Pristine Tasmania faces GM threat
Opium industry lobbies to lift moratorium on GM farming
Submission to parliamentary committee on agriculture regarding GM crops
Memorandum to the Committee on Agriculture with views on “Cultivation of Genetically Modified Food Crops – Prospects and Effects&…
Down To Earth Editor Sunita Narain's submission to parliamentary committee on agriculture regarding GM crops
Parliament panel report on GM food highlights rift within government
Calls for wider discussions before allowing transgenic crops
The Monsanto way
How the US multinational won state governments and influenced policy
The escape route
Punjab, which accounts for only 1.5 per cent of the total geographical area of the country, cannot continue producing for the whole country. It …
Incidence of cancer and other diseases have increased. But callous officials prefer to call it a 'coincidence'
Punjab: end of the revolution ?
Cost of production has spiralled, but the rate of increase in production has not shown a similar trend. Ecological and social costs, meanwhile, …
What do science-based targets to limit climate change really look like?
Commitment to climate justice demands that rich countries make deeper cuts to their emissions than merely equalising per-capita emissions by 2030
Kerala gets cautious
Plans to ban extremely and moderately hazardous pesticides in cardamom district, Idukki
Biotechnology Bill: deadline for public feedback extended
Parliamentary committee has extended date till August 25; activists demand public consultations across the country in regional languages
India cannot afford organic farming
S K SINHA national professor at the Water Technology Centre, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, spoke to Manish Tiwari on food …
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New lands of the free
New lands of the fat?
Land of the Free
Test tube brinjal
No one is debating where goats will graze
Mark Lynas and the demeaning of science
He’s fuzzy on facts and low on science, but the campaigner gets big media support
A pre-emptive strike against Monsanto
American organic farmers are trying to ensure the biotech giant cannot sue them
Is the joyride over ?
There was fear in the 1960s. Would India continue to wait for food imports to feed itself? The scientific community came up with an answer that …