|Monsanto's 'Genetic Pollution' Threatens US Wheat Industry|
Common Dreams - 5/31/2013. By Andrea Germanos - The U.S. wheat industry is reaping the swift global repercussions of the genetic pollution caused by Monsanto's rogue glyphosate-resistant wheat on an Oregon farm. "This will have an impact worldwide, because our trading partners do not want genetically modified wheat," Michael Hansen, senior scientist at Consumers Union, told Bloomberg.
|The Serious Challenge of Our Time|
Resilience - 5/31/2013. By Wes Jackson - Now, another high law of morality confronts us, a moral law not practiced because of all of us who exercise our legal authority. That high law of morality in our time calls on us to protect our planet's ecosphere, that miraculous skin surrounding the earth within which we are embedded: our soils, our waters, our forests, our prairies, our oceans, our agricultural fields, and now our atmosphere.
|Monsanto shares fall as South Korean joins pause in wheat imports|
The Washington Post - 5/31/2013. By Steven Mufson - Investors drove down the price of Monsanto shares by 4 percent on Friday as South Korea joined Japan in suspending imports of U.S. wheat after an unapproved strain of genetically modified wheat was discovered in a field in eastern Oregon.