tisdag 4 maj 2010

The third generation of biotechnology



I write the column Coalition of the Tilling in TCS Daily on 14 May 2003.
A new hope through genetics, sound politics and free markets for the world's poor
European debates on the issue of genetically modified organisms (GMO) and their use in agriculture tend to become rather predictable, considering that most of the pro and con arguments are fairly well known and the opposing sides are firmly entrenched. So it is good sometimes to get out of those trenches, and re-connect with the real issues at stake. Now that the US and several other nations have decided to lodge a formal complaint with the World Trade Organization against the EU moratorium on GM crop approvals, the issue is sure to become even more emotional and politically charged.
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