Why GMOs matter — especially for the developing world

More on the series on GMO s at Grist-org, reading the whole series is well worth the time.

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Editor’s note: After we ran What I learned from six months of GMO research: None of it matters, Nathanael Johnson’s essay concluding his “Panic-Free GMOs” series, we heard from a lot of people who think that GMOs really do matter. We’re publishing three two responses: one from Tom Philpott, whose work long graced these pages and who is now at Mother Jones; and, today, one from Ramez Naam, author of The Infinite Resource: The Power of Ideas on a Finite Planet(We’d planned to run another response from Denise Carusoauthor of Intervention: Confronting the Real Risks of Genetic Engineering and Life on a Biotech Planet but that piece did not materialize.)


The folks at Grist have kindly allowed me to pen a guest post here with a few thoughts on Nathanael Johnson’s excellent series on genetically modified foods and in particular his most recent…

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One response to “Why GMOs matter — especially for the developing world

  1. I loved Johnson’s series. Really well researched, thought out and articulated.

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