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House Agriculture Committee faces challenges in passing new farm bill

House Agriculture Committee faces challenges in passing new farm bill

A new farm bill faces partisan hurdles as the House Agriculture Committee begins markup this week.

Marc Heller reports for E&E News.

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Exploring the potential of genetically engineered crops in agriculture and the environment

Exploring the potential of genetically engineered crops in agriculture and the environment

Researchers argue that genetically engineered crops could significantly reduce carbon emissions, despite widespread skepticism and regulatory challenges.

Shannon Osaka reports for The Washington Post.

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A ‘revolutionary’ way to feed the world that’s very old

The U.S. global food security envoy is pushing to bring back traditional African crops that American policies helped to sideline.
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The world’s broken food system costs $12.7 trillion a year

The hidden costs of the global food system are equivalent to 10 percent of global GDP, according to new analysis from the United Nations.
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First Nations fight to bring traditional foods back to the table

Skeena River sockeye have declined 75% since 1913. Woodland caribou have declined by more than half in the past century. But with the right resources, First Nations are bringing ancestral foods back from the brink.

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Why huge masses of sargassum are floating to Florida and the Gulf

The great Atlantic Sargassum belt is a collection of sargassum patches that collectively weighs about 13 million tons and is large enough to be seen from space.
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