Good crop, bad crop: Why Europe is divided over new genomic techniques

In its latest move to address food and biodiversity issues, the European Commission unveiled in July a proposal to approve cutting-edge gene-editing technologies for crops. But critics argue it prioritises the agrifood sector at the expense of consumers and the environment.

by Daniela de Lorenzo

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