The European Commission proposed on Wednesday that governments approve only the third ever genetically modified crop for cultivation in Europe, but took steps to avert an expected backlash from Fra

A consortium of Indian environmental activists has expressed fears that genetically modified brinjal, not yet approved for cultivation in India, may slip into the country from Bangladesh where it i

The European Union is on course to approve cultivation of a new type of genetically modified maize for the first time in more than a decade, according to a draft proposal from the bloc's executive

A new FAO publication calls for greater national and international efforts to bring agricultural biotechnologies to smallholder producers in developing countries.

Argentine farmworker Fabian Tomasi was never trained to handle pesticides.

This 2013 edition of the Right to food and nutrition watch released on 8 Oct 2013, explores global issues surrounding the right to food and nutrition and includes a includes a detailed analysis of the recent debates on India's national food security bill.

Makes Codex Alimentarius Commission-based research a prerequisite

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Despite the ongoing controversy over their use, genetically modified (GM) crops have progressively grown in popularity and are now planted in approximately 160 million hectares in 29 countries.

A delegation from the Coalition for a GM free India and Greenpeace India, delivered petitions from over 4 lakh Indians demanding the withdrawal of Biotechnology Regulatory Authority of India (BRAI)