Our new UK Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs is Elizabeth Truss. Er… who? She’s been working for improvements to education, very important, yes, but I haven’t seen much to suggest that she knows anything about the land. Where will you lead us, Ms Truss? We’re watching you.
Science on the Land
- Hello Ms Truss
- Goodbye Mr Paterson
- Séralini’s rat-feeding trial (part 5)
- New Séralini study shows Roundup damages sperm
- America’s dwindling diversity
- Is transatlantic free trade a lose-lose deal for food and farming?
- Debating GM across the Pond
- Opening the door on talks about trade
- Syngenta withdraws application to use banned pesticide linked to bee harm
- Séralini’s rat-feeding trial (part 4)
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