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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Monsanto’s cotton strategy wears thin
Author April Davila illustrates how the cons of genetically engineered cotton (to farmers, consumers and the environment) clearly outweigh the pros.
Artificial meat? Food for thought for 2050
Scientists say that novel food production techniques, including artificial meat made in giant vats, may be necessary to feed 9 billion people.
Can we feed our world without Monsanto?
April Davila spent weeks tirelessly tracing simple foods back to their seed source in an experiment spurred by her concern over genetic engineering.
China cotton pest outbreak prompts GM review
Widespread adoption of Monsanto's Bt cotton has led to a surge in pests in China's cotton farms.
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