Timothy A. Wise
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Timothy A. Wise is a Senior Advisor on the Future of Food at the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy and a Senior Research Fellow at Tufts University’s Global Development and Environment Institute. He is the author Eating Tomorrow: Agribusiness, Family Farmers, and the Battle for the Future of Food (New Press, 2019). You can follow Tim on Twitter/Instagram @TimothyAWise.

Looking for Food in All the Wrong Places

Farmers in Mozambique are finding creative ways to work together and overcome drought.

Defending the Right to Food at the World Trade Organization

Trade ministers from around the world are concluding a contentious week of negotiations in Nairobi, Kenya under the WTO’s Doha Development Round.

The GM Labeling Law to End All Labeling Laws

Timothy Wise of Tufts University gives an update on the GMO debate.

History Repeats as Farce: Giving Away Land Without Consultation in Mozambique

The Mozambique Council of Ministers is considering a massive project along the Lurio River in northern Mozambique without consulting the local people.

World Health Organization: GM-Crop Herbicide a Probable Carcinogen

The World Health Organization (WHO) concluded that glyphosate, the herbicide in Monsanto’s Roundup weed-killer, is probably carcinogenic to humans.

The War on Genetically-Modified-Food Critics: Et tu, National Geographic?

The consensus on the safety of GM food is perfectly clear: there is no consensus.

What Happened to the Biggest Land Grab in Africa? Searching for ProSavana in Mozambique

Timothy A. Wise writes about his trip to Mozambique and the failures of the ProSavana project in the Nacala Corridor of Mozambique.

Mexico and Monsanto: Taking Precaution in the Face of Genetic Contamination

Studies have found the presence of transgenes in native maize in nearly half of Mexico’s states.