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Saturday, 2019/06/22 | 12:57:06

For the last 40 y, economists have worked to put monetary values on environmental amenities to facilitate the cost–benefit analysis (CBA) of alternative policies (13). The motivation is simple: Policy choices inevitably require trade-offs. Resources devoted to climate change mitigation are resources not spent on curing diseases, improving education, alleviating poverty, or providing for national defense, not to mention enjoying private comforts and consumption.

Friday, 2019/06/21 | 07:48:28

According to the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) update released today by the Government of South Sudan in collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the World Food Programme (WFP), an estimated 6.96 million South Sudanese will face acute levels of food insecurity or worse (IPC Phases 3, 4 and 5) by the end of July.

Thursday, 2019/06/20 | 07:49:03

Livestock farming poses environmental harm such as land and water degradation, biodiversity loss, and climate change. Tufts University suggests a toolbox of potential solutions to address this problem. The popular options include shifting to plant-based diets, insect farming, lab-grown meat, and genetically modified animals. In an article in Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, Natalie Rubio of Tufts University explains why lab-grown insect meat-fed on GM products for maximum growth, nutrition, and flavor, could be the best green alternative for high volume, nutritious food production.

Wednesday, 2019/06/19 | 08:19:56

Professor Johnathan Napier, a leading pioneer in plant biotechnology who led the development of plants that produce heart-healthy omega-3 fish oils, says that "misinformation and over-regulation are stopping or slowing several GM foods with the potential to save lives from making it to consumers."

Tuesday, 2019/06/18 | 08:12:51

Around 300 new strains of saltwater-tolerant rice have been planted on 670 hectares of experimental alkali fields in China to identify viable varieties that can be grown on formerly barren lands, according to the Saline-Alkali Tolerant Rice Research and Development Center. Initial tests with different strains already revealed a significant difference in average yields.

Monday, 2019/06/17 | 08:11:10

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that they are proposing to modernize biotechnology regulations in such a way that the efficient agricultural production to address sustainability is incorporated while also considering the responsible and predictable regulatory oversight to protect the ecology and plant health.

Sunday, 2019/06/16 | 10:43:00

Scientists from the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) led by plant molecular geneticist Guihua Bai have identified a key gene that could be used as an important genetic resource by wheat breeders worldwide to address the constant challenge posed by Fusarium head blight (FHB). Also known as scab, FHB has caused an estimated US$2.7 billion in losses, in the state of Minnesota alone since the 1990s, and forced many wheat and barley farmers there into bankruptcy.

Saturday, 2019/06/15 | 02:37:34

The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), together with the Indian Embassy in the Philippines, celebrated Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth anniversary with a tree-planting ceremony. “For six decades, IRRI and India have been strong partners in improving the rice sector of the country,”  said by H. E. Jaideep Mazumdar, the Ambassador of India to the Philippines. 

Friday, 2019/06/14 | 07:44:04

Digital agriculture has the potential to deliver signicant economic, social and environmental benets and, if promoted in an inclusive manner, it can contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals, FAO DirectorGeneral José Graziano da Silva said today. "Information and communications technology has the potential to reshape not only the way we work in agriculture but also our food systems, the way we will eat in the future," he said.

Thursday, 2019/06/13 | 07:18:42

In a message published in the ISAAA Blog, Dr. Mahaletchumy Arujanan, ISAAA's new Global Coordinator invites agricultural biotechnology stakeholders to join her and ISAAA in a new direction that will to realize the full potential of the technology in achieving agricultural sustainability and development.

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