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Viewpoint: Challenging the hypocrisy of GMO critic Carey Gillam

Stephan Neidenbach | 
Carey Gillam is a former journalist for Reuters, and is currently the research director for US Right to Know (US ...

6 things agroecology can do for farming and the environment

Agroecology has returned to the global spotlight, as one approach to bring farmers closer to meeting challenges [like rising food ...
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Why are all Roundup-cancer lawsuits filed in the US?

Michael Stiles | 
The unique conditions present in the U.S. led to the filing of more than 8,000 court claims alleging the use ...
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Viewpoint: Consumers Union calls Zen Honeycutt ‘a loon,’ but still promotes her anti-GMO message

Stephan Neidenbach | 
Michael Hansen is a senior scientist for Consumers Union, the consumer advocacy group that publishes Consumer Reports. He has also been fighting ...
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Biotech crops could soften impact of climate change, Gates Foundation says

Nick Austin | 
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) just released its 2018 State of Food Security and Nutrition in the ...
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Lessons learned from Twitter GMO debates with David Crosby and other celebrities

Stephan Neidenbach | 
When we are passionate about a topic, it is natural for us to become overly emotional when someone gets it ...

What is a GMO? That’s a question with many answers

Stephan Neidenbach | 
Nothing seems to upset those arguing about GMOs more than debating the definition of the term “GMO” itself. Most proponents ...
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Viewpoint: Trying to make smart food choices? Ignore what celebrities say about GMOs

Michael Stebbins | 
Studies have confirmed that people are more likely to believe celebrities and politicians over scientists when it comes to medical advice ...

Former Monsanto CTO Robb Fraley: Here’s why GMO labels deceive consumers

Robb Fraley | 
Imagine that some enterprising souls in the U.S. decide one day that shoes are bad, and begin drumming up support and ...
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Viewpoint: Stonyfield Organic enlisted ‘rapid response team’ of academics to ‘scare people’ about GMOs

Stephan Neidenbach | 
2015 was the peak of the GMO labeling debate. Bills were being thrown around at both the state and federal ...

Impossible Foods exec: Environmentalist opponents are on ‘wrong side of history’

Rachel Konrad | 
For more than a year, the nongovernmental organization Friends of the Earth (FOE) has been trying to malign and defame ...
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Impossible Foods: Friends of the Earth is ‘anti-science fundamentalist’ group

Rachel Konrad | 
For more than a year, the non-governmental organization Friends of the Earth (FOE) has been trying to malign and defame ...
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Viewpoint: How the organic industry spreads ‘fake science’

Stephan Neidenbach | 
This fact sheet describes the contents of an organic industry confidential public relations plan to spread fake science in its promotion. In ...
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Can the Impossible Burger reverse the anti-GMO trend?

Stephen Lamb | 
With today’s environment of anti-GMO fearmongering, marketing, and mandatory labeling, who would have guessed that there would be so many think pieces on Impossible’s White Castle launch with hardly any mention of the ...
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Viewpoint: 6 reasons to reject the Environmental Working Group’s misinformation on food and pesticides

Kevin Folta | 
1. It creates a false sense of food risk where next to none exists. They are not a testing organization. They ...
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‘Well Fed’: Dutch documentary challenges rich countries’ anti-GMO views

Mary Mangan | 
A trip to Bangladesh with your friends might be a great idea, but that won’t be possible for everyone. But ...
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Viewpoint: What happened to Russian ‘Factor GMO’ study—and why aren’t journalists covering it?

Mary Mangan | 
In late 2014, with fanfare and a multi-lingual press conference, a group centered in Russia hacked the food media with ...
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Viewpoint: Our ancestors played ‘genetic roulette’ in crop breeding while modern genetic engineering is ‘controlled and conservative’

Michael Eisen | 
[A]s much as human history is the history of agriculture, it’s also the history of genetic modification of plants, animals ...
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Fish genes in tomatoes? The GMO lie that just won’t die

Mary Mangan | 
Editor's note: Mary Mangan, Ph.D., received her education in microbiology, immunology, plant cell biology, and mammalian cell, developmental, and molecular biology ...
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Scientist raised next to sugarcane farm where controlled burning rampant explains ecological benefits of GMO sugar beets

Layla Katiraee | 
In the early 90s, I lived in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, known for music, art, and its green Valle del Turbio. This ...

Infographic: Why single out GMOs—one of many forms of crop modification—for labeling?

Layla Katiraee | 
[Editor's note: Layla Katiraee is a scientist at Integrated DNA Technologies. She has a PhD in molecular genetics with a ...
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Green Line: Why plant scientists need to talk about climate change impacts on farming

Kevin Folta | 
[Editor’s note: Kevin Folta is a molecular biologist and chair of the horticultural sciences department at the University of Florida.] As a molecular ...
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Worries over CRISPR gene editing’s unintended mutations appear to be overhyped

Gaetan Burgio | 
[Recently,] a short communication came out in Nature methods on off targets (OT) effects following CRISPR/Cas9 editing into the mouse ...
ancestry under fire from privacy defenders for owning data from your genetic test

Joel Winston | 
Don’t use the AncestryDNA testing service without actually reading the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. According to these ...
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‘Organic civil war’: Do advocates care about promoting food security and sustainability?

Stephan Neidenbach | 
Last June [2016] Stephanie Strom, reporting for the New York Times, broke the story about how Whole Foods had upset organic ...
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Merchants of doubt: US Right to Know’s latest smear targets public-service-focused Canadian scientist

Kevin Folta | 
A familiar pattern is emerging, and if you love science and respect scientists it should give you chills. This week ...
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Conventional (GMOs) vs organic farming: Which is better for animals and the environment?

Iida Ruishalme | 
[Editor's note: Iida Ruishalme is a writer and a science communicator from Sweden who holds a M.Sc. in Biology.] I ...

Chipotle fumbles science in attempt to justify its anti-GMO stance

Stephan Neidenbach | 
[Editor's note: Stephan Neidenbach is a middle school teacher and blogger. He runs the popular We Loves GMO and Vaccines Facebook ...