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Paper claiming GM link with tumours republished

argylesock says… At last! I’ve been working on a blog post about the ‘Séralini affair’ but hampered by not being able to read the original paper. Now we can read it.

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The new scramble for Africa (part 1)

Originally posted on ECO-opia:
. With the African continent home to the majority of the world’s fastest-growing economies, urban consumer markets and a wealth of natural resources, it’s perhaps not surprising that some of the world’s largest corporations, from Monsanto…

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Call for articles: Nutritional values and family farming

Originally posted on AGRICULTURE BLOG…..:
Farming Matters | 30.2 | June 2014 We are told of the great advances that have been made in ‘modern’ agriculture in the last 60 years. Yet there are more hungry and malnourished people on…

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What is biodiverse food?

Ann Tutwiler of Bioversity International tells us why in the 21st century, we need biodiverse food. And she tells us what that could mean. Ms Tutwiler doesn’t mince her words, saying that a need for dramatically increased food production is … Continue reading

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Testing

Please would you help me test something on WP? Reblog this post and tell me whether it worked. You’ll be able to delete the reblogged post afterwards. [Edit] Problem now resolved. For some reason, the ‘Reblogged this’ comment had been … Continue reading

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Something’s not working on my blog

I’m grateful to the three good people who, my WP says, have reblogged my post ‘Is organic farming out of date?’ The only trouble is, that post’s not appeared on your blogs. [Edit] Problem now resolved. For some reason, the … Continue reading

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Mapping the evolution of climate change ‘scepticism’ in British newspapers since 1990

argylesock says… I wish you every success with your PhD, Martin. Your quote from James Hoggan is brilliant. ‘In promoting climate change denial… industry has done more than endanger the environment. It has undermined democracy.’

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