The hard truth for poor farmers is that the organic method can cost too much and fail to deliver higher yields, according to a new paper from an expert on the ground.
If Hawaii opts to stop biotechnology, that would be a serious blow to the industry.
A conversation with author Kiera Butler about the ethical issues around introducing developing countries to hybrid seeds that are high-yield -- and high-cost.
Science confirms meat, sugar, and fat really do mess up our bodies -- and the planet.
Seventy-five percent of all palm oil will be produced responsibly -- if all the big companies live up to the promises they've now made.
A new state report outlines some edge-case scenarios, but mostly, California's pest control strategies do a good job of protecting the interests of green farmers.
A corporate giant sues a feisty startup over the right to call an egg-free product "mayo."
"Path dependency" is when a choice of technologies hems in your future. Is that happening today as developing countries build out their farming systems?
GMO-labeling initiatives have lost four times now, but proponents are tenacious. Until we actually try out the idea, we'll be stuck on infinite replay.
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