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Title: Ten Reasons Why Genetically Engineered Food Won't Feed the World
Author(s): Population and Development Program
Keywords: Population policy
Genetic engineering
Biotechnology
Date: 1999
Series/Report no.: DifferenTakes
Issue Paper 1
Abstract: It is often claimed that genetically engineered crops are the only way to feed a growing world population. “Worrying about starving future generations won’t feed them,” claims Monsanto. “Food biotechnology will. Yet close analysis suggests that there are at least 10 good reasons why the widespread adoption of genetic engineering in agriculture will lead to MORE hungry people—not fewer.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10009/857
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