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we leaving a world where the industry doesn't want any regulation. they just want to put their products on the market the we need a regulation, so we don't do creative things because maybe sometime to create things i don't know . but, except that we have regulation, we want regulation of industry. ah, if we don't behave then yes, penalty that's fine. ah, i always say the, the industry makes money. of course it does. if the industry did not make money, how many people will be out of work? i, the worst sort of the last concern,
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the public interest in the public safety is definitely not taking president corporate interest. corporate profit have been getting priority with the regulator, so that needs to change. and one of the big ways to do that is just to require trans fancy. ah, we, we love transparency. we would like to publish everything we use. it's just not allowed and we cannot say we don't care. there's intellectual property rights, but we are if we publish everything it will be breaking belong. ah, they prefer intellectual property to the house of children. ah, if you make money out of selling pesticide, how much incentive does these companies do these companies have to get a pesticide?
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will they make sure that we get use less pesticides or will they make sure that we use always more pesticides? or today, industry pieces spend millions of euros in lobbying to delay regulations instead of researching substitutes and how to make these things differently. hi, frankly, i've been in the industry for a long time. i have never seen a brown envelope for your leading to absolutely never. at the end, it's in the industry's interest to bring food to the table that is safe, that it's high quality that is reasonably priced so that you and i and all of those people working in food industry can also sit and eat good nutrition food every day. me progressing goes risk,
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you are referring to to accidents, industrial incident. so i see there are people who are injured to people who die every time this happens for industry in general to defeat however, those incidents also allow us to improve, to do it better next time and to progress. and there is no progress without an analysis of risk versus benefits. ah, what is progress in progress, moving forward, whatever. and using any technology we are capable of inventing. but because we know how to do something that is useful and it's good for the people, we should put some intelligence on what the technology and what progresses. i don't think that progress is ruining the future generation by using tons of chemical that
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that can, that can create deeds and he's cancer to someone who can use old data with oh, i love
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oh, if we were today with a professional principle problem, you have airplanes and these would not exist because an airplane, sometimes they fall down. so there is a risk. we will not have automobiles because every year in europe, how many 506-0000 people die with automobile accident. so the precautionary principle, i think, is a disaster. and yet, what we are now more and more advocating and you apply these to other culture. we are farming in europe with less substances and north americans or south america with less tools heat because we don't use g m o 's. we don't use technology. i mean, it doesn't make sense. we want to participate and be competitive on a global scene or not.
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and in europe, we have this romantic idea follows that business people will never cultivate something that is dangerous and they would never cultivate something. they don't need their just business people and we should get them to the business. and we can't expect them to act in any other way except the only way that would change is if there is a root and branch revolution in the way that we do business. and that would need to involve all corporations all over the world because as long as we treat like a global commodity, we have a very big the. and
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part of that problem is the food will go to the highest bidder and the highest bid or may not be someone that wants to feed you the highest bidder. maybe someone wants to feed your car. this is entirely the wrong way to look at food. food should be food is all about making money. profit. it's a big corporation. it's about 24000000.
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make uniform lens with one group, maximum. it's about corporate control. and it's mostly also, economically it's about international markets. import export control about companies consoling in far away places. lance to export commodities. not about production is not about feeding people. industrial agriculture is a form of mining me and it produces raw materials and then you subject raw materials to various uses and most of the use go into animal food and textiles. 5, a few, whatever you have the, the rest of it can be so more expensive to some other use. it will go into
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processed in food processing. so food necessity, always food and business transactions. food is both. yes. so we all need to eat that for sure. but in europe, we have a very comfortable full stomach conversation. we haven't had a family year of hundreds of years, so we have no idea what it means to have the choice between one tomorrow and no. tomorrow we have 10. doesn't really matter to us. if we have a gym or tomato and i think we are unaware of the impact or decisions here have on countries where there is no food. noah days, this is a big confusion between what is the general interest and the interest of industry. because the priority is jobs and growth and growth drove are more important than
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people like the food industry is successful, it will create more jobs, it will create more value added, it will create more growth. so i don't see why. we shouldn't also fight for the interests of the industry, but this should be a communal fight. modern agriculture read eyes on satellites relies on precision farming, which is a connection between satellites digital machinery and then all of the tools which are available for farmers. unfortunately, i think europe is losing its edge as far as food production in agriculture because of an overly conservative restrictive regulation and the
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tradeoff between progress and the risk is not what understood in europe. ah me since i think europe has a best potential to be leading agriculture all region in the world, we should be the ones who is the best jobs and the most invest in hybridization genetics, betty sites gimme calls machinery. we should be because we have everything we need to succeed. and my fear is that we are not using these potential to its maximum enable all farmers and the competitive, the better the trades relations with all the country, the better it is. i mean, otherwise we stay like
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a fortress and we don't let anything in that doesn't let something out. and you know, this is not the world is not like that. everything is connected. now everything is global. so what we want to see is something very different is a model built on diversity on biological diversity that is, you know, different crops planted together crop rotations ah, as part of this international mega science research project, neither is being built into it. the goal is to allow the site to study matter. they believe it existed just to the big bang, good form. ah, you were more flu shane, and that was it for the children. korea? 113 deal is great. he chose a country,
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samantha boom with some go out and we'll just go play that nigger evolution zillow here. some go that i don't watch the movies. we just place. could you spell that? ah, the british and american governments have often been accused of destroying lives in their own interest. while you see in this, these techniques is the state devising message to end essentially destroy personality of an individual. lifetime means this is how one doctors, theories were allegedly used in psychological warfare against prisoners deemed the danger to the state. that was the foundation for the method of psychological interrogation, psychological torture,
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disseminated within the us intelligence community, and worldwide among allies for the next 30 years. to have the victim say they still with the consequences today the do we get as humanity, our act together to change and reconfigure rate together how we operate on this planet. we will make ourselves obsolete that's defining when we have to put the technologies in place where they belong. they have to be then assistant to our goals. well, many people,
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if i say that would say yes, yes, of course makes sense. but i have not understood that this is not where we are now . we are now defining future visions through technology lenses. but i want to turn it around. i want that we have a collective vision where we want to be and how we want to design our environment are now foot systems that operates within the planetary boundaries as science. and so it's been defined where it respects the rules of the planet and not vice versa that we manipulate our planet to the point where it meets our needs in economic terms. for me, progress is continuous improvement of existing things. because i have the impression
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that let's call it the old continent. the europe is slowing down a little bit in making progress. if decisions aren't taking on the motion one day left the other day, right. this is not the basis of the sustainable farming what progress do we want? are we willing to trade of some of the benefits for some of the risk because we're facing a world which is more and more globalized. so we are up against other parts of the world which do not always play with the same rules. mm. we're living in a very strange place today because we have on the one hand, challenges of obesity and overweight and on the other hand,
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re challenges of under nutrition, malnutrition, starvation. there are geopolitical issues and part of the world where there is less food. and we need to find ways to get food to those parts of the world, either through aid or through producing themselves and to produce more food on the same amount of land. because we can't use more land. we can't use more resources for at the, for ah, the momentum without much trouble, really?
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yes, accumulate going on. we come into the militia. they don't allow us to plug into the scholar and we will be and you made eco do you imagine the number of the diseases that are in every me today it's, you know, due to new viruses or new microbes that have been found in all breast cancer phones that's not true. so it is due to environment and to chronic poisons that are in the environment. what the crummy poisons designed to be toxic initially and spread all over the place to
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do you have for them a game based figure? so were less government in the book and i never usually get it out of the natal. ah, i did get the other stuff just kept pulling the there's a co pay didn't mean you're located call may be the baby. don't this check wish the total of be a little more? yes, my son lost control is this is sean toxic us, but a lot of brutal fionn by that's just a modem or not. can city finance? i stuck in on peace. have such pictures. he is the saturday. well then by subject us from the know the say no, i cannot. she's not to put on your limit. there must be murder she'll. she'll deal if you will give him a note. we should be under. no, i can on your behalf. we are not that much of the lot as you know,
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and i will tell you when you hit me and be tentative later lunch hour p document tomorrow. no. i bought a conflict of cindy on for colonial repository arcadia ross in the me. she's in the b one for our competitors individually. he'd love to see. why do you prefer noise blood to the media? know what he'll do, the portable eshola, she lost my laura, she's a black eagle. my lot to see that the law in what i see only not how to in the conflict oper, florals canoe not law say that the while he will model see if you know, don't remember either. yeah.
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so all his chemical compounds out made out of petroleum, petroleum is of fossil fuel, very sticky. and it is by a cumulative because it's the fertile compound which last long this is why it gives oxy city leavers and in kidneys and cancer because it gives the disease that of the disruption of communication in it comes out of the 1st reason you have concern is because your cell cannot communicate each other anymore with the rest of the body and homo diseases, it's the same problem, never diseases, guy fucking funnel or, or even depression. it's the same problem. also immune disease or other
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malformations in the babies. it's also the same problems are cell cannot communicate, but this happens on the long term. so that means several years, several dozens of years. so you cannot see because you drink a glass of wine with pesticides or a piece of bread with 50. so you can see this effect immediately. many of your opponents to modern agriculture have understood that it's easy to, to scare people. it's easy to, to use fear as a strong emotional driver for a changing policy and for influencing policy. but sometimes it's in the interests of the anti industry groups to do that, of course, because it keeps them at work brings in money for them as well. so i think we should look at this from both sides. we sometimes i visit from them recently they
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invaded this building and they have done so before and through menu or, and threatening letters and stuff access. but okay, that's part of the game. i suppose. we do not. we, you know, when we fight against, when we fight against when we try and dialogue with people that we don't have the same weapons. i sometimes have the feeling that we have both an arrows and they have atom bombs. as soon as there's an n geo, or group of people who are against something, maybe maybe they vanish, maybe they stop using it, maybe of importing. so in terms of development and trust, i think we risk losing a lot of trust as a region when i say industry has the truth. we know what's in our products, for example like that. if i, if i make a product, i mean, you can go home this evening and make a buy area in your kitchen. and you know what's in there and you write it down. that is the truth. sorry, but you know, we are an industry. we know we pushing our products, we can tell you, this is the truth. this is what we put in our product. when i say we have to truth,
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i'm talking about not talking by philosophically the truth. i'm talking about what we do. we know what we do and we can talk about it. no, don't cover you don't domain delivery assume because if it's are less than the 50 seed, this is. yeah. they put it in the hot who'd the book her please underscore, yelled and it was one of those she battled on. mon baker elisa house for a demo. the us show me and leave a little shit, isn't her new buying sample of had your principal 50 seed, dumont on the way down on a glass. well,
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