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Viewpoint: How prosperity and technology are defeating ‘environmental pessimism’

Genetic Literacy Project | 
In 1980, the year that PERC was founded, I spent three months in the Himalayas working on a wildlife conservation ...
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Viewpoint: UK proposal to break from EU CRISPR rules could unleash plant breeding ‘gold rush’

Times (UK) | 
The agriculture bill before the House of Lords [June 10] offers a chance for plant breeders to make safer, more ...
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Europe streamlined approval process to weeks to fight COVID-19 pandemic. Why does it take more than a decade to get a GMO safety review?

Telegraph | 
At the start of the pandemic, China built a hospital in double-quick time and we all thought, “that’s why they ...
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Why Brexit could jump start UK GMO, CRISPR research—once stifled by ‘dead hand’ of EU regulation

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Britain is really good at biology. In physics and chemistry, or painting and music, we have often failed to match ...
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Viewpoint: How Europe’s risk aversion has turned the continent into an agricultural backwater

Times (UK) | 
With tariffs announced against Brazil and Argentina, and a threat against France, Donald Trump is dragging the world deeper into ...
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Video: House of Lords member and science writer Matt Ridely urges UK to ‘break free’ of Europe’s restrictive CRISPR crop rules

Rational Optimist | 
The UK must break away from Europe's restrictive agricultural gene-editing rules, science writer Matt Ridley told the UK's House of ...
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Viewpoint: At least 200,000 people die every year GMO Golden Rice is kept off the market

Genetic Literacy Project | 
This is not a story of incompetence and ignorance, but of an antediluvian hostility to science and technology ...
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Brexit could lead Britain to ‘ditching EU’s mindless precaution and innovation-crushing rules on GMO crops’

Telegraph | 
Britain was once the world leader in biotechnology for agriculture, but that all changed 20 years ago when the environmental ...
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Viewpoint: Modern farming, economic growth don’t cause biodiversity decline—they prevent it

Reaction | 
Driven perhaps by envy at the attention that climate change is getting, and ambition to set up a great new ...
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From pesticide scare stories to insect ‘extinction,’ reporters are addicted to ‘pseudoscience,’ says science writer Matt Ridley

Spectator | 
Three times in [February 2019], pseudo-science flew around the world before the scientific truth had got its boots on (as ...
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Viewpoint: GMO crops are future of African farming—if anti-biotech activists get out of the way

Times (UK) | 
[I]nfluenced by European environmentalists, most African countries forbid the growing of genetically modified crops. This is a pity, because unless ...
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Activist case that glyphosate herbicide causes cancer mired in scandal

Times (UK) | 
A perfectly useful herbicide could be banned in Europe thanks to a tangled network of lobbyists, lawyers and activists. … ...
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Will Britain fumble regulations on human and agricultural gene editing as it has on GMOs?

Times (UK) | 
Britain has an opportunity to seize on the latest breakthroughs in gene editing and pioneer new approaches in agriculture, research ...
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Neonicotinoid fiasco: How American NGOs turn Europe against science, push EU towards insecticide ban

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The current EU ban on neonics has been disastrously counterproductive, resulting in an increased use of more damaging pesticides, mainly ...
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UK could become gene-editing leader in farming post-Brexit

Times (UK) | 
Scientists at the Roslin Institute, near Edinburgh, said [February 2017] that they had edited the genomes of pigs, rendering them ...
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Europe appears poised to overturn neonicotinoid pesticides ban

Wall Street Journal | 
[Editor's note: Matt Ridley is a columnist for the Times (UK), a member of the House of Lords and the ...

Why gene editing does not lead to eugenics

Blog | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. This summer brings the ...
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Matt Ridley: Greens scare mongering on GMOs, fracking, pesticides blunts access to safer technologies

Wall Street Journal | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion, and analysis. The public has increasingly ...
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Ecomodernist Manifesto: Technology based agriculture more sustainable than ‘green’ myths

The Ecomodernist Manifesto, a short but brilliant essay published online recently by 18 prominent greens, gets sustainability right at last. Until ...
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Precautionary principle backfires in Europe, insecticide ban harms bees and farming

Times (UK) | 
An EU pesticide ban that was supposed to protect bees has done no such thing. All it does is damage ...

Oppostion to GM crops counter-productive to environment, economy and consumer

Times (UK) | 
The news that Britain could soon grow genetically modified crops commercially is a victory for commonsense over irrational opportunism, and ...
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How many of the people born in the world in 1756 could have become Mozart? IQ twin studies may provide an answer

Rational Optimist | 
A recent study on the heritability of intelligence has sparked interest in determining where we get our intelligence. A new ...

GM crops don’t kill kids, opposing them does

Times (UK) | 
Golden rice’ prevents the vitamin A deficiency that kills millions every year. Yet Greenpeace is blocking it It was over ...