GM crops are good for you
Genetically modified (GM) crops using “terminator” technology are good for the environment because they address concerns over pollen transmission, argues a letter writer in The Times.
GM food is good because 300 million Americans have been eating it for years without mishap, argues Derek Burke.
The former head of the governments advisory committee for novel foods, writing in The Independent.
- Bristol boffin lists GM benefits, FWi, 29 September 1999
- Scientists take on greens over GMs, FWi, 11 May 1999
- The Times 14/10/99 page 25 (Letters)
- The Independent 14/10/99 page 4 (Thursday Review)