Do GMO Bt (insect-resistant) crops pose a threat to human health or the environment? | Genetic Literacy Project

Do GMO Bt (insect-resistant) crops pose a threat to human health or the environment? | Genetic Literacy Project
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/gmo-faq/do-gmo-bt-insect-resistant-crops-pose-a-threat-to-human-health-or-the-environment/

Viewpoint: GMO skeptics abuse UN Biodiversity Conference to promote anti-biotech agenda | Genetic Literacy Project

Countless people continue to suffer and die needlessly as a result of the arbitrary and unscientific restrictions forged at the UN.
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2020/06/22/viewpoint-gmo-skeptics-abuse-un-biodiversity-conference-to-perpetuate-anti-biotech-agenda/

Outlook into the future regulatory landscape for genome editing – SAIFood

Genome editing offers a real promise for future agriculture thanks to new breeding techniques (NBTs) that are evolving technology targeting changes in plant genetic material.
— Read on saifood.ca/regulatory-new-breeding-techniques/

Outlook into the future regulatory landscape for genome editing – SAIFood

Genome editing offers a real promise for future agriculture thanks to new breeding techniques (NBTs) that are evolving technology targeting changes in plant genetic material.
— Read on saifood.ca/regulatory-new-breeding-techniques/

Infographic: Five GMOs account for 99 percent of the global biotech crop area | Genetic Literacy Project

In 2018, a total of 70 countries adopted biotech crops — 26 countries planted and 44 additional countries imported. Of the 31 crops approved for food,
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2020/06/12/infographic-five-gmos-account-for-99-of-the-global-biotech-crop-area/

USDA relaxed its GMO, gene-edited crop rules—but not enough to foster biotech innovation | Genetic Literacy Project

USDA’s SECURE rule fails to move beyond process-based regulation.
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2020/06/11/viewpoint-usda-relaxed-its-gmo-gene-edited-crop-rules-but-not-enough-to-foster-biotech-innovation/

As CRISPR crops become more common, don’t throw GMOs under the bus, scientists warn | Genetic Literacy Project

Farmers and scientists may be tempted to throw transgenic crops in the trash. The technology, which has provided benefits to farmers, has been a public
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2020/06/08/as-crispr-crops-become-more-common-dont-throw-gmos-under-the-bus-scientists-warn/

Scientist warns against completely abandoning genetic modification | The Western Producer

Farmers and scientists may be tempted to throw transgenic crops in the trash. The technology, which has provided benefits to farmers, has been a public
— Read on www.producer.com/2020/06/scientist-warns-against-completely-abandoning-genetic-modification/

Gene editing could help protect billions of ash trees from deadly Emerald Ash Borer | Genetic Literacy Project

Billions of ash trees could be rescued from a killer beetle through cross-breeding with more resistant varieties and gene editing, scientists have
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2020/05/27/gene-editing-could-help-protect-billions-of-ash-trees-from-deadly-emerald-ash-borer/