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Agriculture Plowing Tractors

Want fewer pandemics? Intensify agriculture to combat hunger—the root cause of disease spread

Breakthrough Institute | 
A number of activists and opinion writers have recently argued that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, can be traced ...

Viewpoint: Regenerative agriculture—An oversold sustainability solution to climate change?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Over the past six months, major food companies, like General Mills, Danone North America, Kellogg, and others, have launched efforts ...
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Viewpoint: Intensive ‘industrial’ agriculture boosts farm productivity, promotes environmental sustainability

Genetic Literacy Project | 
It's important to be honest about the benefits of farm consolidation if we value keeping food prices low, combating climate ...
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What can ‘selfish genes’ found in kombucha tea tell us about how humanity has evolved?

Kansas City University Radio | 
For all of kombucha’s peace and love image, research at the Stowers Institute in Kansas City shows some rather sinister ...

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