In a world where almost a billion people went hungry last year—119 million more than in 2007—and with food demand set to double by midcentury, the taboo against GM foods is crumbling. Read more. … [Read more...] about Biotechnology and Food Production in Africa
I SUBSCRIBE to a magazine called Quadrant. It comes out every couple of months and often includes interesting articles by well-known Australian conservatives, libertarians and mavericks on a range of topics from dinning in New York to global … [Read more...] about Magazine Duped by anti-GM Activist – A Case of More of the Same
FYI all, Thought you might be interested to see this release from a recent survey of Asian consumers on their perception of biotechnology derived foods. The results are quite positive and provide evidence that Asian consumers in five countries … [Read more...] about Asians will Eat GM
The growing of genetically modified (GM) food crops is currently illegal in several Australian states including Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia. Western Australian Premier Alan Carpenter has promised to continue the ban while the … [Read more...] about GM Becomes Election Issue in Western Australia
Dear Jennifer, I have been spending a pleasant Saturday morning doing gardening at the GMO Pundit safety paper list. It's now a bit neater at the start. I've added a few more papers to bring it over 200. Most importantly, I've added a button at … [Read more...] about Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Food Safety
The British government is preparing to open the way for genetically modified crops on the grounds they could help combat the global food crisis. At least that's according to Andrew Grice, Policitical Editor with The Independent, reporting on a … [Read more...] about Real Food Shortage Will Require Real Science and Technology?