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Disaster interrupted: Which farming system better preserves insect populations: Organic or conventional?

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A three-year run of fragmentary Armageddon-like studies had primed the journalism pumps and settled the media framing about the future ...
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Are we facing an ‘Insect Apocalypse’ caused by ‘intensive, industrial’ farming and agricultural chemicals? The media say yes; Science says ‘no’

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The media call it the “Insect Apocalypse”. In the past three years, the phrase has become an accepted truth of ...

What’s ‘race’ got to do with it? Most of sub-Saharan Africa emerges as coronavirus ‘cold spot’, which may offer clues to finding COVID-19 vaccine

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Do diseases discriminate on the basis of 'race'—or their genetic population, using more precise terminology? On the surface, this may ...
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No, we aren’t losing all of our honeybees. And neonicotinoid seed coatings aren’t driving their health problems—here’s why

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The meme targeting neonics with the not-all-that vulnerable honeybee as their symbol is a powerful fund-raising tool for activists ...
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GLP’s Global Gene Editing Regulation Tracker and Index: Will politicians embrace innovation or fear?

We hope this gene editing regulation tracker and index will encourage science-based scrutiny and advocacy ...
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GMO sustainability advantage? Glyphosate spurs no-till farming, preserving soil carbon

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Skeptics of GMOs decry the growing practice of no-till farming and its connection to herbicide-tolerant crops. Yet, agronomists say good ...
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Global consensus finds neonicotinoids not driving honeybee health problems. Why is Europe determined to ban them?

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Why is Europe allowing what has been called 'a bizarrely one-sided piece of politicized science' to determine agricultural policy? ...

Podcast: Glyphosate, cancer and ‘corporate conspiracies’–“Regulatory capture” by anti-science activists in the Roundup controversy

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Our useful threat-detection instinct has been warped into a serious handicap as we attempt to evaluate risks to our health ...
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The world faces ‘pollinator collapse’? How and why the media get the science wrong time and again

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With neither the facts nor the science on their side, environmental advocacy groups are simply pounding the table ...
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Viewpoint: Guardian (UK) ‘Toxic America’ series: Anti-chemical activism masquerades as science journalism

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So far, they’ve published no article by or in-depth interview with an actual scientist ...

How NPR, Washington Post, Bloomberg and other media botched reporting on EPA’s ‘ban’ of 12 ‘bee-killing’ neonicotinoid insecticides

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If headlines are the measure, groups claiming bees are endangered by misuse of pesticides just scored a significant victory ...
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Viewpoint: Glyphosate harms bees? Anti-biotech campaigners attempt to revive debunked myth blaming world’s most used herbicide

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"The honeybee is in no way endangered. If there’s a top ten list of what’s killing honey bee colonies, I’d ...

‘Regenerative’ is the new buzz word in agriculture. Does the sustainability hype match reality?

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The goal should be sustainability, not trying to advance an ideology ...
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Fresh from European ban victory, anti-chemical activists turn their sights on Canada, targeting neonicotinoid pesticides as a ‘bee killer’

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There is an inevitable consequence when technically inexpert politicians and politically-influenced bureaucrats allow public policy to be driven by dogmatic ...

Latest ecological fake news scare: Like the ‘honeybee armageddon’ narrative, pesticide-driven ‘insect-pocalypse’ claim is collapsing

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The 'bee-pocalypse' was an exaggerated fiction grounded in genuine concerns. The 'insect-pocalypse' is more of the same ...
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With the ‘bee crisis’ fading and European farmers fearing an insect invasion, EU’s neonicotinoid ban fiasco stumbles into the New Year

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The future of a controversial agricultural pesticide remains in limbo, thanks to scientific uncertainty and political malfeasance ...
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Podcast: Jon Entine, Kevin Folta, Perry Hackett on how gene editing could dampen the partisan GMO divide

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How do you win over people who view crop biotechnology and corporate influence as threats? One answer may be gene ...
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Podcast: GLP’s Jon Entine on the spread of ‘chemophobia’

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Chemicals are used to grow, process, preserve and package our food, and are ubiquitous in many products and in our ...
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Viewpoint: As global honeybee population increases, activists blame neonicotinoid pesticides for ‘bird-pocalypse’ that’s not happening

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Are we in the midst of another bout of unfounded environmentalist-fueled exaggerations—this time about birds becoming extinct because of pesticide ...
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Cheese: The GMO food die-hard GMO opponents love, but don’t want to label

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In cheese production, the need to use traditional rennet obtained from calf stomachs has largely been removed because of a ...
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Viewpoint: Chemophobia epidemic—Fanning fears about trace chemicals obscures real risks and ‘damages public health’

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When is a chemical dangerous? This is not a question we consciously ask ourselves much, but in fact, we interrogate ...
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‘Gold standard’ assessing neonicotinoids: Field bee hive studies find pesticides not major source of health issues

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Some lab studies but almost no field ones suggest neonicotinoid pesticides are harming bee health. Why is there such a ...

Canada’s suspect move to phase out neonicotinoids to ‘protect bees’ sets stage for US regulatory battle

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Canada’s PMRA—its environmental regulatory agency, part of HealthCanada—rolled out for public comment its tentative decision to phase out almost all ...
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How John Oliver was duped by the fringe anti-science advocacy groups USRTK and the Organic Consumers Association

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Sometimes it's difficult to know who is defending science and who is more concerned about identity politics and cheap laughs ...