Free seed libraries, swaps, and exchanges increase access to local food and can play a large role in both expanding and preserving biodiversity. Yet for almost 80 years, these non-commercial operations have been running afoul of the law.
Trees created with new methods of genetic engineering to be released for the first time in Sweden
By: WIlliam Axford
The Florida Keys Mosquito Control Board has declined to give British firm Oxitec a contract to produce genetically modified mosquitoes for the Keys unless federal approval is given for their release.
By: Rachel Smolker
On March 5th, a descended on a facility in Brazil where the biotechnology company, FuturaGene, was growing genetically engineered eucalyptus trees.
By: Fabiola Ortiz
By: Richard Schiffman
A handful of farmers and crop scientists are struggling to save the fast diminishing stock of agricultural diversity for the rest of us.
By Maggie Sergio,