Humanity has 30 years to find out

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Presenters include our Jessica Fanzo

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In September, the U.S. Department of Agriculture gave the green light to a version of the plant Camelina sativa, an important oilseed crop that had been genetically engineered using CRISPR to produce enhanced omega-3 oil. What was interesting about this approval was that the USDA did not ask that the inventors of the plant endure the usual regulatory hoops required to sell biotech crops

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Gene editing can change an animal’s sex

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It’s not just a lack of grocery stores that’s making us fat. It’s an overabundance of fast food

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Here Comes the Meat Tax

December 15, 2017

Paying more for environmentally harmful foods may be inevitable

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And that’s not good

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The biggest nutrition transparency effort in America is finally happening

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