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Viewpoint: How the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. fails viewers in its misleading coverage of GMO crops and glyphosate

Genetic Literacy Project | 
There is no excuse for such misinformation from Canada's ‘National News Agency.' ...
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Viewpoint: Pervert science at your peril—anti-GMO campaigners, vaccine deniers and ‘bee-pocalypse’ scaremongers find common ground in ‘evidence rejectionism’

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Widespread misunderstanding of the nature of science and the confirmation bias spawned by social media and the internet can have ...
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‘Advocacy research’ tying neonicotinoids to bee deaths debunked, but still effective propaganda

Forbes | 
...[A] worrisome... trend is the increasing frequency of articles containing flawed “advocacy research” that is actually designed to give a false result. This ...
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Viewpoint: ‘Advocacy research’ discredits science and aids unprincipled activism

Genetic Literacy Project | 
This article originally appeared at Forbes and has been republished here with permission of the author. The scientific research enterprise ...
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Non-GMO label hoodwinks consumers to promote corporate profits

Genetic Literacy Project | 
For many products, the Non GMO label simply means exploiting concerns of skittish consumers ...
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Are bees in peril from neonicotinoids? Farmer evidence challenges doomsayers

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Will farmers be allowed to use safe effective neonic seed treatments or will hysterical and erroneous reports of bee deaths ...

How ‘advocacy research’ distorts GMO debate

National Review | 
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20 answers to FAQs about GMOs: Safety, butterflies, glyphosate and more

Blog | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. [Editor's note: The original ...
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Not all science created equal: The genetically engineered crops story

Genetic Literacy Project | 
In 1987 the US National Academy of Sciences stated there were no new risks from plants created using recombinant DNA ...

‘Pseudo-science nonsense’ about GMOs designed to scare, not educate

Kelowna Daily Courier | 
The internet is full of false information about GM crops and derived food. The untrained observer (or scientist trained in another ...

No fooling science with anti-GMO myths

Honolulu Civil Beat | 
The internet is full of false information about genetically modified crops and derived food. Unfortunately the average person — including many ...

US regulators sitting on non-browning Arctic Apple approval

Forbes | 
A Canadian company petitioned USDA regulators two years ago to “deregulate” – approve for unrestricted cultivation and marketing — a ...

Sustainability case for GE crops

StarPhoenix | 
The public debate about food has become deafening. "Local" and "organic" are mantras of the organic lobby, but organic food ...

Anti-GMO industry launches demonization tour

Kelowna Capital News | 
In response to the impending approval of the genetically modified Arctic Apple, an anti-GMO group-sponsored speaking tour began its 32-city ...
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Organics versus GMO: Why the debate?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
There is a global consensus on the safety of GMOs. Yet, anti-GMO activists and proponents of organic crops are fighting ...
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Fear mongering about DNA-modified apples hurts farmers, consumers, says GM supporter

Most people are familiar with the unappetizing browning of apples shortly after they’re cut or bitten into. The good news ...