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Better Dying Through GMOs

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

The Daily Call

eNews 1.3.15 Eggs Demystified, GMO Beliefs, Seed Libraries, More

Friday, January 2nd, 2015

Scientists Need to Rethink Their Beliefs About GMOs

Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014

Francis Thicke is a Cornucopia member and Policy Advisor. Des Moines Register by John Ikerd, Fred Kirschenmann and Francis Thicke Francis Thicke Belief systems and narratives matter, as was pointed out in a Nov. 23 opinion piece defending genetically modified organisms (GMOs) against growing public concerns (“Americans need to rethink our views of GMO vs organic crops”). We agree that a dramatic change in belief systems is needed if we’re to have enough healthful food

China Blocks US Imports Over GMO Contamination

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

Global Research by Christina Sarich Source: Glendon Rolston China has zero tolerance for many GMOs. They’ve made this clear by refusing US exports that contain genetically modified ingredients – not even in the parts per million range. Due to the recent contamination of hay from RoundUp ready GMO alfalfa, the Chinese government has now blacklisted hay from the US, and they are looking at Canada’s exports closely to determine if they will also need to be blacklisted. One exporter of

Controversial French Scientist Defends GMO Research

Monday, December 15th, 2014

The Western Producer by Karen Briere French scientist Gilles-Eric Seralini says attempts to discredit him and his research into GMOs and pesticides are negated by the fact his work continues. Speaking to about 150 people in Regina Nov. 6, Seralini said he and fellow scientists have published new work on pesticide toxicity and are ready to publish more. “We have republished our study, which was retracted because of dishonesty of the system,” he said. “We