Thanks to some amazing recent crop biotech breakthroughs
New U.N. report says we are about to "miss a brief and rapidly closing window of opportunity to secure a liveable and sustainable future for all."
Expect anti-biotech activists to oppose this important development.
The technique "could potentially help address problems of poverty and food insecurity at a global scale."
Growing more food on less acreage means more land for nature.
The city will spend close to $1 million building vertical gardens to provide produce for its healthy eating programs.
Instead of taking a little off the top, Trump needs to give farm subsidies a buzz cut.
The difference between two identical genes—one edited and the other a natural mutation—is entirely metaphysical.
The presidential hopeful doesn't realize that government biotech crop regulation helped to create the monopoly in the first place.
Malthusian predictions of global famines keep receding.
The agency admits that its new bioengineered food regs are "not expected to have any benefits to human health or the environment."
Yet another limit to growth recedes into the distance
New report claims U.S. overpopulation will blight their futures.
It's past time to tell your anti-GMO friends, family and neighbors they are helping to kill poor people.
The USDA just dumped Obama administration's proposed ridiculous biotech crop regulations; the FDA should quickly follow suit.
"No substantiated evidence of a difference in risks to human health between current commercially available genetically engineered (GE) crops and conventionally bred crops"