In my opinion, judges and juries are the problem when it comes to science, as they are generally not schooled in science and make decisions using emotion.
Articles by Jack DeWitt
Most food doesn’t require insect pollination, but without it, some fruits & veggies could get scarce and expensive, and our diet could get a little boring.
Wind energy keeps growing, but the way it’s being used isn’t optimal for the subsidies wind farms pull in.
Agriculture’s role as a wealth generator in our modern economy may be diminished compared to generations past, but it is still essential.
With a recent ruling in the Philippines that Golden rice is safe for consumption, the nation may be the first Asian country to approve it for planting.
Many food-safety issues could be prevented by radiation technology that was thoroughly researched in the 1950s but never widely applied.
While farmers do still have improvements to make, our productive future thanks to current regenerative agriculture practices has never been more secure.
China aspires to be the world leader in seed breeding, as it also aspires to be the leader in most industries in the 21st century. They may well succeed.
Despite the fact that agriculture and forestry are a net carbon sink, we should use practices that reduce emissions and sink carbon back into the Earth.