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The Case for GMO's

Collide-a-ScapeBy Keith KloorJuly 28, 2011 8:18 PM


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When you can grow more food using the same inputs of land, water and fertilizer, everyone -- farmers, consumers, hungry people and anyone who cares about CO2 concentrations in the earth's atmosphere -- is better off.

From a profile of an environmentally-minded owner of a California-based R & D biotech company, who says he wants to

use the the tools of plant biotechnology, and point them at saving the environment.

I guess that makes him an enemy of Greenpeace and all the other anti-GMO fanatics who call themselves environmentalists.

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