Viewpoint: Irrational pesticide fears discourage produce consumption and increase cancer risk | Genetic Literacy Project

Fostering fear doesn’t help us eat healthier
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Viewpoint: CRISPR crop revolution provides counterpunch to ‘misinformation’ promoted by anti-GMO campaigners | Genetic Literacy Project

Gene-edited crops usually can’t be distinguished from conventionally-bred varieties. Opponents of NBTs may never comprehend this basic lesson of plant genetics, but that doesn’t mean regulators have to follow their lead.
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2020/06/05/viewpoint-safe-and-sustainable-crispr-crop-revolution-offers-counterpunch-to-misinformation-and-fake-dangers-promoted-by-anti-gmo-campaigners/

Will relaxed USDA GMO, gene-edited crop regulation fuel consumer distrust of biotech? | Genetic Literacy Project

Plants genetically modified to make changes that also have been made through conventional breeding will not need specific federal oversight, according to
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2020/05/19/will-relaxed-usda-gmo-gene-edited-crop-regulation-fuel-consumer-distrust-of-biotech/

This health writer used to fear the ‘Dirty Dozen.’ Here’s why she quit worrying about pesticides on food | Genetic Literacy Project

I have a confession: My shopping and eating habits have been influenced by the “Dirty Dozen” and “Clean 15” lists. And I’m a journalist who’s been
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2020/04/08/this-health-writer-used-to-fear-the-dirty-dozen-heres-why-she-quit-worrying-about-pesticides-on-food/

Viewpoint: 6 debunked anti-GMO talking points activists should abandon for good | Genetic Literacy Project

The public still accepts some blatant untruths about biotechnology, food safety, and sustainability
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‘Unforgiving math’: Why intensive agriculture is needed to fight climate change and feed 10 billion people | Genetic Literacy Project

There is an unforgiving math at the interface of agriculture and the environment.
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2020/04/03/unforgiving-math-why-intensive-agriculture-is-needed-to-fight-climate-change-and-feed-10-billion-people/

Does Big Ag dominate crop research and the global seed supply, controlling the world food market? | Genetic Literacy Project

Does Big Ag dominate crop research and the global seed supply, controlling the world food market? | Genetic Literacy Project
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/gmo-faq/does-big-ag-dominate-crop-research-and-the-global-seed-supply-controlling-the-world-food-market/

Shoppers will buy gene-edited food if they know its consumer, animal and environmental benefits | Genetic Literacy Project

The FMI Foundation in partnership with the American Seed Trade Association, the American Farm Bureau Federation, and the Farm Foundation, today released a
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2020/03/11/shoppers-will-buy-gene-edited-food-if-they-know-about-its-consumer-animal-and-environmental-benefits/