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No ordinary farmer: Gilbert Bor brings innovation to western Kenya

In Western Kenya on the outskirts of the town of Eldoret lives a farmer who dreams of creating a more prosperous community. But he is no ordinary farmer. Gilbert Bor and his family live next door to the farm on which he grew up, but he has travelled globally and his experiences from around the globe have helped inspire his vision for his community and for his country.

April Headlines 2015

Headlines: Chipotle Stops Using GE Ingredients, Dr. Oz Faces Mounting Criticism For Promoting Junk Science on Health Remedies, GMOs, EU Approves GM Crops, Pushes Forth Plan to Let Member States Decide, Germany’s National Academy of Science Strongly Endorses GM Crops, Japanese Farmers Petition for GM Field Tests 

April VIews 2015

Headlines: 5 Questions with Alan Levinovitz, author of The Gluten LieThe Daily Show Examines Activist Jeffrey Smith’s Claims about GMO Potatoes — And Comes Out in Favor of Science, India Emerges as Center of GE Research, but Foreign Financed Protests Slow Adoption, Could New Gene-Editing Technologies Help Spawn Small Biotech Companies?, A Psychological Explanation for GMO Opposition

March Views 2015

Headlines: AAAS Presidents: The Anti-GMO Lobby Takes A Page from the Climategate Playbook, The Tragic Papaya: The Story of GE Crops in Hawaii, 5 Questions with Matthew Schnurr: The Case for Prioritizing the “Farmer Perspective” and “Demand Driven” Biotech, Could Precise Technology Eliminate Fears of GE Foods?, Genetically Modified People: Natural Transgenics is More Common Than Many Think

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