No. This is an issue of democracy, not science.
Young people need to learn how to participate in the public process (and forget about protesting - it doesn’t work). Vote; join a local board; participate in town hall meetings, where lobbyists always show up but the public doesn’t; draft a bill and submit it to your legislator (yes, you can draft a bill); comment on environmental impact statements (EIS); learn how to influence bills in your own state; discover the powerful Federal Register, etc.
Monsanto, Cargill, BSF, etc., participate in the democratic process. Argue with this all you want, but they show up to public meetings. They plan strategies. They draft bills. They comment on EISs. They write legislators, draft bills, leverage the Federal Register - you should too.
Update: Americans vote less than other countries, mostly because young people don’t know how to participate.