Science lives on in Peru: vindication of Ernesto Bustamante in Peru celebrated with the 2001st blog posting at GMO Pundit

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Here at GMO Pundit we are taking the opportunity celebrate 2000 blog posts with the fantastic news that a legal victory has been obtained in Peru that is also a victory for those who value their own personal freedom to … Read More

Major suspects for bee colony collapse disorder –namely insect viruses– are widespread among pollinating insects in general

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GMOs have been blamed by anti-GM activists for bee colony collapse disorder. But there are other likely explanations for bee colony losses — including viruses that affect insects, and which spread in pollen. Consider this news on the topic: Public … Read More

Growing of transgenic crops can contribute in all three traditional pillars of sustainability — economic, environmental and social.

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Review article The role of transgenic crops in sustainable development Julian Raymond Park, Ian McFarlane, Richard Hartley Phipps and Graziano Ceddia School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, University of Reading, Reading, RG6 6AR, UK Summary The concept of sustainable development … Read More

Biodiversity world tour event at Nagoya Japan –save forest for nature by working from the ground up not top-down

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GMO Pundit participated in a session running in parallel with the conference of parties (COP) biodiversity discussions that occurred last week in Nagoya, Japan. He had an opportunity to frame some points to make to the delegates who are interested … Read More

Soybean Association and 54 other organisations withdraw from biased Sustainable Standard Development Process

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ASA Withdraws From Leonardo Academy’s Sustainable Ag Standard Development Process Press Release — ST. LOUIS, MO — October 19, 2010 — The American Soybean Association (ASA) today announced that it is withdrawing from the Leonardo Academy’s initiative to develop a … Read More

EU World’s Biggest Net Importer of Agricultural Produce While Neglecting Critical Investment in Agricultural Research

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The EU Ranks as the World’s Biggest Net Importer of Agricultural Produce While Neglecting Critical Investment in Agricultural ResearchPress ReleaseBERLIN, October 13, 2010 /PRNewswire/ —– International Competition for Agricultural Production Land is Rising Dramatically The food situation in poor countries … Read More

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