Andrew Kimbrell and Lisa Rayburn tackle John Kerry’s promotion of artificial intelligence to address agriculture and climate.
Last month’s ruling by the country’s Supreme Court fuels sustainable farming worldwide, writes Ernesto Hernández-López.
Bill Introduced in US Congress to Help Agent Orange Vietnamese Victims
U.S. veterans have received some compensation, writes Marjorie Cohn, but very little assistance has been given to the intended victims of the defoliant.
US Facing Mexico’s Ban on GM-Corn Imports
Timothy A. Wise covers the trade-tension potential of the López Obrador government’s policy and its implications for a country where corn is such a major dietary staple.
Corporate Interests Behind Ukraine Putsch
Behind the U.S.-backed coup that ousted the democratically elected president of Ukraine are the economic interests of giant corporations from Cargill to Chevron which see the country as a potential “gold mine” of profits from agricultural and energy exploitation, reports JP Sottile.