News December 2013

 


29 December 2013 - The 2014 International Year of Family Farming is a unique opportunity to make headway on ending world hunger and developing a sustainable food and agricultural system


The 2014 International Year of Family Farming is an opportunity for pushing forward some of the basic principles that need to be followed for ending hunger and to recognise that lack of definite action to end hunger is a crime against humanity [read]



20 December 2013 - Promoting climate smart agriculture: why be so shy about policies?


Climate-smart agriculture has become an important subject on the development agenda. But little is said in concrete terms on policies to shift current agriculture towards a more climate-smart one. Why is that so? [read]



8 December 2013- Bali: first agreement on agriculture since the creation of WTO - India will be able to implement its new food security law


Despite little hope to see an agrement at the time of the opening of the ministerial meeting in Bali, an agreement could be found at the last minute. [read]



5 December 2013 - Nelson Mandela: a hero, an example

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1 December 2013 - New developments regarding Prof. Séralini’s article on Monsanto’s GMO maize NK 603


Food and Chemical Toxicology request the retraction of the article. CRIIGEN’s reaction. [read]


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