by GRAIN | 8 Oct 2007
by GRAIN | 5 Oct 2007
Behind the scenes, and together with others, GRAIN has been involved in two projects this year which are now drawing to a close - an external evaluation and a study on whether and how it could be possible to set up a special funding mechanism.
by GRAIN | 27 Sep 2007
by GRAIN | 14 Sep 2007
by GRAIN | 13 Sep 2007
by Bhaskar Goswami and Indo-Asian News Agency | 7 Sep 2007
Two articles on how the mealy bug is devastating Bt cotton in India.
by GRAIN | 6 Sep 2007
by GRAIN | 5 Sep 2007
by GRAIN | 29 Aug 2007
by GRAIN | 28 Aug 2007
by GRAIN | 27 Aug 2007
Japan is increasingly using free trade agreements (FTAs) to tighten corporate control over seeds and other forms of biodiversity that are crucial to food, agriculture and medicine. Two such deals, sealed this month with the Chilean and Indonesian governments, put Japan in the big league of nations using bilateral trade deals to make seed-saving on the farm a thing of the past.
by GRAIN | 21 Aug 2007
by GRAIN | 30 Jul 2007
In this special issue of Seedling we focus on agrofuels. Visit the resource page on agrofuels where more information is available: http://www.grain.org/agrofuels
by AP Coalition in Defence of Diversity | 30 Jul 2007
AP Coalition in Defence of Diversity responds to claims made by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India about the benefits of Bt cotton.