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Viewpoint: How biotech crops, lab-grown meat and other food innovations could jump start post-COVID economic recovery

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COVID-19 threatens to slow or halt agricultural innovation in the US by exacerbating the decline in public R&D and threatening ...
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Viewpoint: Regenerative agriculture—An oversold sustainability solution to climate change?

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Over the past six months, major food companies, like General Mills, Danone North America, Kellogg, and others, have launched efforts ...
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Infographic: Eliminating synthetic fertilizer won’t solve agriculture’s nitrogen pollution problem

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The proposed solution is worse than the problem it hopes to solve ...
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Podcast: Land use for animal agriculture has declined 140 million hectares since 2000. Can we keep this ‘livestock revolution’ alive?

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We're often told raising animals for food takes a devastating toll on the environment, consuming ever more natural resources, hastening ...
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