Green Revolution

Rather than increasing food production through land reform and agroecology, the Green Revolution promotes technological intensification using new seed varieties, mechanization and agrochemicals. For an introduction to this issue, download our Food First Issue Primer on the Green Revolution

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The Monsanto Tribunal: A Report-Back

Blog | Coline Charrasse | Nov 22, 2016

The Tribunal of Monsanto was held from October 14th to October 16th in The Hague, Netherlands at the headquarters of the…

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Elections 2016: A Message from Food First

Blog | Food First | Nov 10, 2016

Photo by Stephen Melkisethian / CC BY Friends of Food First, Like you, we’re feeling this election’s devastating setbacks; but now more…

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Arroces dorados y consensos científicos

Blog | Carmelo Ruiz | Jul 15, 2016

El artículo original se puede encontrar aquí. “¡Se acabó el debate sobre los transgénicos! Los activistas alarmistas perdieron y la…

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Golden Rice and Scientific Consensus

Blog | Carmelo Ruiz | Jul 15, 2016

“The GMO debate is over! The alarmist activists have lost and science has won!” Well – that’s the impression one…