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Are GMO-free Cheerios the first domino?

Forbes | 
Activists are trumpeting General Mills’ decision to remove GMOs from Cheerios as a watershed moment. It is; but not for the reason ...

‘I was wrong’: How one activist’s apology changes the GMO debate

Forbes | 
'I Was Wrong:' How One Activist's Apology Changes the GMO DebateForbes... reaction to the speech by Mark Lynas serves as ...
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How one activist’s apology changes the GMO debate

Forbes | 
In the wake of Mark Lynas' public apology, the challenge now posed to environmentalists is to rely on science everywhere ...

GMOs and junk science: Pro-GM supporter questions latest study condemning GMOs

Forbes | 
In some ways it’s remarkable that Rachel Carson is still controversial, as we’ve been reminded by this month’s 50th anniversary ...
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