Ghana: GE promoters winning as major opponent switches to pro-GE camp

It could be described as a battle to control food security. It could even be seen as a game in which the best and skilful players are maneuvering to take over the entire food production and supply chain with multinationals with all the money, power and influence to do so in the lead.

It could also be seen as major scientific breakthroughs in food production to ensure global food security, but the debate over the safety and sustainability of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) has seen some drama in recent months.

Read the full, original story here: GMO promoters winning as major opponent switches camp and Ghana digs heels

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