Teen campaigner Brigid Armbrust looks back on the Vermont GMO labeling initiative – and her role in encouraging kids to get involved in their food futures.
New “gene editing” techniques are the subject of a massive PR blitz intended to fool u into thinking that they are more precise – and therefore safer- than old genetic engineering techniques. Don’t believe the hype
It’s easy to think that kids don’t have any power; but that’s simply not true, says teen activist Rachel Parent, founder of Kids Right to Know and supporter of Beyond GM’s Our Food Our Future project.
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As European regulators and Member States face off over the re-licencing of glyphosate, we explore how we’ve come to a place where there is more of Monsanto’s Roundup in much of our food than many essential nutrients.
There is a considerable amount of hype regarding the ability of ‘gene-edited’ crops and animals to transform agriculture. But what, exactly, is gene-editing – and can it live up to the hype?
A new report shows that Bt brinjal has been a ‘miserable failure’ in Bangladesh. Bad for the farmers certainly, but also a damning indictment of the pro-GMO bias of the BBC, which favours the industrial farming fantasy over facts.
When you read in the press that a scientist supports GMOs – can you trust that point of view? Recently revealed emails between biotech companies and senior academics suggests the answer is no.
A scientist speaks out about the flawed ways in which we assess the risks of GMOs and how this impacts not just human health but the very integrity of science
What kind of world are we leaving our children – and what kind of world do they want? Beyond-GM’s youngest supporter Mya-Rose Craig writes here about the world she wants and why GMOs have no place in it.