The GM war is back

The war over GM is back.
Is the truth any clearer?

FROM The Observer, 5th Oct 2008 Observer > Environment > GM Crops 

Genetically modified foods were sidelined in Britain 10 years ago amid a furious assault on ‘Frankenstein foods’. Now climate change and world hunger have placed them back on the agenda. The ferocious debate is again splitting the scientific, political and environmental communities. But, asks Observer food expert Jay Rayner, what’s the real truth about GM?

Read the article!

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3 Responses to “The GM war is back”

  1. UN says organic could feed world’s poorest « Sheepdrove’s Weblog Says:

    […] Environment Programme (UNEP) publish at a time when the organic sector faces attack from the pro-GM lobby and leading figures in government. The former chief scientist, Sir David King, recently linked […]

  2. UN says organic could feed world’s poorest « Sheepdrove’s Weblog Says:

    […] in Africa, reports The Independent. UN’s Environment Programme (UNEP) publish at a time when the organic sector faces attack from the pro-GM lobby and leading figures in government. The former chief scientist, Sir David King, recently linked […]

  3. UN - Farming for nature is best « the natureheads blog Says:

    […] publish as the organic sector faces fresh attacks from the pro-GM lobby and leading figures in UK government. The former chief scientist, Sir David King, recently linked […]

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