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November 3, 2018

We Need a Complete Change in Agriculture to Feed the Planet

Study results show that the global agriculture system currently overproduces grains, fats, and sugars, while production of fruits and vegetables and protein is not sufficient to meet the nutritional needs of the future global population. Climate change has made it… Continue Reading →

Bayer CEO Says Would Consider Glyphosate Settlement Depending on Costs

Bayer AG’s chief executive said this week the company might consider settling lawsuits over Monsanto’s glyphosate-containing weed-killers depending on how high court costs rise, but stressed it remained focused on defending the combined company against claims they cause cancer. Bayer… Continue Reading →

Insect Populations Are Declining Around the World. How Worried Should We Be?

Widely reported studies this year and last led to headlines globally of an “insect Armageddon.” The real story is more nuanced — but probably just as unsettling. When Susan Weller traveled to Ecuador to study tiger moths in the 1980s,… Continue Reading →

Supreme Court Lets Youths' Case Demanding Climate Action Proceed

The Supreme Court on Friday refused to halt the trial in a lawsuit brought by 21 young people seeking to force the federal government to take action to address climate change. The court’s unsigned order said the Trump administration had… Continue Reading →

Court Rules Nestlé Can Be Sued in America for Use of Slave Labor Overseas

To learn more about this topic, visit AL.Law Via America’s Lawyer: Mike Papantonio and Farron Cousins, Executive Editor at Trial Magazine discuss how the U.S. federal appeals court reinstated a lawsuit by a group of former child slaves accusing the… Continue Reading →

492nd International Conference on Food and Agricultural Engineering

International Conference on Forestry Food and Sustainable Agriculture (Singapore)

465th International Conference on Agricultural and Biological Science

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