GM advisors accused of complacency over cross-pollination risks
Environmentalists have criticised the Government's Advisory Committee on Releases to the Environment for glossing over important uncertainties highlighted by a major official study of the impacts of growing GM oilseed rape on a large scale. The report makes clear that widespread genetic contamination is inevitable if GM oilseed rape is commercialised.1
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