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Can next-generation agriculture become a climate change solution — rather than a carbon generator?

Can next-generation agriculture become a climate change solution — rather than a carbon generator?

Joe Funk | 
Carbon farming includes a variety of agricultural methods aimed at sequestering atmospheric carbon into the soil. These farming practices can ...
3 key ways to turn agricultural biotechnology skeptics into science advocates

3 key ways to turn agricultural biotechnology skeptics into science advocates

Sonja Begemann | 
Activist groups around the world are still fighting against GMOs, despite what has now been more than 20 years of ...
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Public will accept CRISPR if they trust scientists who develop the technology, sociologist says

Carmen Bain | 
As a sociologist who studies food and agriculture, I’m frequently asked whether the public is going to accept gene-edited foods ...
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US revising GMO, gene editing rules to ensure health and environmental safety, protect innovation

Fan-Li Chou, Marcel Bruins | 
.... More than 30 years have passed since the three federal agencies that deal with agricultural products of biotechnology — ...
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Vermont: First US state to mandate its own GMO crop regulations

Michelle Klieger | 
On June 17, 2019, Vermont Governor Phil Scott signed a new law, which creates a committee to review new genetically-engineered ...
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