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Special Rapporteur on Right to Food Undermines United Nations’ Goals

CropLife International President Howard Minigh addresses 10 areas he finds most challenging with the Special Rapporteur on Right to Food report.

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Scientists Develop Cutting Edge Approach to Protect Honey Bees

Controlling Varroa mite infestations key to helping save the honeybee, say experts.

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Managing Weed Resistance with Integrated Weed Management

Diversified crop protection approach essential in managing weed resistance says Harry Strek, the Scientific Director of the Weed Resistance Competence Center.

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Human Cost of Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals Exaggerated

Scientific impartiality must be mirrored in papers discussing endocrine disruptors say Gregory G. Bond and Daniel R. Dietrich

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Celebrating 20 Years of Economic and Environmental Benefits from Crop Biotechnology

On World Environment Day, we examine the global impact of crop biotechnology in the 26 countries where it is widely used.

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Transforming Africa’s Agricultural Programs With Plant Biotech

Modern agricultural biotechnology is a tool that has the potential to address food insecurity in Africa.

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Bringing Together Allies to Share Plant Biotech’s Story

Dr. Sarah Evanega of the Cornell Alliance for Science discusses how they are working with global allies to promote access and choice in agriculture.

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What Role Can Biotech Play in Addressing Food Security in Nigeria?

Program assistant, Modesta Nnedinso of the Open Forum on Agricultural Biotechnology discusses plant biotechnologies that can help address food insecurity in Nigeria.

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Paving the Way for Innovation in Plant Science

We invite you to read our 2016 annual report, which showcases our commitment to helping farmers meet the global food security challenges ahead.

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Overlooking Scientific Roots of Endocrine Disruption

Science-based risk assessment crucial in determining endocrine regulations says Rainer von Mielecki

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Regulatory Predictability Needed for an Industry Committed to Innovation

CropLife International President Howard Minigh explains how regulatory uncertainty is hampering industry attempts to innovate to find solutions for farmers.

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Ask A Farmer: How Biotech Changes Lives

For 43 years, Bill Horan has grown soybeans, corn, specialty crops and other grains on a family farm in Iowa and was an early adopter of biotechnology.

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How Plant Biotechnology Made Brazil a Major Agriculture Exporter

Brazil is now the world's second-largest producer of biotech crops - we have gone from being a basic food importer to one of the world's largest exporters.

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Reflecting On Successes And Challenges Of Biotech Crops

Today’s regulatory processes and anti-science efforts have gotten so arduous and loud that they’re stalling biotech tools from reaching farmers and consumers.

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Using Social Media to “Agvocate” for Farmers and Scientists

There are so many misconceptions around agriculture. Consumers are very concerned about how their food is produced, grown and raised.

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