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How anti-GMO activists use monarch butterflies as ideological pawn

The anti-GMO movement blames GMOs on the decline of the monarch butterfly, but the problem is more complicated--the result of ...
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China’s rejection of GMO “contaminated” alfalfa–Biotech failure or global politics?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
In 2014, China rejected imports of alfalfa from the US that contained trace amounts of GE material. Activists reacted with ...

Anti-GMO sociologists mute attacks on biotech, urge greater sensitivity to cultural impacts

Genetic Literacy Project | 
At the National Research Council's public webinar on GM crops, three sociologists, known for their concerns about the cultural impact ...
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