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UN report warning of ‘disappearing’ biodiversity raises unjustified alarms about food security, agronomist argues

Contrepoints | 
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has just published a voluminous report, The State of the World ‘s Biodiversity for ...
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Viewpoint: The public loses when a ‘prestigious’ journal such as Nature indulges in political activism

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Is this really about science, or is something else going on here? ...
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Viewpoint: Questioning Nature’s publication of anti-glyphosate letter

Genetic Literacy Project | 
On March 21, 2018, Nature published a letter by French journalists Stéphane Foucart and Stéphane Horel, “Risks associated with glyphosate ...
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Genetically modified plant could make cheaper malaria drugs. Will anti-GMO activists oppose it?

European Scientist | 
A team of mainly Chinese researchers [recently published] “The Genome of Artemisia annua Provides Insight into the Evolution of Asteraceae ...
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Viewpoint: North American scientists, IARC officials conspired to misrepresent glyphosate health risks

Genetic Literacy Project | 
On March 20, 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) announced that it had classified glyphosate, the active substance ...
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Bayer’s proposed takeover of Monsanto has GMO critics taking aspirin

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Politicians and activists have been speaking out against Bayer's acquisition of Monsanto. Should consumers and farmers worry about the increasing ...

Europe’s battle over glyphosate ‘was never about science’

EurActiv | 
André Heitz is an agronomist and a former international civil servant for the United Nations. . . . [T]he European Commission ...

Glyphosate controversy never about science but rather ‘activist’s war on Big Ag’

EurActiv | 
. . . [W]hat exactly makes glyphosate such a controversial issue? One must look no further than the . ...