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January 13th, 2016 / Farm Futures, US

thumb.aspxMark Lynas used to through mud, clandestinely seeking to destroy European GMO crops. “As a scientist, you must have data to back up what you’re saying,” Lynas said. “And I realized I wasn’t holding myself to the same scientific standards on GMOs as I applied to my research on climate change. You can’t pick and choose where you use science to back up your argument: You have to be consistent. That’s why I support mandatory labelling. Any single company that voluntarily labels GMOs can be targeted by activists. But if everyone labels everything? They have nothing else to fight. If consumers have a choice, activists can’t fight it.” Read more