Eurobarometers surveys suggest the majority of EU citizens do not feel strongly about GM

EuropaBio uses survey evidence to demonstrate the majority of EU citizens do not feel strongly about GM:

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Bill Gates advocates the use of GMOs

Speaking in Brussels last week, Bill and Melinda Gates voiced their support for the use of GMOs in Africa

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Liz Truss states her continued support for GM crops

The DEFRA Secretary has voiced her support for GM crops at the Oxford Farming Conference.

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GM crops have been delayed illegally in the EU for a total of 44 years

As of June 1st 2014, 21 safety tested GM crops have been delayed illegally in the EU for a total of 44 years. Read EuropaBio's paper.

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abc welcomes Council for Science and Technology’s GM Science Update - 14/03/14

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EuropaBio launches ‘Growing Voices’ website

EuropaBio, the European Association for Bioindustries, has launched 'Growing Voices' - a new website which responds to a grwoing demand for factual information around agricultural biotechnology.

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EuropaBio Pocket Guide on GM Crops and Policies

Learn more about GM crops in Europe

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EASAC report highlights ‘impediments’ to advancement of sustainable intensification in EU

EASAC report highlights 'impediments' to advancement of sustainable intensification in EU

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Report highlights political interference in evidence-based EU approvals process

Government report notes abc's concerns over the serious threat to competitiveness posed by malfunctioing EU approvals system for GM

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Interview with Nathalie Moll

An interview with Nathalie Moll, Europabio, has been published by CTA

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BBC Report on Uganda’s GM ‘Golden Bananas’

As part of the BBC's What If? series of programmes Catherine Byaruhanga reports on the Ugandan Government's emphasis on genetically modified crops as a means of addressing the food security issues in the country.

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Developing countries lead the way in planting of GM crops

According to new figures released today global adoption of genetically-modified (GM) crops reached 170.3 million hectares in 2012.

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Abc response - ‘Great GM Lies’ in the Daily Mail

Agricultural technologies, including GM, are not a silver bullet to lower food prices or feed the world's growing population. However, they are one tool which farmers can use to grow more, using chemicals and fuel more sustainabily.

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