Biopesticides Developers could Help Combat the Dangerous Politics of Food with Global Regulation
Article by Alison Withers
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Crop yield growth rates are slowing. Hunger and food scarcity have increased since 2007. Consumer journalist Ali Withers argues that global co-operation and ethics on issues like biopesticide regulation and the political will to tackle the problems of the environment, protectionism, lobbying power and armed conflict are urgently needed.http://www.agraquest.com
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