Encouraging informed debate around the use of potentially misleading terms such as 'natural' in relation to food and agriculture. Farming itself is not, and never has been 'natural', in fact farmers spend much of their time trying to sustain production in the face of 'natural' intrusion, e.g. in the form of weeds, diseases and other pests. Scientific innovation increasingly offers better ways to protect harvests while minimising impacts on unfarmed habitats and environments.

'Naturalness' in food and farming

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BREAKING AWAY FROM EU RULES ON GENE

EDITING SHOULD BE A NO BRAINER FOR

GOVERNMENT

JULIAN STURDY MP

 


TIME FOR A GROWN-UP CONVERSATION

ABOUT CROP PROTECTION

MATT RIDLEY


GENE EDITING – WE MUST LEARN

LESSONS FROM THE GM DEBATE

PAUL TEMPLE

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BREAKING AWAY FROM EU RULES ON GENE

EDITING SHOULD BE A NO BRAINER FOR

GOVERNMENT

JULIAN STURDY MP

TIME FOR A GROWN-UP CONVERSATION

ABOUT CROP PROTECTION

MATT RIDLEY

GENE EDITING – WE MUST LEARN

LESSONS FROM THE GM DEBATE

PAUL TEMPLE