Five years after he publicly apologized for his anti-GMO activism, Mark Lynas offers a proposal for a peaceful resolution to the contentious fight over genetic engineering. "So let’s stop fighting, and let’s start uniting."
Stakeholders in the agricultural biotechnology sector are offering assurances that the problems that prompted Burkina Faso to temporarily halt cultivation of genetically engineered cotton won’t be repeated with GMO crops in other African countries.
In a letter reflecting the influence of anti-GMO activists, Uganda's president asks Parliament to reconsider key points in the nation's new biosafety law.
As most of us prepare to celebrate the upcoming festive days over big sumptuous meals, we should use this time to check on our food privilege status and determine whether we are using it in a way that could be hurting the hungry.
In recognition of his efforts on behalf of refugees, as well as his ongoing agricultural advocacy, the Alliance for Science has named Ugandan farmer Kaleb Kamure its 2017 Farmer of the Year.
Two years after Burkina Faso phased out growing genetically modified (Bt) cotton, the pressure of pest infestation on cotton fields has become so high that many farmers are convinced the industry will collapse soon unless something drastic is done.
A childhood of adversity taught Calestous Juma the value of innovation as a tool for successful adaptation.