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Friday, 2019/09/06 | 08:30:25

With 630,000 hectares of farmland dedicated to genetically modified (GM) maize planted by 470,500 farmers, the Philippines ranked 5th among the top adopters of GM crops in Asia-Pacific and 13th worldwide, according to the Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops in 2018 released by ISAAA.

Thursday, 2019/09/05 | 08:12:19

‘Spread the gospel of biotech' -- these were the words of Engr. Alson Quimba, Provincial Agriculturist of the Province of Bukidnon, Philippines to more than 150 farmers, local government officers, and members of the academe and consumer groups during the Biotech 101 and Joint Department Circular Public (JDC) Public Briefing held in the province on August 16, 2019. A training on Storytelling Agri-Innovations thru Social Media was held the following day, attended by around 30 information officers from the province.

Wednesday, 2019/09/04 | 07:17:45

A team of biologists has shed new light on a crucial aspect of the plant immune response, revealing how plant resistance proteins trigger localized cell death. The results of their study could lead to new strategies for engineering disease resistance in next-generation crops.

Tuesday, 2019/09/03 | 07:40:24

The State Government of South Australia (SA) will lift the moratorium on growing genetically modified (GM) food crops in mainland SA. This comes after a high-level independent review of the moratorium made in 2018 by Australian economist Professor Kym Anderson of the University of Adelaide.

Monday, 2019/09/02 | 06:27:11

Adoption rates of the top five biotech crop-planting countries were close to 100% in 2018, according to the Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops in 2018. The report was released by the International Service of Acquisition on Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA) on August 22, 2019 during a seminar in Tokyo, Japan, attended by 90 stakeholders. The U.S.BrazilArgentinaCanada, and India, which have gained enormous benefits from planting GM crops over the years, continue to adopt GM crops to meet the challenges of increased population and climate change.

Sunday, 2019/09/01 | 06:41:27

For many of us, World Water Week is one of the highlights of the year. Not only is it an opportunity to meet new friends and catch up with old ones, but it is also a chance to move forward on solutions to one of the biggest challenges of our time. Search by topic, theme and session type to maximize your World Water Week! Create your own schedule or recommend sessions to your network by sharing them online. In the programme you can explore additional resources tied to each session, such as PowerPoints, reports and conclusions.

Saturday, 2019/08/31 | 08:25:05

On April 17, Los Angeles (LA) Mayor Eric Garcetti used his annual State of the City address (1) to announce a major update of LA’s four-year-old Sustainable City pLAn (2). Going forward, he said, LA would commit to recycling 100% of its wastewater by 2035; work toward 100% renewable electricity by 2045; mandate that every home, store, and office be carbon-emissions-free by 2050; and much more. At the same time, he pledged, the city would grow its economy; create 300,000 clean new jobs by 2035; and aggressively fight poverty, discrimination, pollution, and the other ills of society.

Friday, 2019/08/30 | 07:57:01

“We could never imagine before today a farming equipment and technology exhibition being held in our village”, said Jadav Basumatary, a progressive farmer from Barkachari Gaon, block Kathiatoli, district Nagaon in Assam; a scenic state, south of the eastern Himalayas along the Brahmaputra and Barak River valleys in India.

Thursday, 2019/08/29 | 08:46:36

According to the IPCC report, Earth is already under mounting pressure from humans, which will be exacerbated by climate change. Likewise, the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in all sectors, including the land and food sectors, is the only way to keep global warming far below 2°C. The report also shows that agriculture is responsible for 44% of global methane emissions and 81% of global nitrous oxide emissions.  These two gases are potent greenhouse gases and agricultural sources are growing.

Wednesday, 2019/08/28 | 08:00:30

In a courtesy call in Hanoi, Dr. Matthew Morell, Director-General of the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) met with Dr. Nguyen Xuan Cuong, Vietnam’s Minister of Agriculture, to discuss ways to increase the resilience of domestic agriculture to climate change, as well as to enhance the productivity and access to markets of rice farmers.

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