Boserup thesis

While additional studies are needed to gain a fuller understanding of the impact of GMOs on biodiversity, the currently available information begs the question of whether GMOs bring more harm than good, especially  when small-scale farmers, using ecological methods, can address the pressing agricultural concerns. Click to view all footnotes Click to hide all footnotes

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  2. Garcia, Maria Alice and Miguel Altieri, (2005), Transgenic Crops: Implications for Biodiversity and Sustainable Agriculture.   Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society , p. 339
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Boserup thesis

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