From science to co-existence, the GM debate rolls on

The final results from a globally unique study which squashed the biotechnology industry’s hopes of establishing genetically modified crops in Britain were published in late March, delivering a last blow to the first generation of herbicide-tolerant GM crops. While parts of the industry are still fighting old battles, the policy debate is moving on - with one strand pointing towards the possibility of broader environmental assessments of all significant crop innovations, while a new Government will need to navigate difficult waters in devising arrangements for GM crops to co-exist with other types of farming.

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