After 25 years of genetically modified foods being grown and eaten throughout the world in billions of meals, not a single verified case of harm has resulted.
Golden Rice presents blindness, but Greenpeace has fought it for 20 years.
It essentially asserts that indigenous, traditional farmers must be shielded from market forces and modern technologies, so that they can continue using ancient, primitive, “culturally appropriate” methods.
The environmental group Break Free from Fossil Fuels is planning to “shut down the world’s most dangerous fossil fuel projects” in a protest this May through mass mobilization and “civil disobedience.”
Patrick Moore has launched a new campaign demanding the enviro-giant drop its "immoral" opposition to life and sight-saving golden rice.
Greenpeace is using its $300 million-plus income to stifle one of the most important advances in human nutrition and disease prevention.
Activists attacked and destroyed a field of “golden rice” in Pili, Camarines Sur in the Philippines. If Greenpeace and those who follow their lead continue their misanthropic attempts to thwart the scientific development and evaluation of golden rice, they position themselves squarely against the progress of science. The blindness and death of millions will be on their heads.