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GM Watch attacks Mark Lynas for alleged connections to agriculture giant Monsanto

GM Watch, a prominent anti-GMO organization, has called out Mark Lynas, British journalist and supporter of genetically modified food, for ...

Anti-GM NGO supports Union of Concerned Scientists in spat over science credos

The magazine "Boston Review" has published in its September issue "a forum" on GM crops. The "forum" kicked off with ...
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Food fight: GM Watch pointedly criticizes GMO reporting by Grist’s Johnson

Claire Robinson | 
In response to Grist's Nathanael Johnson, GM Watch continues the debate over the safety of GMOs ...

U-turn on GM in Turkey

Turkey's Food and Beverage Associations Federation (TGDF) has withdrawn applications to import 29 genetically modified (GM) food items due to ...

GM labeling debate goes to Germany: WWF demands action on GM soy

Although genetically modified food is banned in Germany, nearly all the eggs, chicken and pork produced here is based on ...

Complaint against EU authorisation of GM soybeans

Several organisations such as the European Network of Scientists for Social and Environmental Responsibility (ENSSER) are filing a complaint against ...

Safety fears over use of GM animals

Sean Poulter | 
The first step towards approving the use of genetically modified animals to make so-called ‘Frankenstein foods’ has been unveiled by ...

India: Maharashtra may ban Monsanto’s Bt cotton

Rahul Wadke | 
Maharashtra’s Minister for Agriculture, Mr Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil, told Business Line that the State Government was left with no other ...

Foodies mobilize against effort to speed GM approvals

Carolyn Lockheed | 
Buried in the House Agriculture Committee's farm bill, approved yesterday after a 15-hour markup, is a provision that will speed ...

GM canola contamination leads to court showdown

Sean Murphy | 
Australia's system of organic certification will come under intense scrutiny when two neighbouring farmers do battle in the Western Australian ...

Expert warns of illegal GM papaya on EU market

Food Navigator are reporting a warning from Richard Werran of the GM testing firm Cert ID that a wave of ...

New GM industry push in the UK

BBC Radio 4 reported in its headlines this morning that the Agriculture Biotechnology Council had published a new report "Going ...

Brazil and GMO trees

"Much of the research on GE trees in Brazil is focused on eucalyptus trees, which are being engineered for faster ...

GM-feed may harm animals’ reproduction

Russian scientists have proven the existence of very serious health risks for animals given genetically modified (GM) feed. This statement ...

Is adoption of Bt cotton an indicator of its success?

Kavitha Kuruganti | 
Very often, it is argued by biotech proponents and others that the very adoption of Bt cotton in India is ...

GM has not delivered , says US AgResource head

Suzie Home | 
GM has not delivered the yield benefits that were expected while higher seed costs eat into returns. "GM is a ...

GM industry all wet about drought tolerant crops

Doug Gurian-Sherman | 
How we deal with losses from drought-the single largest cause of crop loss-and the growing and unsustainable demand for clean ...

Mexican farmers block Monsanto law

Progressive small farmer organizations in Mexico scored a victory over transnational corporations that seek to monopolize seed and food patents ...

Seeds of doubt over GM wheat

The field trial of GM spring wheat has raised questions about the technology and the intentions of the researchers. Research ...

GM wheat trial promises fiery TV debate

Phillip Case | 
Campaigners are set to lock horns with the scientists behind the GM wheat trial at Rothamsted Research in a live ...

GM corn and sick honey bees – what’s the link?

No farmer in their right mind wants to poison pollinators. When I spoke with one Iowa corn farmer in January ...