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Why is Biodiversity so Important?

Why is Biodiversity so important? How will plant science help us get to a sustainable future? Watch this video to find out:

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Global Issues Video May 21, 2019

Female #FoodHeroes: Shannon Hauf

Shannon Hauf Shannon is the Senior Vice President and Head of Crop Technology for soybeans for Bayer in the U.S. She is responsible for the Research and Development (R&D) strategy for soybeans.   What do you do? I work with our commercial organization to ensure that our R&D organization delivers soybean products and crop protection […]

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Webpage May 17, 2019

Plant Biotech Industry Supports Progress on LLP Collaboration

CropLife International and its partners support the strong statement by Ministers of Agriculture of the US, Canada, Argentina and Brazil at the G20, emphasizing a focus on practical, predictable and transparent solutions that are based on science and that facilitate trade and access to innovation.

Press released republished from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

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Plant Biotechnology Document May 14, 2019

Female #FoodHeroes: Jennifer Schmidt

Jennifer Schmidt Jennifer farms full-time on her third generation, 2000-acre family farm. On the farm they grow field corn for the poultry industry; high oleic soybeans the meal of which is also used in poultry feed, while the oleic oil refined and used in food manufacturing to eliminate trans fats in packaged foods; tofu soybeans […]

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Webpage May 10, 2019

UN Report On Biodiversity Loss is A Wakeup Call

Biodiversity is declining globally at rates “unprecedented in human history” and the rate of species extinctions is accelerating, with “grave impacts on people around the world now likely”, according to a new report from United Nations Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES). Howard Minigh, CEO of CropLife International, tells us more.

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Global Issues Webpage May 08, 2019

More With Less

Click through the graphic to learn how crop protection and plant biotechnology protect biodiversity by allowing farmers to grow more with less.

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Global Issues Infographic May 07, 2019

Safeguarding Biodiversity

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Crop Protection
Plant Biotechnology
Infographic May 03, 2019

Supporting the CBD: Agriculture’s Engagement with Biodiversity

Our industry is committed to supporting the conservation and sustainable use of  biodiversity. Through an international treaty – the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) – we are working with governments and other observers to meet the three goals of the CBD: the conservation of biodiversity, the sustainable use of the components of biodiversity, and the […]

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Global Issues Video May 03, 2019

Botanical Gardens: Hot Spots for Biodiversity

Botanical gardens are not just pretty places for a nice day out. They are important places that showcase plant diversity and allow researchers to find new ways to protect and increase biodiversity in a world where the planet’s natural resources and wildlife are threatened at an unprecedented rate. The world’s botanical gardens contain a vast […]

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Crop Protection
Plant Biotechnology
Document May 03, 2019

Top 10 Ways you can Protect Biodiversity

Help the bees! Bees pollinate nearly 90% of plant species and they contribute to more than 35% of the world’s food supply, but they’re under threat from varroa mites. Plant scientists are developing cutting edge crop protection products to help farmers control the mites and protect precious bee populations. Give pollinators an extra boost in […]

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Crop Protection
Plant Biotechnology
Document May 03, 2019

Female #FoodHeroes: Nicole Rodriguez

Nicole Rodriguez Nicole is a dietician based in New York, USA. What do you do? I’m a registered dietitian with a passion for agvocacy. When I’m not working privately with nutrition, meal-prep, or personal training clients, I take every opportunity possible to learn where our food comes from via farm tours and immersion experiences. I […]

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Webpage Apr 26, 2019

Female #FoodHeroes: Roxane Feller

Roxane Feller Roxane is the Secretary General of AnimalhealthEurope, in Brussels, Belgium. What do you do? I lead a team of technical, public affairs, and communications professionals working to ensure a strong voice for the European animal medicines industry when it comes to policy-making, legislation, and general awareness. We aim to highlight the importance of […]

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Webpage Apr 12, 2019

Female #FoodHeroes: Jeannette Andrashewski

Jeannette Andrashewski Jeannett is a farmer in North East Alberta in Canada. What do you do? I am a proud farmer alongside my husband and son on our 3,500 acre farm in north eastern Alberta. We are the third generation to farm this land. On our farm, we practice sustainable farming practices through crop rotation, […]

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Webpage Apr 05, 2019

Chemical Exposure and Risk Assessment During the Manufacturing Process

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Webpage Apr 04, 2019

Chemical Exposure and Risk Assessment During the Manufacturing Process

Guidance for agrochemical companies performing an exposure and risk assessment for hazardous chemicals (including active ingredients) during the manufacturing process.

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Crop Protection Guidance Apr 04, 2019