Do GM crops have socio-economic benefits?
In 2010, GM crops were cultivated in 8 EU Member States; Czech Republic, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain
GM crops are being grown on over 1 billion hectares worldwide thanks in part to their higher yields.
Farmers around the globe have witnessed the benefits of using products derived from agricultural biotechnology, such as improved food security and better incomes.
Contrary to the one-sided messages being produced by anti-GMO campaigners, evidence shows that consumers want more information about GMOs.
This afternoon EuropaBio provided industry’s initial reactions to Commissioner Dalli’s announcement of the Commission’s proposal to nationalise the authorisation of cultivation of GM crops.
Today and tomorrow a delegation of Spanish, Romanian and Portuguese farmers and farming associations meet in Brussels to demand fairer access to the agricultural biotech products and technologies available to their global competitors.
Cultivation of GM crops increases worldwide, but Europe is missing out ...
Today, EuropaBio welcomes the Commission’s important decision regarding the approval of a number of agricultural biotechnology files.
The uptake of new technology such as genetic modification is the most important tool in the box to meet the challenge of nourishing a growing global population.