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Climate change, COVID-19 and GMOs: When should the public trust expert opinion?

In the midst of the current crisis over the coronavirus pandemic, we often face decisions about the extent to which ...
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Climate change could increase productive farmland more than 30%—and boost carbon emissions 177 gigatons

Future farming in regions that were previously unsuitable for agriculture could significantly impact biodiversity, water resources, and greenhouse gas emissions ...
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How synthetic biology in farming could slow climate change: ‘Supercharged’ photosynthesis, increased CO2 storage and more are in the works

Efforts to improve the genetics of food crops are as old as agriculture .... but synthetic biology techniques, including CRISPR-Cas9 ...
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With 92% of U.S. corn coming from GMO plants, farmers see yield boom despite severe flooding

Under pressure from soggy fields, late planting and bouts of early winter weather, American corn and soy plants proved resilient ...
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Could genetic engineering be a valued tool against climate change?

How can genetic engineering help against climate change? By many, many ways, but only if we let it ...
3 ways GMO rice could improve world but tech hurdles and anti-GMO protests block way

3 ways GMO rice could improve world but tech hurdles and anti-GMO protests block way

New GMO varieties of rice could improve nutrition, cut potentially dangerous arsenic levels and help combat climate change, but activist ...