Washington, D.C.—Today, leaders from Mexico, the United States and Canada are gathered at the North American Leaders’ Summit, where, among other issues, they will debate the timeline and scope of Mexico’s ban on the cultivation and import of genetically-modified (GM) corn.
Minneapolis—From January 9-10, Mexico and the United States will meet at a presidential summit to negotiate the timeline and scope of Mexico’s ban on the cultivation of GM corn and mandated phaseout of GM corn imports and importation and use of the herbicide glyphosate. Feeding U.S.
Brussels—The European Commission today delivered a proposal for a new legislative framework to certify carbon removal offsets.
Fifteen of the world’s biggest meat and dairy companies emit more methane than countries such as Russia, Canada, Australia or Germany, reveals new research released today.
Farmers and governments in the G20 spent $21.8 billion more on key fertilisers imports in 2021 and 2022, while the world’s biggest fertiliser companies are expected to make almost US$84 billion profit over the same period, according to new analysis released by GRAIN and the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP) today.

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