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Downloadable Resources

GMO Myths & Truths 2nd Edition

Myths & Truths 2.0

An evidence-based examination of the claims made for the safety and efficacy of GMO crops and foods from Earth Open Source (downloadable PDF).

Spinning Food, How Food Industry Front Groups and Covert Communications are Shapping the Story of Food, Friends of the Earth

Spinning Food

Friends of the Earth investigates how Big Food and agrochemical corporations are deliberately misleading the public — and reporters — on facts about industrial agriculture and organic and sustainable food production.

CBAN asks: Are GM crops better for the environment?

Are GM Crops Better for the Environment?

The Canadian Biotech Action Network reports on the risks and potential environmental effects of GMOs.

Feeding the World without GMOs, Environmental Working Group

Feeding the World without GMOs

Suggestions for more sustainable opportunities to improve food security from the Environmental Working Group.

Where in the World are GM Crops and Foods? The reality of GM crops in the ground and on our plates, Canadian Biotechnology Action Network

Where in the World are GM Crops & Foods?

The reality of GM crops in the ground and on our plates from the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network.

The GMO Emperor Has No Clothes

The GMO Emperor Has No Clothes

A global citizens report on the state of GMOs coordinated by Navdanya International.

Consumer Reports FAQs About GMOs

FAQs About GMOs

It can be tough to figure out why there’s so much fuss over genetically modified ingredients in food. Consumer Reports will help you sift through the facts.