM crops

Colin Bettles | 
The following is an excerpt. Community attitudes towards cropping biotechnology are shifting in the European region, where resistance has been ...

UK envoy champions GM crops

Colin Bettles | 
The following is an excerpt. Community attitudes towards cropping biotechnology are shifting in the European region, where resistance has been ...

GM crops defended

Colin Bettles | 
The following is an edited excerpt. Professor Wayne Parrott says those who oppose crop-biotechnology based on anti-science views should spend ...

Using genetics to bust herbicide resistance in weeds

The following is an excerpt. Herbicide resistance in weed species is one of the roadblocks to increased cereal yields and ...

GM proponents face litigation

Colin Bettles | 
Litigation threats are forcing biotechnology campaigner Bill Crabtree to rethink his approach to the controversial topic, and call for greater ...
Australian debate over Seralini paper continues

Australian debate over Seralini paper continues

Colin Bettles | 
The Australian anti-GMO NGO Safe Food Foundation has reaffirmed its support for the much-derided Seralini paper in the wake of ...

Greenpeace will keep fighting GM

Colin Bettles, Louis Andrews | 
Greenpeace has vowed to continue campaigning against genetically modified (GM) crops in Australia, despite backlash from the farming and scientific ...

GM benefits are plain to see, comments GM supporter

David Leyonhjelm | 
IF CROP biotechnology had not been available to the 15.4 million farmers using it in 2010, maintaining global food production ...