"This partnership with CropLife is in direct conflict with FAO's mandate as a UN institution to fulfil human rights to health, adequate food, clean water and environment, and safe working conditions"
According to an independent review by cancer researchers, the EU preliminary decision that glyphosate is safe is based on faulty studies
92% of toxicity studies judged irrelevant or unreliable by preliminary European report. By Claire Robinson
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Review of industry safety studies shows vast majority do not meet international standards for scientific validity
GMO-free success story "would be massively threatened if plants produced with new genetic engineering were to come onto the market untested and unlabelled"
The forces that shaped Paterson’s rise to prominence are as active and influential as ever, writes Jonathan Matthews
Report dismisses scientific evidence from public scientific literature
Citizens' concerns and already-proven farming solutions to climate change are dismissed
Owen Paterson’s former bedfellows take cover as he quits the House of Commons. Report: Jonathan Matthews
The EU wants to crank up soy production in eastern Europe. But with illegal genetically modified crops rife, who will benefit?
Study reveals yet another catastrophic unintended effect of gene editing. Report: Claire Robinson
Warnings and rejections of an unprecedented global experiment
Shipments of the new variety developed in Argentina are unlikely anytime soon due to opposition from Brazilian millers and global consumers
Argentina’s rural communities are being devastated by the GMO/toxic model of agriculture, writes Jonathan Matthews
Consuming Mediterranean diet made from conventional food results in 10 times higher total pesticide intake than Mediterranean diet made from organic food
Large structural changes were detected at on-target and off-target sites of the genome; researchers call for better screening for unintended effects
Researchers weigh in. By Miguel Leyva, case manager at Atraxia Law
Review and interviews with the authors by Claire Robinson
Researchers pocket $500,000 of taxpayer money to turn edible plants into mRNA vaccine factories. Report: Claire Robinson
Leading ag journalist hails plant breeding breakthrough, saying it "flies in the face" of Monsanto. Report: Jonathan Matthews and Claire Robinson
High risk potential requires case-by-case analysis
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New analysis shows why hyped-up forecasts of a GMO’s potential don’t match the reality in the field – and suggests that new GM crops for Africa will also fail. Report: Claire Robinson