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20/6/2014
Hawaii has become "ground zero" in the controversy over genetically modified crops and pesticides. With the seed crop industry (including conventional as well as GMO crops) reaping $146.3 million a year in sales resulting from its activities in ...   
16/4/2014
The Vermont Senate passed a bill on Wednesday that would make it the first U.S. state to enact mandatory labeling of foods made with genetically modified organisms, or GMOs. Unlike bills passed last year in Maine and Connecticut, which ...   
25/1/2014
A leaked document reveals plans by the US's Grocery Manufacturers Association to sue the first state that passes a GMO labeling law. Vermont will be the decisive battle-ground, report Katherine Paul and Ronnie Cummins. Right now, it's ...   
6/11/2013
The ballot measure to require labeling of genetically modified foods in Washington State, Initiative 522, was defeated Tuesday by a record spending campaign by America's food manufacturing giants and agribusiness corporations, who financed a ...   
22/7/2013
“The harder they come the harder they fall, one and all.” -- Jimmy Cliff, reggae classic. After enjoying a year of maximum profits, record stock prices, the defeat of a major GMO [genetically modified organisms] labeling campaign in ...   
2/7/2013
The state of Hawaii has become a lot like the island of Dr. Moreau. Except that instead of Dr. Moreau - the mad scientist in H.G. Wells`s 1896 novel who vivisected animals into beast-people - Hawaii is ruled by the GMO ...   
5/1/2013
Britain's Farming and Environment Minister Owen Paterson on Thursday called for an acceleration in the EU’s approval process for genetically modified (GMO) crops which he said offered benefits including less pesticide use."I think we need ...   
27/12/2012
It`s been quite a year for food and farming coverage here at Grist. Below is a wrap-up of some of the biggest stories of the year. 1. The worst drought in half a century Corn withered, farmers scowled and resorted to feeding ...   
12/9/2012
Opponents of genetically engineered foods on Wednesday blocked shipments and deliveries at Monsanto Co's vegetable seed company in California that developed a new genetically modified sweet corn that will hit stores this fall. The ...   
6/7/2011
Anti-GM campaigners outside parliament. The European Parliament on Tuesday backed plans to let member states choose whether to ban the cultivation of genetically-modified (GM) crops on their territory, giving a detailed list of grounds ...   
23/2/2011
Industrial globalised agriculture is heavily implicated in climate change. It contributes to the three major greenhouse gases: carbon dioxide (CO2) from the use of fossil fuels, nitrogen oxide (N2O) from the use of chemical fertilizers and ...   
19/2/2011
Researchers need to use all available resources in an integrated approach to put agriculture on a path to solve the world's food problems while reducing pollution, according to a Penn State biologist. Changes in national and international ...   
28/1/2011
The Department of Agriculture's decision to fully deregulate biotech alfalfa will delay, but not forestall, a day of reckoning between the rising organic industry and the coalition of farmers, agribusinesses and biotech firms that support the ...   
12/10/2010
In recent years climate change is seen as the major contributor to the food security threat. While food prices have been rising, farmers in particular have been seeing their crop yield dwindling as the climate change unleashed floods, ...   
29/1/2010
Biodiversity, already decaying fast as a result of climate change and intensive farming, is under further threat by genetic modification (GM) of seeds, says a leading German ecological activist. Genetic modification of seeds is ...   
24/3/2009
Former EU Agriculture Commissioner Franz Fischler last week called on Europe to significantly contribute to world food security by fulfilling its "production potential", as the continent moves from being a net exporter of foodstuffs to become a ...   
5/8/2008
Gas prices are above $4 a gallon; global food prices surged 39% last year; and an environmental disaster looms as carbon emissions continue to spiral upward. The global economy appears on the verge of a TKO, a triple whammy from energy, ...   
25/4/2008
Consumers in rich countries feel it in supermarkets but in the world's poorest ones people are starving. The reason - soaring food prices, and it's triggered riots around the world in places like Mexico, Indonesia, Yemen, the ...   
13/1/2008
Outside the headquarters of Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc, the pavement is iced over and workers arriving for the day are bundled up against the cold. But inside a laboratory, a warm, man-made drought is in force, curling the ...   
24/10/2007
The time is right for a renewed push for biotech wheat, leading US wheat industry players said this week, as tight world wheat supplies and high prices underscore strong global demand for the key food crop. "We in the wheat ...   
9/7/2001
A United Nations commission has agreed on the first global principles for assessing the safety of genetically modified foods, the two agencies organizing the effort announced on Friday. The proposed rules could some day prompt governments to call ...   
4/6/2001
Climate News Compilation, International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
1) S-KYOTO ALTERNATIVE TO RELY ON VOLUNTARY CUTS (Washington Post) 2) JAPAN-GOVT WILL STICK TO KYOTO PROTOCOL VOW (Yomiuri Shimbun) 3) EC OUTLINES POST-KYOTO STRATEGY (Financial Times) 4) ITALY-MINISTER DENIES CHANGE OF STANCE (BBC, Financial ...   
1/6/2001
A Tiger by the Tail, New York Times
And now for a wild prediction. Within 12 months President Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and all their backers in the oil industry will be begging — begging — to revive the Kyoto protocol on climate change, the accord Mr. Bush yanked America ...   

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