How a university assists the agricultural lobby in approving pesticides
By Marco van Kerkhoven, | 11 November, 2023
The agrochemical industry is using Wageningen University in agriculture to set its own rules for the approval of pesticides and genetic technology. This is done through controversial strategies such as influencing decision-makers, sowing confusion through research, and easing risk assessments—all under the cloak of science.
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