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Smart Green Calls Out EU’s Anti-GMO Hypocrisy
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  • http://geocurrents.info Martin W. Lewis

    Not coincidentally, Mark Lynas is one of the signers of the Ecomodernist Manifesto, which is associated with the Breakthrough Institute. See: http://www.ecomodernism.org. The Breakthrough website (http://www.thebreakthrough.org) includes many examples of praiseworthy “smart green thinking.” Come on over ….

  • Jim__L

    Green policy is not about science. It is about economics — being against Big Business like BP and Monsanto.

    This explains the facts far better than assuming the Greens are about science one way or another.

  • Rick Johnson

    I understand how you feel about criticizing the foolhardiness of eco-hypocrisy or the short-sighted image-first policymaking everytime I read your verbal sludge on global warming. There has been no warming for nearly twenty years and no credible evidence to support the claims that humans are causing the planet to warm. When will TAI decide it can no longer continue to take a anti-science position on global warming and an pro-science position on G.M.O.s.

  • Fat_Man

    Will they go pro-science on nuclear power, too?

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