Survey: Do You Support Genetically Modified Food?
In Japan, they say no to Genetically modified foods. In India last week, Prince Charles once again " plunged straight into the most controversial and emotive of all the debates over GM crops and foods by highlighting the suicides of small farmers." This weekend the Guardian did a series on it and concluded that "genetic modification offers some promise for our overcrowded, overheated planet and for the nine billion people who will be living on it in 2050. ....Drought-resistant wheat as well as rice modified to generate high yields of vitamins will aid the fight against famine, while crops modified to make vaccines against infections such as hepatitis B will help doctors combat disease."